Freida Pinto bewitches in green at the Miral' premiere in Doha Tribeca Film Festival 2010
Freida Pinto going by the season's minimalistic theme, kept it neutral and natural at the screening of Miral' in Doha Tribeca Film Festival 2010. Her simple looks complemented well the oh-so-striking chiffon dress from the Christian Dior Resort 2011 collection.
Freida also earned brownie points for keeping her make-up subtle which induced freshness to her elegant persona. This Mumbai girl who rose to fame with her Slumdog Millionaire' has always upgraded her red carpet look, and amazingly gets it right all the time. Freida like to blend contemporary style with elegance and never tries anything outrageous. Her experiment with varied hairstyle for different events also gets thumbs up.
However, Freida is said to be a misfit to play Miral in the film. In a recent interview, Julian Schnabel defended his decision to cast Freida in Miral.' He is quoted as saying, I have other Palestinian women in the movie. If you look at her [Pinto], she looks like she could be Rula's sister. And she's a damn good actress. In fact, the actress has worked hard on her accent for the film.
Mallika Sherawat's sultry in back-less gown at Miral'screening
The Hisss' lady is enjoying her fun time in Doha Film Festival 2010. Mallika Sherawat was not only seen in the opening day of the gala event but also made her presence felt at the Miral' premiere. Her back-less gown in the metallic hue with an edgy feel made her look sexy, but what we missed was the wow' effect. If the dress has dull effect on us, Mallika made up with her make-up, gleaming face and that gorgeous smile.
However, it was pleasing to see Mallika trying out normal outfits. Her Cannes red carpet look was highly appreciated as she didn't try too hard on fashion seeking attention rather let her chic dresses to do the talking. She also posed for photos with Freida Pinto, Indian actress of Miral and also writer-journalist Rula Jabreal.
Only the lady could change her hairdo! It would have spiced up things. It's boring, Hisss gal!
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