MUMBAI: Actress Freida Pinto feels representation matters, and says that normalising can only be achieved when we start young.
“Representation Matters! In 2008, when ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ was released I knew how important that film would be in the way the South Asian narrative would be viewed for the better. I felt so lucky to be part of it. It would mean more opportunities and more acceptance. But that alone was not going to be enough. Because “normalising” can only achieve scale when we start young,” Freida said in her Instagram post.
The actress is glad that she is part of Disney Junior animated series “Mira, Royal Detective” – a mystery-adventure show is inspired by the cultures and customs of India.
“Being part of ‘Mira, Royal Detective’ is one of my proudest achievements to date. I get to play Queen Shanti who appoints a kind, empathetic, intelligent and confident little girl named Mira to be
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