Baywatch poster: Priyanka Chopra has her eyes set on Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron
Priyanka Chopra's golden brown eyes add to the theme of Baywatch - golden sand and oodles of oomph.
Priyanka Chopra may have disappointed the fans of her upcoming film, Seth Gordon's action comedy Baywatch, by expressing her doubts about the entire star cast flying down to India in order to promote the film.
However, she has begun to make up for that with the new poster of the film in which she is the centre of attraction.
The poster shows Chopra, or Victoria Leeds - the antagonistic character she plays in the film, staring into the eyes of her fans. Her golden brown eyes peep out of her sunglasses that rest on her nose. Her face is accentuated not only by her eyes but also her rosy lips.
Gold dominates the poster, going well with the theme of the film. Chopra's earrings, little golden stars suspended besides her brown hair, add to the glitter in the poster.
Another highlight is the reflection in her sunglasses. While one contains the too-tough-for-you Dwayne Johnson, the other contains another hunk with boyish charm, Zac Efron. The visual is accompanied by the words - 'Go Ahead and Stare', once again in gold.
Chopra's character was originally written for as a male antagonist before the makers zeroed in on Chopra for the role. There is no word of confirmation on the other details of her character yet.
Baywatch is a spin-off of the television series that aired from 1999 to 2001. The film is co-produced by Paramount Pictures among a host of other global production houses. It also stars Alexandra Daddarioa and Kelly Rohrabach. It is slated to release on 25 May and will mark Chopra's Hollywood debut though she has already starred in an American TV series Quantico.
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