Freida pinto dating dev patel
She raised ,000 for their annual fund raiser—"The 15th Grand Slam for Children"—which was aimed at providing education for underprivileged children.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.Speaking to the Guardian, Dev said: "We are incredibly close.She’s just a really generous, patient human being who has been one of the most impactful people on my life."A lot of my motivation has come from her, from being with her and knowing her."When asked if about the rumours that swirled around the pair when they initially began dating, claiming their relationship was established to purely to promote their careers, Dev vehemently disagreed.But once you figure that out, then it doesn't really matter. The only way we can have a progressive and successful country or world is when men and women treat each other as equals.In 2010, Pinto joined Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf in support of their philanthropic organisation, the Agassi Foundation.The film, based on Thomas Hardy's novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles, gave Pinto the role of a teenage Rajasthani peasant, who leaves her family to work for a British-born Indian hotelier, played by Riz Ahmed. Before beginning her film career, Pinto was engaged to Rohan Antao, who had been her publicist at one point. Feminism is a very misconstrued and misunderstood topic.
She was born and raised in Mumbai, India, and decided when she was young that she would become an actress. Xavier's College, Mumbai, she took part in amateur plays.She stated: "I guess it was when I watched Monster ... She was chosen to host Full Circle, an international travel show that aired on Zee International Asia Pacific between 20.Pinto later claimed that it was a good learning experience, stating that she was "glad things happened the way they happened.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".