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Topic - Freida Pinto
Michael Kors was California Dreamin' on Wednesday, displaying a fall collection inspired by the left coast, and it was hard not to think that the Mamas and the Papas, featured on the soundtrack, were absolutely right when they sang: "I'd be safe and warm if I was in LA."
Just because a film isn't finished doesn't mean it can't get buzz at Sundance.
Nine women were honored at the annual Women in Hollywood event Monday, yet two ladies in particular stole the show.
Nine women were honored at the annual Women in Hollywood event, yet two ladies in particular stole the show.
Nine women were honored at Elle magazine's Women in Hollywood event, yet all were dazzled by one lady in particular.
Freida Pinto is the envy of women at the Comic-Con fan convention. She gets to sex up the star of the new Superman movie in her upcoming action tale "Immortals."
The Indian actress who starred in "Slumdog Millionaire" has moved from the slums of Mumbai to the squalid refugee camps of the West Bank in a new film: the story of a defiant Palestinian girl who wants to fight against Israel in a coming of age story with a Mideast twists.
"No one is more vulnerable than an uneducated girl," said Pinto, who is active with the 10x10 organization behind the film and its campaign to educate girls worldwide. "Making a girl aware of her fundamental human rights through education can change all that."