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Britney Spears set to appear in Indian film: Reports

By Mirwais Adeel - Mon Dec 31 2012, 8:25 pm

Britney Spears Bollywood debutBritney Spears is reportedly set to appear in a Hindi film to be made by Sadanandan Lucsam, according to media in India.

Sadanandan, who made India’s first food comedy ‘Salt ‘N’ Pepper’ has apparently signed the US singer for a song-and-dance number in his, as yet untitled, debut Hindi film.

The British pop singer will sing and dance to the title track of the movie, Times of India reported on Monday.

However MSN and Britney Spears’ rep, Britney Spears has no plans to appear in a Bollywood film. Which is truly heartbreaking because don’t we all kind of miss Britney’s old school music videos?

“(There is) no truth whatsoever,” her rep told MSN. “They may have signed a Britney Spears. But if they did, it’s a different Britney Spears and we wish them good luck with their production.”

That’s rough. Lucsam had everything planned out.

“Britney’s song is an integral part of the film. She sings and dances to the title track of the movie, which is a peppy number and will be shot lavishly. It will be a proper Hindi number with some good English lines as well, to make it universal in its appeal,” Lucsam told Times of India.

But the film producer says he has made payments to one of her agencies and has already booked the dates for her to record the song. Sadanandan has remained tight-lipped about the name and release date of his project, saying he will reveal that, as well as cast and crew members closer to the beginning of production.

Singer, songwriter and actress Britney Spears was born on December 2, 1981, in Kentwood, Louisiana. She began performing on the TV show The All New Mickey Mouse Club when she was 11 years old. Not long after, Spears began gaining fame as a pop artist. In January 1999, her song “Baby One More Time” reached the top of the pop charts.

Spears has since been one of the most successful—and sometimes controversial—solo acts in pop music. Additionally, in 2012, she began appearing as a judge on the popular singing-competition show The X Factor.

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