Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra’s beautiful and bad Victoria in Baywatch is all set to redefine evil. Even Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock confirms that “evil never looked so good” before his co-star stepped into the role.
Taking to Instagram, the Hollywood star posted a video of the climax of Baywatch and said when he met Priyanka at the beginning of the shoot, he told her, “Woman either we gonna get along, or we gonna get it on.” He goes on to say that she chose to get it on and that’s why the team loves her so much.
Priyanka also reposted the video and wrote, “I told u to watch out @therock haha! That’s how we roll at #baywatch.. This was too fun!”
He also said she is the only woman in the world who can handle this amount of pressure and action. You know why? Because evil never looked so good.
The film wrapped up shooting recently. Priyanka also posted an emotional message about it.
And it's a picture wrap on #Baywatch .. Such a beautiful epic team on an epic film. @therock @zacefron @sethnodrog @bubbakrush @kellyrohrbach @ilfenator @thejonbass @alexannadaddario and the entire crew that worked endlessly to make this happen.. Lots of amazing hugs and love came my way.. Much love and gratitude right back.. C you soon!
The Baywatch movie is based on the hugely popular 1990s TV series of the same name. The star, who will be playing Victoria Leeds in the film, had earlier shared a photograph of herself along with director Seth Gordon. “Haha love creating Victoria with you Seth Gordon. I seem to be liking being bad too much... Repost Seth Gordon with repost application,” Priyanka captioned the image.
It is after earning popularity with her debut international TV show Quantico that Priyanka landed an opportunity to feature in Baywatch.
Time 100 honouree joins Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario and others on the beach in this film. While Efron, The Rock, Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach, Ilfenesh Hadera and Jon Bass will play lifeguards in the film, not much has been revealed about Priyanka’s role.
Baywatch is directed by Gordon and is expected to hit theatres in July 2017. The cast recently welcomed David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson into the mix.