HOLLYWOOD superstar Julia Roberts has sparked anger among local people as she shoots her latest movie in rural India. Roberts, 41, and her three children are staying at the luxurious Pataudi Palace about an hours drive from Indian capital Delhi. Although the actress has impressed religious leaders by wearing traditional clothes, some worshippers have been upset by the use of their Hindu temple as a film set. Shakuntala Devi, who was turned away at the front gate, said: Its the holiest time of year and we must not be stopped from visiting our own temple. Around 350 security staff, including police, more than 100 bouncers and nearly 40 gunmen are guarding the star and her family during filming of Eat, Pray, Love. Bulletproof cars are used to take the star to and from the set and helicopters patrol the skies overhead. Mirror