Chris Hemsworth may be moving on to pastures new and he’s setting his sights on Bollywood.
The Thor actor spent time in India last week to promote his current movie, Men In Black: International, alongside Tessa Thompson.
It seems Chris, 35, has really fallen in love with the country as he didn’t reject the possibility of swapping Hollywood for the colourful sets of Bollywood.
When asked about working on Indian movies, Chris told IANS: ‘I was talking to a few about that… So maybe.’
And Chris may already have his leading lady as last month, he said he would be thrilled to work with Priyanka Chopra.
According to India Today, the Avengers: Endgame star said: ‘Maybe. Yeah, why not? I’m not a very good singer though… Yes, send me a script and we’ll find something out.’
India particularly holds a special place in Chris’ heart as he and wife Elsa Pataky named their eldest daughter after the country.
Explaining the inspiration behind India’s name, the actor explained: ‘My wife spent a lot of time in India and that was where the name originally came from.’
He added of the country: ‘I love the place and the people. Shooting there… There were thousands of people on the streets every day and I have never experienced that on set. It was sort of intimidating as it was exciting because there were so many people.
‘After every take (when the director) called ‘cut’, there was loud cheer. We felt like rock stars in a stadium. But the warmth and support we got while shooting there, no matter how disruptive we were to their daily lives, it was so good. People were so positive. I have huge appreciation to that.’
Earlier this month, Chris announced he would be taking a break from Hollywood to spend quality time with Elsa and their kids, including Sasha and Tristan, in his native Australia.
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