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Dwayne Johson wishes to work in Bollywood

Dwayne Johnson expressed his desire to work in Bollywood, gearing up for his film, Red Notice, which stars Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds


Dwayne Johnson is looking forward to the release of Red Notice. The action film stars Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds. In a conversation with the media, Dwayne talked about the film, his experience of producing it and his desire of working in a Bollywood film.

Netflix unveiled a trailer of Red Notice on 21 October. Talking about what he loved about the film, Dwayne Johnson said, “I like the originality of the story. There’s a surprise in the that really caught my attention. My criteria for selecting films these days are asking two questions – am I going to love making the movie and are the people going to love the movie? Red Notice checked those boxes.”

About producing Red Notice, which is Netflix’s biggest film to date, Dwayne said, “As a producer, you shoulder up with the studio and other producers. We didn’t set out to make the biggest in Netflix history, but here we are. What we can do is deliver a great movie. When we talk about pressure, I will take that on because I have confidence in the people.”

Dwayne Johnson said he would love to do a Bollywood film. He said, “I would love that. I’ve always said that. I would love to figure out whatever the pathway is. I’ve felt there should be some more connective tissue between Hollywood and Bollywood. Especially when so many of our releases are not just theatrical, but they are on streaming platforms as well, where there’s so much more opportunity. There has to be a way to converge.”

‘The Rock’ talked about his connection with India too. “There were a couple of tours in which we were planning to go to India during my professional wrestling days, but it fell through for whatever reason. I was looking forward to that because my friends – The Undertaker and Stone Cold Steve Austin — would come back from India and say you must go there because we had the greatest and the crowd was crazy,” he said.

Written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, Red Notice will premiere on Netflix on 12 November.

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