"Far and Away" star Nicole Kidman might venture into new territories as she could probably join the cast list of Bollywood actor cum director Ajay Devgn's upcoming movie "Shivay".
The "Action Jackson" star's new directorial venture is expected to be an international project with foreign cast members and he is reportedly in talks with Australian actress to play a pivotal role in the film, according to India Today.
Previously, actor Uday Chopra, who was the co-producer of Kidman's American-French biography film, "Grace of Monaco", had talked about the academic award winning actress' fascination towards India and Bollywood films.
"She loves India, she's actually been to Rajasthan and Goa and she wants to come back and I have even met her agent who said she even wants to do some movies based in India," Chopra told DNA.
However, the makers of "Shivay" are tight-lipped on the casting details of the movie and the Indian fans of Kidman will have to wait a little longer to know more about her role in the film.
If the 47-year-old celeb becomes part of the movie, she will join the list Hollywood actors to star in Bollywood movies, such as Paul Blackthorne (Lagaan), Kenneth Cranham (The Rising: Ballad of Mangal Pandey), Steven Mackintosh (Rang De Basanti), Lester Speight (International Khiladi), Whoopi Goldberg (Kambakkht Ishq) and Rebecca Breeds (Bhaag Milkha Bhaag).
Meanwhile, several rumours are doing the rounds that the production of "Shivay" will kick off in February and Bollywood legend Saira Banu's grandniece, Sayesha, will play the female lead.