FREIDA Pinto dreams about working with Leonardo DiCaprio. The "Slumdog Millionaire" star has had a "crush" on the "Revolutionary Road" actor since she was a schoolgirl and admits he would be her perfect male co-star. Freida, 24, said: "I had a big crush on him back in school. I had this little Leonardo DiCaprio scrapbook with his picture on the front. Now he's going to think I'm a creep after this" The actress - who recently denied reports she is dating her "Slumdog Millionaire" co-star Dev Patel - has her sights set on another Hollywood star if Leonardo is unavailable. When asked who else she wants to work with, Freida said: "I'd have to say Jack Nicholson. He's the one person I've been dying to meet, I just haven't seen him anywhere." Meanwhile, "Slumdog Millionaire" is going to be adapted into a stage musical to raise funds for Mumbai's slum children. Producer Christian Colson has revealed profits from the musical will be ploughed back into the slums where the blockbuster was filmed to help the impoverished children depicted in the movie. Colson also says there are plans in place to safeguard the future of two of the child stars - Azharuddin Mohammed, 10, and nine-year-old Rubina Qureshi - who still live in the Mumbai slums. He said: "The profile of the film will remain high - we can't assume attention on these children will drift away." The movie won eight Academy Awards at the Oscars on Sunday night, including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay. - Expo