Dwayne Johnson loves the world of Bollywood and says working in an Indian action movie would be fun. In fact, he already has a few friends in Bollywood. Dwayne has worked with Indian star Priyanka Chopra Jonas in Baywatch and bonded with Varun Dhawan through social media. So, can we expect you to head to Bollywood soon? “I wouldn’t rule that out. I have a lot of respect for Bollywood and the history of Bollywood,” Dwayne said.
Referring to Varun, Hollywood’s biggest action star said: “He is such a big fan. I’ve interacted with him before on social media. And I know he is a big star in India… yeah, so maybe one day, you never know, you could see me in a Bollywood action movie. That’d be a lot of fun because I know that we have a lot of wonderful fans in India and we have talked about that.”
The wrestler-turned-actor, who is still popular for his wrestling persona of The Rock, is a box-office superstar, an author and an entrepreneur. As an actor, he is attached to projects such as The Mummy Returns, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Hercules, Snitch, Moana and Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw.
At the moment, he is looking forward to the release of the second part of revamped Jumanji franchise, which is titled Jumanji: The Next Level, to which he is attached as a producer as well. — IANS
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