Slumdog millionaire dating in real life

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Today, he remains active in the acting sphere, playing as Neal Sampat in HBO’s 2012 TV series “The Newsroom”, and in drama film “About Cherry”, which made its premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2012.

In his private life, he recently split from long-time girlfriend Freida Pinto in December last year.

Us: Helen initiates a “define the relationship” talk with Christian’s character, Rick. FP: I am very direct, to the point that I think I might make people uncomfortable! In the first six months of all the post–Slumdog Millionaire fame [in 2008], I got spoiled rotten.

Being on every possible red carpet, presenting at every possible awards ceremony, winning awards. The success and adulation and glamour can go to your head. Recently, I had a bad flu and saw that she Instagrammed some earache medicine.

To appreciate writer-director Terrence Malick’s latest drama, in theaters nationwide March 11, “just let yourself go,” says Pinto, who plays a model named Helen. ” The Indian actress, 31, who is dating investment banker Omar Mangalji, talks with Us Weekly: You have plenty of experience with modeling and photo shoots.

Did this role make you miss your early modeling days?

There was no real joy that I got out of it, to be really honest. I can’t speak for models all over the world, but I definitely think a certain level of verbal abuse — almost every model goes through that. FP: He’s one of those actors who we all just look up to because he’s so dedicated and committed, and at the same time so humble and down to earth. FP: I think there are some similarities with the yes-men around Rick’s life.

He does not feel the need to proclaim his seniority in any way. The people who are afraid to just say, ‘No, you are delusional.’ …

Saurabh Shukla portrayed Sergeant Srinivas in the film, and has remained active both as an actor and as a writer/director for various films.

And if all the editing goes well, I might even be singing in the film!

“Slumdog Millionaire”, the award-winning British film from 2008, was unique in both its storyline, adapted from a novel named “Q & A” by Indian author Vikas Swarip, and its vibrant cast.

Freida Pinto: I didn’t really enjoy modeling in Bombay.

I floated through it in the hopes that I would get my ticket to the next big thing. experience been similar to Rick’s, floating through glamorous parties and fleeting encounters?

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