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Beautiful Freida Pinto attends six new events in this year – ‘Younger Skin Starts In The Gut’ book launch party on March 22 in California, Bally Ginza Event on April 7 in Tokyo, Levi’s at Coachella on April 16 in California, ‘Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology’ Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 2 in NYC & The 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival on May 15 in Cannes. We have added 55 HQ/MQ images.
Freida Pinto with Teresa Palmer attended Premiere of Broad Green Pictures’ ‘Knight Of Cups’ on March 1 in Los-Angeles, California. We have added 80 HQ images.
Freida Pinto with her boyfriend Ronnie Bacardi attends Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Graydon Carter on February 28 in Beverly Hills, California. We have added 22 HQ images.
Occasionally, you find yourself in the presence of someone who’s a very particular breed of how-do-you-actually-exist beautiful. We know you’ve been there, because we have too: we’re talking the kind of aesthetically-pleasing face that forces you to abandon all hope of acting cool and instead interrupt them to ask how the hell they got their eyelashes to do that. Basically, all hope of behaving your damn self goes out the window.
Need an example? Take, for instance, when we recently found ourselves lunching in Montreal for L’Oréal Paris’s Hydra Total 5 launch (sorry stateside shoppers—this one’s exclusive to our home & native land), seated juuuust adjacent to Freida Pinto. Again, because we’ve been there before, we know from personal experience that the potential for awkward silences here is high. But luckily for us, it’s not so when you’re with the likes of Freida. As it turns out, Pinto comes armed with razor sharp jokey retorts and unfiltered commentary on just about everything (in the very best way possible). Here’s everything we learned (or more accurately, gleaned from bombarding her with the same line of questioning we mentioned up there) from the actress; from the best DIY face mask, her biggest beauty misstep and for once and for all, how she gets her eyelashes to do that….read more
Amazing Freida Pinto attends three new events in this month – Marriott ‘Two Bellman’ Premiere on February 4 in California, Kate Spade New York – Presentation – Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week on February 12 in NYC & Film Independent Spirit Awards on February 27 in Santa Monica. We have added 82 HQ/MQ images.
“Slumdog Millionaire” star Freida Pinto, who has also featured in films like “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” and “Immortals”, says working in a short film is “fascinating” as it allows you to tell a story in less time.
“Short films are very fascinating because we don’t get the comfort of like two hours feature to tell the whole story and develop it. So you pretty much have to be very spot on in a short film to tell the whole story,” Freida, who starred in the short film “Black Knight Decoded” as part of the Pepsi Challenge, told IANS.
“Black Knight Decoded”, released in November last year, imagines a rich narrative around the Black Knight satellite.
“I was actually headed back into the sci-fi world. In America, there are many people who believe in the Black Knight theory and they believe in the extraterrestrial world. It’s very, very big in America. In a way for me to find comfort in it and understand this other world which I didn’t know was very fascinating,” Freida said. “As actors, we always like to do things that we haven’t done before. It’s a great way for us to learn the material and understand a world which we are not very familiar with,” she added.
Directed by Jabbar Raisani, “Black Knight Decoded” follows the journey of a father (David Oyelowo) and daughter (Layla Crawford) on their quest to decode the radio signals transmitted from the Black Knight satellite.
With the help of their friend Ahna (Freida), they seek to unite the world in anticipation of the Black Knight’s (voiced by Usher) revelation on Earth.
Freida, who earlier worked with Oyelowo in “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”, says it was interesting to work with the “Selma” actor again.
“The other interesting thing for me was getting back to the film set with David Oyelowo. He is such a phenomenal actor. Also Jabbar Raisani is a fantastic young director who is one to watch out for. The way he has put this film together is beyond phenomenal,” she said.
Freida’s upcoming projects include “Jungle Book: Origins” and “Yamasong: March of the Hollows”.