Unfortunately Freida Pinto didn’t attend the 2013 Golden Globe Awards last Sunday. However, she did show up at several after parties next to boyfriend Dev Patel! Freida looked effortlessly gorgeous in a bright dress and a big smile. Click on the previews below to see all the pictures, as per usual.
Freida Pinto continued to support her boyfriend last night at the BAFTA Los Angeles Awards Season Tea Party. Freida looked fantastic in a black and white patterned dress as she smiled next to Dev on the red carpet. 50 photos from the event have been added to our gallery. With all the appearances lately, one can hope that the couple will attend the Golden Globe Awards tonight as well. Check back later to find out!
Yesterday, Freida Pinto accompanied boyfriend Dev Patel to the Pre-Golden Globes Party hosted by W Magazine. Freida looked great in a blue Missoni dress. Dev’s movie The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and his TV-show The Newsroom are both nominated tomorrow at the award show, so hopefully we’ll see the couple attending that event as well. If so, check back for coverage from the Golden Globes tomorrow night!
Sorry for the lack of updates as of late, it’s been very quiet in Freida-land and I’ve been busy offline as well. But here are some pictures that were missing in the gallery: Event-pics and a few portrait sessions from her short stint as a jury member of the 2012 Dubai International Film Festival. She looks absolutely beautiful (as always) in each of the sets, so be sure to check out all the new photos!
As mentioned in the previous post, Freida Pinto was selected for the jury at the 2012 Dubai International Film Festival. Tonight was the opening gala as well as the screening of Life of Pi, and Freida was of course in attendance. She looked beautiful in a golden dress as she walked the red carpet. Click on the previews below to see the first pictures and stay tuned for more coverage from the film festival in the coming days!
With Desert Dancer currently filming, it’s been very quiet in Freida-land (and here on Freida Pinto Fan) this past November, but things are about to change come December – she’s been selected to join the jury at this year’s Dubai International Film Festival! As a member of the jury, she will be judging films that are part of the Shorts and Emirati section – short films from the Arab, Emirati and Asian African countries making her the first Indian to be on the jury of the international short film contest as part of the festival.
In addition to her duties as a juror, she has also been invited to attend a special gala hosted by Academy Award winning actor Colin Firth and his fashion entrepreneur wife Livia to support the annual ‘One Night to Change Lives’ charity event to benefit Oxfam and Dubai Cares on December 14. Last year’s event raised over $1 million, funding 14 regional schools and 10 schools in Pakistan. The festival will kick start on Dec 9 and will come to a close on Dec 16. We will provide you with full coverage from the film festival. Stay tuned!
We want to wish our favorite girl Freida Pinto a very happy birthday, as today marks her 28th! It’s been a great year for Freida as she joined Plan’s inspiring Because I Am a Girl project as well as joined exciting movies such as Desert Dancer (which she just started filming!) and Terrence Malick’s Knight of Cups! We hope you have the best day and a great coming year. Be sure to leave your birthday wishes to her official Twitter-account @BecauseImFreida!
Earlier today, Freida Pinto attended a photocall for her upcoming movie Desert Dancer in London, England. Set in Iran, where dance is illegal, Desert Dancer tells the story of Afshin Ghaffarian (Reece Ritchie) who risked his life to fight for his dream to become a dancer. This film plays against the backdrop of the 2009 election protests, where the passion and defiance of a young generation lit the flame of revolution still sweeping the Middle East and Africa. Freida said she had no professional experience of dancing before she began rehearsals for the film, but there was a strong tradition in her native India. “We love dancing in India anyway,” she said at a press conference at London’s Sadlers Wells Theatre today as plans for the film were announced. She said rehearsals have had a huge impact on her life: “It’s not just training for the film, it’s training for life – dance has made me emotionally stronger as well, I deal with situations much better.” Filming – due to take place in the UK, the Middle East and north Africa – begins next week, with the movie expected to be released next year.