'Baywatch will have huge release in India': PeeCee

Priyanka further spoke about pay disparity between male and female stars in the industry.

Published: 01st July 2016 05:06 PM  |   Last Updated: 01st July 2016 05:06 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Priyanka Chopra, who has now become a global icon courtesy her international projects, recently said that her Hollywood film ‘Baywatch’ would have a huge release in India.

“There are many actors, who have taken sabbatical. I don't think we need to force ourselves on Indian audience. I am not an insecure person in life. I will do a film if I like it and have time,” PeeCee said at the cover launch of Maxim in Mumbai yesterday.

She added, “I have a show coming every weekend. Baywatch will have a huge release in India. I intend to bring the cast here. We will have a world press junket.”

Priyanka further spoke about pay disparity between male and female stars in the industry.

“As much as there is huge pay disparity between male and female, it is in the society in general. The day a woman's film grosses like a male star, we will get paid more. Audience should watch the movie for its content not for male or female,” she said.

 As of now, the ‘Bajirao Mastani’ actress has wrapped up ‘Baywatch’ and is prepping up for the second season of American TV show ‘Quantico’, which will go floors on July 11.

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