Days before her film To Rome With Love releases in India, Penelope Cruz has declared her love for our country. She also expressed her desire to work with King Khan.
"I am a great fan of Indian cinema and I would love to work with Shah Rukh Khan. I have the rights to a book and we are going to shoot the movie in India," Cruz told DNA when asked if she knew about Bollywood.
The Vicky Cristina Barcelona actress also revealed that India is a 'very special country' and that she loved the Indian cuisine, especially the rice, bread and yogurt, the daily revealed.
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