Published On: Mon, Feb 6th, 2017

Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra talks ‘Quantico’ with Blaire Underwood, wows in ‘Baywatch’ teaser

Priyanka Chopra has been making the transition from Bollywood superstar to Hollywood star and now the actress talks about her evolving role in Quantico and her character’s romance with Blaire Underwood’s Owen.

“Owen’s and Alex’s character do go through changes. As of now, not yet (romance). We are developing towards them having a relationship as equals because now we are teacher and student. And then probably there could be something..”

Talking with Good Morning America, Chopra, 34, will go from playing Alex Parrish alongside Underwood to starring with Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron film adaptation of the popular TV show Baywatch.

Bursting from a sexy green dress, Chopra caused some jaws to drop as a teaser for the film aired during the Super Bowl.

In the film, Mitch Buchannon (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson), a veteran lifeguard, goes head-to-head with a new, headstrong recruit named Matt Brody (Zac Efron).

When the two discover that a criminal plot is in the works that is threatening their beach, they are forced to put aside their differences.

In the Super Bowl spot, they get into gear…no surprise that it is very revealing gear.

When Efron tears off his pants to unleash an American flag-themed bathing suit, Johnson asks him, “What are you wearing?” Efron quickly answers, “Freedom.”

Chopra is the antagonist of the film, along with Kelly Rohrbach playing C.J. Parker, the role Pamela Anderson played in the original television series.

Baywatch will hit theaters on May 26.

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