Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Will Smith expressed a desire to do a Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, whom he had met 15 years back. The Hollywood actor, who was in a convo with actor Farhan Akhtar at Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, likewise talked about having a Bollywood dance on his bucket list. “One of the things on my bucket list is to be on a Bollywood dance sequence. I met Aishwarya 15 years ago, we had conversations about doing something together but never happened. Perhaps I would do a film with her,” Will Smith said at the event. Obviously Farhan Akhtar made the most astute utilization of the chance and informed Will Smith some bhangra steps. Farhan additionally shared a video of them doing the mark bhangra step and the Men In Black actor is by all accounts acing it. Will Smith has won honors for his performance in The Pursuit of Happyness, Hitch, I Am Legend, I, Robot, Independence Day and Men In Black. Will Smith, who played the job of Muhammad Ali in his biopic ALI, said that playing the boxing champ’s character onscreen was the most “formative time” in his profession. “Playing Muhammad Ali was the most formative time in my career. It changed me forever. I was sitting behind Muhammad Ali when he was watching Ali for the first time. For an hour he didn’t move and I thought he hates it. There is a scene where I was screaming and he turned to his wife and said, ‘Was I that crazy?’ and he turned to me and said, ‘Man you’ve done a great job’,” the actor said. View this post on Instagram What an awesomely and effortlessly cool man .. won all hearts with his candour and wit .. and boy, can he bust some Bhangra moves .. #funtimes chatting with @willsmith at the #htleadershipsummit .. #gotoguywhenaliensattack A post shared by Farhan Akhtar (@faroutakhtar) on Oct 6, 2018 at 1:13am PDT Will Smith was named twice for the Best Actor category in Oscars for ALI and The Pursuit of Happyness. The actor was most recently seen in Bright, which released in 2017. He is at present facilitating the ten-part TV narrative arrangement One Strange Rock on National Geographic.