Actor Dwayne Johnson is teaching his two-year-old daughter the value of girl power, after s Dwayne Johnson he faced a health scare. The actor, 45, shared a video on Instagram in which his daughter Jasmine Lia appeared healthy and happy days after she was taken to the emergency room, reports people.com.
Johnson taught his daughter the value of strength on International Women's Day, saying: "All right, my queen, can we say ‘girl power?'"
Lia stared at the camera and said, "Girl power!"
"There you go! Okay how about this, ‘International Women's Day'," Johnson prompted.
To that, she replied, "Women's Day!"
"Perfect," the "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" star said.
"All right, can you say, ‘Daddy is the most handsome, brilliant, sexiest -- might not be appropriate -- man alive? Say all that," he added.
Girl power. To every woman out there ‘round the world - all ages and races - I proudly stand by your side to always honor, protect and respect. Especially, the loves of my life at home. Now if I can just get Jazzy to say the daddy is the most handsome, brilliant, sexiest man alive part, then we all gonna be cool. #MyAnchors #InternationalWomensDay
On the work front, the Rock will be seen next in Skyscraper. The film is written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber (Central Intelligence, We’re the Millers) and produced by Beau Flynn (San Andreas, Baywatch). Neve Campbell, Pablo Schreiber, and Kevin Ranking star alongside Johnson in the film, which will hit screens in the summer.
Skyscraper, scheduled to release in July 2018, will be Johnson's second big-budget adventure movie of the year after his upcoming Rampage. Skyscraper also stars Neve Campbell, Chin Han and Noah Taylor.
(With IANS Inputs)