Eternals Star Salma Hayek Confesses How She Is “Nervous” To Visit India

Salma Hayek has made her Marvel debut by playing Ajak in the movie ‘Eternals.’ The film is directed by Oscar award-winning director Chloe Zhao and has a stellar cast that includes Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Gemma Chan, Kit Harington, Don Lee, Kumail Nanjiani, Barry Keoghan, Lia McHugh, Lauren Ridloff, Brian Tyree Henry and Harish Patel. During a recent interview, the actor expressed her desire and concern over visiting India.

Marvel has always have had a very diverse box office collection and India has been an ardent contributor. It is unnatural to come across people in the country who are not acquainted with at least one film in the franchise. That being said, a Marvel cast member expressing their want to visit the land of India is, indeed, a pleasant surprise and a moment for fanboy/fangirl.

In an interview with India Today, Salma Hayek said: “I think I am going to come to visit [India] pretty soon. I have a dream of taking my mother and daughter and going on a journey through India. Except, I am very nervous because there are so many places and every time I ask someone if there are generations of girls, where should they start their visit, I get confused. But next time I have a break, maybe I will do this.”

While the news of Salma Hayek’s visit to India is exciting, more exciting is the nod Marvel gave to Bollywood in its film. Actor Kumail Nanjiani who plays one of the Eternals in the film is shown with the profession of a Bollywood star. The film has featured a Bollywood dance sequence on the Hindi song titled Nach Mera Hero.

‘Eternals’ is the 26th Marvel film in the instalment and releases in India on November 5. You can read a spoiler-free review of the movie, here.

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