By Hindustan Times
NEW DELHI, Nov. 17 -- As India turns a hotspot for Hollywood stars, actor George Clooney, 50, can't get over his visit to Delhi a few years ago. "The people were warm and hospitable," he reminisces. "I interacted with the officials at the Defence Ministry, under a UN peacekeeping assignment. I really enjoyed my stay in your capital city and would love to visit again ... but I'm not sure if I'm coming back soon," he says.
Clooney returns as producer, director and writer to live the life of Democratic Governor Mike Morris, who is gearing up for the Ohio primary elections, in Ides of March. A win here would book him a place in the White House.
Clooney, as a Democrat, had campaigned for Barack Obama in the 2008 elections and admits that he's seen deals being fixed all the time. "Ninety five per cent of those who