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2012-11-23 17:32
Kristen Stewart
Los Angeles - Kristen Stewart would "love" to appear in a Bollywood film.

The Twilight Saga actress was once linked to a role in movie Paani opposite Hrithik Roshan, and although it never came to fruition, she would love the opportunity to star in an Indian-based picture in the future.

According to Digital Spy, she told PTI: "If someone offers me a good script, I would love to work in a Bollywood film. I would love to work with Hrithik Roshan. He is such a wonderful actor."

'Red contacts are awful'

As for when Kristen would have time to film such a movie it is not yet known, as following completion on the Twilight franchise, she is now lined up to star in the follow-up to Snow White and the Huntsman and has a rumoured part in Focus.

The 22-year-old actress recently revealed she is delighted to end the Twilight series as it means she no longer had to wear red contact lenses.

She said: "Those red contacts are awful - like, tunnel vision, wallpaper eyes. I think I've been sitting around for years watching everyone else do it. I've played [Bella] every step of the way as a human, so that final one made so much sense to me, I was raring to go."

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