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Kristen Stewart to Make Bollywood Debut With 'Paani'

April 27, 2010 (8:37 am) GMT
In the film which story will resemble 'Romeo and Juliet', the American actress will play the lover of Indian actor Hrithik Roshan.

After claiming fame in Hollywood, is set to invade movie industry in another country. The "" beauty is set to star in Bollywood movie titled "", The Times of India has reported.

Stewart is reported to have been offered a role as wealthy girl by director Shekhar Kapur and she surprisingly "gave the green signal, provided the terms and conditions are met." In the film, which will be made in English, she will be seen romancing Indian actor .

Roshan's character reportedly will fall in love with Stewart's and they end up becoming star-crossed lovers. A source additionally dishes on the idea of the film, saying it is "a sort of a Romeo and Juliet story."

Shekhar himself refused to talk much about the film until everything is finalized, claiming "I can't speak of the cast on record until everything is in place. Too many times I've been accused of talking about projects that never happen." But he assures that "Paani" will start this year.

Kristen Stewart is currently waiting for the release of "" in which she once again stars opposite . She is expected to reprise her role as Bella Swan in the latest installment, "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn".

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