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Navneet Kaur Dhillon wants to act with Ranbir Kapoor

Navneet Kaur Dhillon is keen to foray into Bollywood.

Written by PTI | Kochi |
December 11, 2013 3:38:23 pm

Femina Miss World India Navneet Kaur Dhillon today said she would love to act with Ranbir Kapoor.

“Ranbir is experimenting a lot. So would like to act with him,” Navneet,who is keen to foray into Bollywood,told reporters here.

Among actresses Vidya Balan and Priyanka Chopra inspire her,Navneet said. However,she does not have a role model,she added.

Navneet,who has just returned from Bali after the Miss World contest,where she came 11th,said she was looking for good Bollywood films.

“Some directors have approached me with projects. That is still under discussions,” she said.

On her ‘Miss world’ sojourn,she said it was a wonderful experience as she could meet contestants from different countries.

When it was pointed out that the Miss World crown has not been brought to the country for the past 13 years with Priyanka Chopra winning it in 2000,Navneet said there are 140 contestants from various countries.

“If you say India has to win every year,it is not possible. I was placed 11th there. Every year Indian contestants do perform well. Maybe this is not the right time,” she said.

On the kind of films she would love to act if given an opportunity,she said her personal choice was more of “parallel films but public loves comedy,drama and love stories. So would love to essay roles in such films.”

Navneet,here to inaugurate the Lightweight Antique and Chettinad gold jewellery exhibition of the House of Alappat,a well-known jewellery here,said she prefers acting to modelling.

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