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Best known for her roles in 'Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince,' '13 Steps Down' and 'My Brother The Devil,' English actress Elarica Johnson will be making her maiden visit to India, this summer, to be a part of the highly anticipated Justin Bieber Tour.
During her visit, the actress will meet directors and film personalities from the Indian film industry, apart from being the official host of the event of the year - Justin Bieber Purpose Tour.
The actress stated, "India has been a place I have always wanted to visit. I watched Bollywood movies as a child and now being an actress going to Mumbai the heart of the Bollywood film Industry; it is a dream come true! I have always felt inspired by the freedom of colour, music and dance. So to be able to explore the Indian culture and have the chance to see the beautiful architecture and history of the country will truly be a wonderful experience."
Adding, "I am definitely looking forward to eating a lot! Indian food sit's at the number one spot as my ultimate favourite cuisine. But most of all having this experience and seeing one of my favourite artists, Justin Bieber perform live, I am sure I will mark this as a trip of a lifetime!"
The 27-year-old London born diva will arrive in Mumbai on May 4 and will explore the city till May 15.
On the work front, Elarica is all set to star alongside Nicole Kidman and Elle Fanning in John Cameron Michell's 'How To Talk To Girls At Parties.'
She has also finished filming ''Blade Runner 2049,' alongside Ryan Gosling, which supposedly will release by the end of the year.
Bieber's latest jaunt is in support of his fourth album, the critically acclaimed 'Purpose,' wherein he experimented with more exploratory electronic sounds.
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