The Bollywood actress, Priyanka Chopra, will have a special screening of Hollywood debut “baywatch” for her Indian fans and friends. She is excited to see her friends’ overwhelming response to the upcoming movie. To keep their attention intact, Chopra will bring the film to India ahead of its release. These days, Priyanka is busy with the international promotions of her movie, alongside Dwayne Johnson, Alexandra Daddario, Zac Efron, Jon Bass, and Kelly Rohrbach.

The whole team spent over ten days in Miami for movie promotions. A world premiere of “Baywatch” was held recently and Chopra slew the red carpet.

Her downtime in Miami included wearing stylish swimming costumes, basking in the sun and spending quality time with friends. Chopra returned to New York City this Saturday where she will continue with the promotions of "Baywatch."

Special screening of her movie

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Chopra wants her Indian friends to watch the movie ahead of its Asian premiere. For this purpose, she will bring some copies to India in a few days. However, Chopra has warned her friends about the offensive content and jokes in the film.

Meanwhile, she is playing the lead character in “Quantico” season 3, which begins production this August. Chopra will return to India in a couple of days to wrap up the brand commitments before she starts shooting for the new “Quantico” season and her second Hollywood film.

‘Baywatch’ is an R-rated movie

“Baywatch” trailers are loaded with gross-out gags and innuendos, keeping with the tone of the famous television series of the same name and two Hollywood movies titled “The Hangover” and “Jump Street.” On top of that, the film is known for its skimpy swimsuits and gratuitous slow-mo runs, making it one of the major R-rated films to date.

But the most important question is whether the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) will give a green signal to “Baywatch” for the Indian premiere or not. To this, Priyanka Chopra has refused to comment, saying that it’s too early to give the word.

The film might have trouble

Chopra’s film might hit troubled waters, thanks to India's Censor Board.

In recent years, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), headed by Pahlaj Nihalani, has made the headlines for its strict rules and regulations. Though Priyanka wants her Indian friends and fans to watch the Hollywood film, we cannot say whether it will officially debut in India or not. Viacom 18 Motion Pictures is releasing “Baywatch” both in Nepal and India. A representative says that the film will have its Indian premiere on June 2, 2017. In the US, Canada, and England, “Baywatch” is projected to gross over $51 million in the five-day opening weekend.