Like many of you, I’m a big fan of all kids in the world having clean drinking water whenever they need. 1 billion people don’t have access yet. 54% of all people in Africa need us to act on their behalf for their better water situation as well.
Click here to make a difference if feeling it. Let’s flow. Thanks peeps. Water.Org is asking for $10 to makes this pivotal dif. Sweet!
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12. 27.10~
Freida Pinto is on the cover of Blackbook.
She says she hearts, the alternative Indian cinema industry, a lot, that is often never seen by the West outside of the big Bollywood film studio’s dominance. What Freida alludes to, as the “spice of Hollywood” back into India’s star system is that: a) alternative cinema has an actual storyline. And b) it’s been tough worldwide, so the chances are the realism of the underrepresented genre is a look, for Indian cinema to consider presenting to remain relevant. Good thoughts.
To read more on that, and see Freida’s latest magazine cover, go here.
[This image Smita Patel - great alternative cinema screen legend. Described as being "the realistic actress of Bollywood." Star of my favorite, alternative Bollywood film, Mirch Masala. Image sourced, here].
Smita worked constantly. Non-stop. She took good roles and bad roles, figuring that working within the realistic genre of film making, meant that the roles were going to be okay within this genre–as they were more realistic, therefore her range of emotion would be seen better as an artist rather than a mainstream Bollywood film, where actors just emoted for their next check, not just to sell an actual story with ‘a character going through real’ sh*t.’ Oops… sorry, but that’s what Smita stood for. Also a note for Freida to perhaps consider.
Smita was under-appreciated for the longest time, compared to the pampered poodles of Bollywood’s studio system. She’s legend for not caring and still giving good work playing roles of conflict in stories of substance. Smita gave a lot. I love this woman’s legacy in Indian cinema (and I like my “Bollywood brats?” in their more cheesy films too. Fun. :)
Go Freida Pinto–for raising these thoughts today to grow India’s alternative cinema profile –featuring realistic ‘village life’ narratives in film.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.6.10~
Freida Pinto turns out a show from the pages of GQ Magazine.
Now this is how to deal to a pomegranite. Juicy. Sexy. To the point.
She’s totally banging with that precise-practiced-precision, Hollywood & Bollywood fit pose and her baby mini-machette knife of a Tarantino. I swear Freida’s just invented the photographic format of cookbooks of the future, on iPad Touch & Kindle. Juicy indeed. Frieda does need a bit more sweat glisten on her face though, to complete the action girl look.
[Images via Popoholic]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 9.16.10~
Freido Pinto, 24 has landed the role of a Bond girl in the next Sam Mendes 007 film! Nice casting by Hollywood.
[Image of Freida Pinto courtesy of Kiss And Make Up]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 3.23.2010~
Horiwood.Com is powering through the top 100 celebrity news items that rated the best for 2009, here in Hollywood.
You chose FHM’s Top 50 Sexiest Women in the world as your 53rd most sought after celebrities of the year.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But you all appear to like lists of beautiful people packaged together for your entertainment.
Freida Pinto of Bollywood and Hollywood is pictured above–the Indian beauty ranking the 25th sexiest woman of 2009.
Other women who made the list are: Angelina Jolie, Megan Fox, Jessica Alba, Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel, Madeline Zima, Adriana Lima, Elisha Cuthbert, Heidi Pratt, Anne Hathaway, Katy Perry.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.28.09~