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4 posts categorized "Freida Pinto"

April 24, 2009

Slumdog Stars Freida Pinto & Dev Patel Get Cozy


Splash News is reporting that Slumdog Millionaire stars Freida Pinto and Dev Patel are indeed dating as the above picture indicates. The young pair go nice and cozy at a cafe in Israel where Pinto is filming her new movie, Miral. Previous statements from the pair said they were just friends but clearly they are more than that!


February 20, 2009

Frieda Pinto Finds Love with Slumdog Co-Star!

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Frieda Pinto and her Slumdog Millionaire co-star Dev Patel are apparently dating! Their co-star Anil Kapoor has said that “They definitely make a great pair. Both of them look very good together.”

Earlier this week Frieda admitted that she was secretly married but ditched her husband once her movie became a hit. Was her co-star Dev part of the reason too?


February 18, 2009

Freida Pinto's Secret Husband


The star of Slumdog Millionaire has been hiding a secret husband! Freida Pinto, 24, is said to have married Rohan Antao in December 2007 but it quickly ended after her film became a hit. The model turned actress has been receiving critical acclaim for her first film role in Slumdog Millionaire.

Well that's nice?!? Once she got big she ditched her husband!?


November 18, 2008

Will Freida Pinto Make it in Hollywood?


Freida Pinto is an indian actress who stars in the new movie Slumdog Millionaire (trailer). The movie has won the People’s Choice Award at Toronto Film festival and is said to be a sleepr hit. However, Frieda is rumored to be the next big Hollywood star.

Do you think she has what it takes to comepete in the big leagues?

More pics of Freida here...

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