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The Telegraph (Calcutta) opined "it's difficult to form an opinion" on her character; its columnist Bharathi S.Pradhan noted "Slumdog Millionaire wasn't really a test of Freida's acting abilities." Pinto's second screen appearance of the year was playing the title character in Michael Winterbottom's Trishna.
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.
Says Boyle of Fox Searchlight's efforts to fly them all to the Oscars: "Some of the kids don't know their birth dates, so getting them a passport was a nightmare." Q&A: Danny Boyle Looks Back on the Kids and Controversy of ' Slumdog Millionaire' Upon landing, the kids were whisked via armored car to Brooks Brothers for fittings; hours later, they were on the red carpet, fielding cheek pinches from the likes of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
(For Chheda, it was Miley Cyrus who made the biggest impression: "I was a crazy Miley fan," he laughs.) But controversy accompanied the film's triumph as the two poorest children, Azharuddin Ismail and Rubina Ali, returned home amid reports of abuse, bulldozed shanties and infighting among opportunistic family members.
So for me, my favorite acting school was the six months of auditioning with Danny Boyle".
Pinto's performance in the film drew little attention from critics as her screen presence in the film was limited.
I want to spread my tentacles everywhere and am ready for a film offer from any part of the world."Eileen Atkins, Bob Balaban, Alan Bates, Charles Dance, Stephen Fry, Michael Gambon, Richard E.
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Her biggest commercial success came with the 2011 science fiction film Rise of the Planet of the Apes.