Priyanka hails Dwayne Johnson for his commitment to his job

| Saturday, March 5, 2016 - 15:16
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Priyanka Chopra

She lauds Dwayne Johnson for his commitment towards his job | Photo: IANS

Los Angeles: Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, who will be seen essaying a villain in the upcoming "Baywatch" movie based on the hugely popular 1990s TV series, has lauded her co-star Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson for his commitment towards his job.

One of the most watched TV shows globally, "Baywatch" was about Los Angeles county lifeguards who patrol the beaches of Los Angeles, California. It starred David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson among others.

The "Bajirao Mastani" actress lauded the actor in a question and answer session titled #AskPc on Twitter on Saturday, when a fan asked her "one best thing about the rock".

"His sense of commitment to his job," Priyanka replied to her fan's query.

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Filming is currently underway in Boca Raton, Florida. Besides Johnson and Priyanka, the film also stars Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach and Ilfenesh Hadera.

Responding to another fan's query, Priyanka, who was among the presenters at the 88th Academy Awards here, said that Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio's winning speech at the award gala was the "most admiring moment".

Would she lose out on some big Bollywood films due to her work in Hollwood, asked another fan.

"I'm blessed to have choices for some amazing Hindi films. Announce soon," the "Mary Kom" star, who gained global recognition through her stint in American TV show "Quantico", replied.

Priyanka stars in filmmaker-actor Prakash Jha's latest film "Jai Gangaajal", where she can be seen essaying the role of a police officer named Abha Mathur.

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