Dev patel and dating
If you watched, Academy Award Winning movie Slum Dog Millionaire, you will be the familiar with the name Freida Pinto and Dev Patel.
Dev and Frieda recently hit the news when they broke up in 2014 both the recently again got the news when she finally revealed the reason for their split.
Read Full Story Dev Patel used to get bullied at school for his big ears, but luckily, he knows how to laugh at himself. I'd regularly attend Hindu temple, but the faith was never forced on me."At school I was bullied by the older kids, but I never experienced any racism. Read Full Story Dev Patel and his girlfriend Frieda Pinto have been dating since meeting on the set of Slumdog Millionaire in 2008, but there are no plans to get hitched just yet -- contrary to the buzz about their relationship.
I was teased for having big ears, but I didn't mind that. They think the wedding rumors are funny, though they do wish Dev's mom would stop believing everything she hears! The last rumours I heard was that me and Frieda were looking for a wedding cake in Los Angeles. Read Full Story Despite rumors to the contrary, Dev Patel is not engaged.
With the same sparkling enthusiasm he exudes on-screen, Dev Patel, stylishly rumpled in an olive-green linen button-down, Acne Studios blue jeans, and beat-up tan leather Cole Haan oxfords, eschews the comforts of the sumptuous sitting room inside the well-appointed Los Angeles home where we just wrapped up our photo shoot. “Come and join us.” The cat, no doubt drawn in by Patel’s charisma, instantly obliges.
Instead, he opts to sit outside, where he spots Boomerang, the resident cat, walking across the lawn. The actor’s buoyant mood contrasts sharply with his role in Lion, a profound, emotional drama in theaters November 25. I’ve got a guest bedroom that I named Villa Anita, after my mum.
The Slumdog Millionaire actor, who is currently dating his co-star Frieda Pinto, says that he's not planning on walking down the aisle anytime soon.
Patel said the issue came to head when his mother read rumors on the Internet that he was about to make it official with Pinto."I was like, Mum, ' I didn't – trust me,'" said the British-born Patel, speaking to People magazine.
That’s what acting is—it’s exploring what it’s like to be human. She’s got this fierce quietness about her, and I’m like this big, dopey Labrador running around. “It’s the hardest performance I’ve had to do,” Patel confesses, leaning back on his hands. All my granddads look like either Elvis Presley or James Brown. I put them in [my mum’s] room so it would make her feel at home. “It required a level of stillness, a kind of comfortableness, that took a while to get.” VIDEO: In Lion, your character, Saroo Brierley, develops a somewhat unhealthy, if wholly understandable, obsession with Google Earth. I’ve had a tumultuous relationship with technology. He plays Saroo Brierley, a young man raised in Tasmania who, with the advent of Google maps, becomes obsessed with finding his Indian family of origin. I made this little plaque with a tree on it that I think she’ll like. Scenes with co-stars Nicole Kidman (who plays his adoptive mother) and Rooney Mara (his on-screen girlfriend) are deeply affecting, but it’s Patel’s solitary moments, in which he must reveal a whole range of human feeling to a lifeless computer screen, that will truly captivate audiences. My granduncle passed away, and he had all these family pictures of life back in Kenya—with my mum in a little blue frock.