Mumbai:Actress Ira Dubey, who stars in the film "M Cream", says she wants to explore an opportunity to work in Hollywood and is waiting "for the right projects". "I really want to go to Hollywood. I am waiting for the right projects and I am in talks with few people," Ira said. "I am very committed and I am determined I will get a right agent. I think in terms of my sensibilities and talent I can get lot of opportunities in the west," she added. Ira, who has acted in films like "Aisha" and "Aisa Yeh Jahaan", also said that Hindi films need to focus on the writing. "Something is wrong with our writing and we need to focus on our writing. There should be no limitations to our imagination," she said. "I think we have to stop imitating the west, we have to stop stealing ideas from West and become more original. We have a lot of talent in this country and we have to focus on our writing," Ira added. Directed by Agneya Singh, "M Cream", which has won awards at numerous international film festivals, is about an exciting road trip of four youngsters to discover M Cream, a magical form of the drug hashish. The film, produced by Vindhya Singh under the banner Agniputra Films, releases on July 22.