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Eternals Actor Salma Hayek Wants to Visit India but gets “Confused”

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Mexican-American actress-producer Salma Hayek has expressed her want to visit India together with her mom and daughter. However, there’s one thing that’s holding her back. In the latest interview, the Hollywood actress, who features in Eternals, opened up about her dream of taking her mom and daughter on a journey via India.

Salma said that though she wishes to go to the country, she is very nervous because there are so many places, and each time she asks somebody if there are generations of girls, where should they begin their visit. The 55-year-old actress confessed that she will get “confused” every time she tries to plan her visit to India. But, Salma told the media outlet, “But next time I have a break, maybe I will do this.”

Salma Hayek and her Daughter

With Eternals, the actress shall be playing the role of a superhero for the first time in her stellar Hollywood profession. The upcoming Marvel Studio movie is directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Chloe Zhao and boasts of an impressive ensemble including Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie, Gemma Chan, Kumail Nanjiani, Don Lee, Kit Harrington, and more. The movie traces the story of ten superheroes known as the Eternals who’ve come together after thousands of years and battle a common enemy known as the Deviants.

Salma performs the role of Ajak, a comic book character who was originally male. Ajak is the supposed leader of the Eternals which brings wisdom and insight to the group of superheroes. Speaking about her first superhero role, Salma told, “This is the best thing that could have happened to me because there is no better film than this one.” The actress added, “If you are going to be in a superhero film, Eternals is the one.” Salma Hayek also said that she wouldn’t have changed it for some other superhero movie and described it as a movie that’s not just entertaining, but also very meaningful.

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