Baywatch Star Priyanka Chopra Has Her Eyes Set On Batgirl

Baywatch Star Priyanka Chopra Has Her Eyes Set On Batgirl

The Quantico star took to photo-blogging site Instagram and posted the pictures of herself along with Nicole Kidman, Kendall Jenner, Keri Russell and Kate Mara.

She raised the mercury levels at a polo match with Hollywood beauties Nicole Kidman, Kendall Jenner, Keri Russell and Kate Mara on Saturday.

Priyanka was dressed in a ideal summer outfit to match the NY afternoon.

"A flawless NY afternoon with these lovely ladies", Chopra captioned an image. The Oscar-winning star opted for a long sleeved, ankle-length white dress with black polka dots. Joking about how similar her dress was to Nicole Kidman's dress, she wrote, "We got the memo. lol Nicole Kidman twinning". It failed to impress the critics and create an impact on the box-office too. However, Chopra, who played the role of antagonist Victoria Leeds, was praised for her performance.

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The film, also starring Dwayne Johnson, Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach and Jon Bass, has released internationally, to negative response.

"My dream part is, now that I'm working in America, I definitely want to do a superhero part".

Priyanka says her desire to play a superhero is to make the best use of an "interesting super power". When I think of American movies, they've had superheros for aeons right?

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