Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik RoshanVarinder Chawla

If rumours are believed to be true, then Bollywood heartthrob Hrithik Roshan may make his Hollywood debut soon.

The actor was spotted with "The Fast & The Furious" director Rob Cohen recently, which fuelled rumours of the "Krrish 3" star making his Hollywood debut.

Cohen was in Mumbai recently and he was spotted having dinner with Rakesh Roshan, Pinky Roshan and Hrithik.

According to Times of India, Hrithik has been in touch with the Hollywood director from past one year. There is buzz that Cohen is very keen to cast Hrithik in his action film.

Hrithik is currently busy working on "Bang Bang" with Katrina Kaif. He has also been finalised for Ashutosh Gowariker's period drama film "Mohenjo Daro."

There were also reports that the actor will work with his father Rakesh in his next directorial film. So, with all the Bollywood projects being lined up, it remains to be seen whether Hrithik will accept the Hollywood offer and join the list with celebrities like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Amitabh Bachchan, Irrfan Khan and others.

Reports of several Bollywood celebs including Sridevi, Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor among others making their Hollywood debut have also surfaced before.

In September 2013, there were reports that Sridevi will make Hollywood debut alongside Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep. Even her husband and producer Boney Kapoor confirmed the news saying that his wife has received the script for the film which is titled "Cowboys And Indians". But nothing has been confirmed yet.

In that same year, rumours about Sonam Kapoor auditioning for a role in the fifth installment of the fantasy adventure series "Pirates of the Caribbean" had surfaced. But again there was no confirmation whether she got the offer for the film.

In December, Padukone cleared the screen test for "Fast and Furious 7," but the actress rejected the offer due to prior commitments.

The actress in an interview with Press Trust of India said that she doesn't regret rejecting the offer.

"I don't regret it. I had to work out things for 'Ram-Leela' here, I couldn't have left the process mid way, I had given my commitment here first. Looking at the way the film ('Ram-Leela') has got response, I feel good as my hard work has paid off," she told PTI.