Priyanka kills it in new 'Baywatch' poster

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Paramount Pictures has released two new Baywatch posters featuring hot bods on sunny beaches. You can get your tickets for Baywatch here. Baywatch hits theaters on May 26, 2017. A close-up Priyanka Chopra covers most of the space in the poster.

She has also been given top billing with Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron, backing up The Rock's promise to Hindustan Times (and Indian fans) that her character would be revealed in a grand manner. Now, people are waiting to see her devilish avatar in the film.

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Sharing the poster on the official Twitter handle of the film, the makers wrote, "Looks that could kill". She was? We must have blinked and missed it. I don't think we will be doing much.

Priyanka Chopra, who recently wrapped the shooting of her television show Quantico season 2, is all set to return to India. So speaking of the same, she said she has no clue. "But while I am in town, I will definitely do as much as I can". Her golden brown eyes peep out of her sunglasses that rest on her nose.

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Laced with a healthy dose of comedy, action and adventure, Baywatch looks to have gone down the 21 Jump Street route of reboots, hopefully ushering in a new film franchise based on the biggest TV series of the 90s. Dwayne Johnson will take up the role of Mitch Buchannon, originally played by David Hasselhoff. Actress Kelly Rohrbach will step into Pamela Anderson's shoes as CJ Parker.

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