Underused Indian goddess: Critics hate Baywatch but not Priyanka Chopra

The film also stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Zac Efron in important roles.

"We have an unbelievable story already", Flynn said on the red carpet ahead of the screening on Monday. "Chopra has fun as the baddie, but she stays in the background until the end of the movie and really only gets one big scene at the end of the picture".

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He added to Australian television show "The Project", which he appeared on with "Baywatch" co-star Alexandra Daddario: "I've come out for most of my premieres, every chance I had the opportunity to".

Both Daddario and Rohrbach-who both have some hilarious and memorable moments of their own in the film-sounded enthusiastic about continuing the cinematic franchise reboot. She made her first appearance on Good Morning America, wearing a lavender calf-length leather skirt which she teamed up with a ruffled white top. "These guys are awesome". From the reviews of the film by the Western media, it is evident that even they have loved Priyanka's performance. "It would be so cool to see women take on iconic characters in entertainment; I would love that to happen". "And the prosthetic person was so real looking, I think we got to set and were like 'Well, we have to do something with this. It's fun. You get to travel the world and work with these incredible people, and you get to make people laugh, so I'm completely down for it".

Johnson, who executive produced, and director Seth Gordon ("Horrible Bosses") insisted on aiming for an R-rating rather than the more family-friendly PG13, because they didn't want to rein in the edgy humor, strong language and nudity.

  • Salvatore Jensen