Dwayne Johnson explains just why he loves 'Baywatch' co-star Priyanka Chopra
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson had high words of praise for Priyanka Chopra, after working with her in Baywatch
Los Angeles: Hollywood actor Dwayne Johnson has appreciated how actress Priyanka Chopra, the villain of his next movie Baywatch, handled the "pressure" and the "kind of action" that the movie has.
Johnson, popularly known as The Rock, shared a video on Instagram and captioned it: "I told Priyanka Chopra at the start of production, 'Woman, either we are going to get along, or we are going to get it on', she chose to get it on. And that's why we love her."
In the video, which seems to have been shot by the Furious 7 actor on the sets of Baywatch, Johnson said: "There is a big scene where a villain is pointing a gun at me. But it is not just any villain, it's not just any person, there is only one woman in the world who can handle this kind of pressure, this kind of action."
The actress then walked up to Johnson in the video flaunting a black shimmer dress and a red pout, and said: "Cause evil never looked so good".
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