Who is freida pinto dating now
stars Freida Pinto and Dev Patel have just been confirmed as a couple, spills Dev‘s mom Anita Patel.
She tells UK’s Daily Mirror, “First it was the film and now everything else seems to have slotted into place. Freida is really beautiful and I am really happy for them. We’re very proud of him.” Last week, Dev, 19, and Freida, 24, seemed quite coupley during an intimate lunch in Israel.
She tells UK's Daily Mirror, "First it was the film and now everything else seems to have slotted into place. Freida is really beautiful and I am really happy for them. We're very proud of him." Last week, Dev, 19, and Freida, 24, seemed quite coupley during an intimate lunch in Israel.
Yes, we knew he was flying to Israel to see her." How sweet!
Although the Indian media has credited Pinto with breaking the stereotypical image of an Indian woman in foreign films, she has been a lesser-known figure in Indian cinema and has rarely featured in prominent productions in India.
Along with her film career, she promotes humanitarian causes and is vocal about women's empowerment. John's Universal School in Goregaon, Mumbai, and her father Frederick Pinto was a senior branch manager for the Bank of Baroda. She later recalled being inspired by Sushmita Sen's victory in the 1994 Miss Universe competition, explaining that "the country was really proud of her, and I was like, one day, I want to do the same".
She talked about acting without a script: "It is definitely a bit nerve-racking on the first day because you don't know where you are going to go. She ended the relationship in January 2009 and began dating her Slumdog Millionaire co-star Dev Patel. As soon as we say feminism, it does not mean all men should become subordinate and women should be the ones who rule the world.
Pinto rose to prominence with her film debut in the British drama Slumdog Millionaire (2008), for which she was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance, and Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress - Drama, and won the Palm Springs International Film Festival Award for Breakthrough Performance.
In February 2016, Pinto announced that she would be a part of a nonprofit organisation called "We Do It Together", which provides finance for feature films, documentaries, and television shows that focus on women's empowerment.
Two years later, a controversy arose when she appeared in an advert promoting a L'Oréal product; it showed Pinto in what was perceived to be a lighter skin tone due to make-up or editing.
When asked about her preference for Hollywood, she replied: "I just wanted to become an actor.
As an actor, you don't have to limit yourself to a particular culture or ethnicity.