By Hindustan Times
NEW DELHI, Nov. 28 -- She last visited India a decade ago. And as star of blockbuster Hollywood films like The Hangover, Heather Graham, makes her second trip to the country, she reveals serious plans to work in a Bollywood project.
"India is very special. And I would love to work in such a country. I've already talked to someone and I hope it works out," says Graham, at a party hosted by NFDC Film Bazaar and Incredible India at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa.
In India to promote her 3D live-action movie, The Flying Machine, the 41-year-old actor who once featured in the 50 most beautiful people in the world list, refuses to divulge details about which producer she is in touch with. "I can't name him right now, though the project is interesting. I'll wait to see how things go. When you hear about it, you'll know what I was talking about."
On a 10-day visit to the Country, Graham says she and boyfriend Jason want to "look around and enjoy India." "The last time I came to India was for a magazine photo shoot, and I visited Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, Jaisalmer and Kerala. This time, I'm not visiting Mumbai," she says.
Graham recalls meeting actor Shah Rukh Khan at IFFI's opening ceremony, though she has trouble recalling the names of his films. "I met the big star who came on the opening night (SRK)," she says. "It was brief, but he is sweet and charming. I have surely watched some of his movies because I recognised him immediately. But I can't recall the names. He gave a superb speech too," she gushes.