Desi girl Priyanka Chopra’s tryst with Hollywood has been a rather fruitful journey. The two seasons of ‘Quantico’ have been exhilarating television, and our very own Piggy Chops has given her best for the action drama series. She has also been working with some big names in Hollywood.

Not being the one to settle down, Priyanka is now set to star in the film version of the popular 90’s show Baywatch. And we can’t wait to see what it would be like.

Priyanka’s public appearances have been nothing less than spectacular. She has been invited as a guest to several talk shows – her latest appearance being on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. On the Stephen Colbert show, she looked spellbinding in a low cut knee length black dress. And boy, did she look hot! She gets everything right in there – with a messed up hairdo and dark kohled eyes paired with dangle earrings and matching black footwear. She chose to keep it simple and the result was spectacular.

No filter necessary when the subject is the stunning @priyankachopra – catch her tonight on #LSSC. #PriyankaChopra #Quantico

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This is Chopra’s first appearance on Stephen Colbert’s show which is always a riot to watch. She has already been on some of the most popular chat shows including Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Ellen De Generes and many others. Priyanka has aced being a style icon for all these shows. Also her red carpet looks both in the Oscars last year and Golden Globes this year were stunning to say the least.

YES! The amazing @PriyankaChopra from #Quantico joins us tonight for some big laughs with @StephenColbert on #LSSC.

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By the way, ‘Baywatch’ will see her play the baddie Victoria Leeds, pitted against Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Zac Efron. As we all know Hollywood baddies are sassy and sexy and we can’t wait to see what she looks like in the film. We just had a tiny glimpse of her look in the movie. Have a look: