This Article is From Jul 07, 2014

Freida Pinto Won't Work With Dev Patel Again

Freida Pinto Won't Work With Dev Patel Again

Freida Pinto fell in love with Dev Patel while shooting Slumdog Millionaire in 2008

Highlights

  • Slumdog Millionaire star Freida Pinto has no intention of starring opposite her boyfriend Dev Patel in future and wants to save the 'magic' for their personal lives.
  • The 29-year-old Indian beauty and the 24-year-old British actor fell in love on the set of their 2008 movie, Slumdog Millionaire, but aren't interested in appearing on-screen together ever again because they're worried that it might affect their relationship, reported Contactmusic.
  • "I think we created all the magic that was needed for one film. We're leaving the rest of the magic for our personal lives," she said.
  • However, the couple loves teaming up together in the kitchen.
  • "I don't want to say we like cooking because neither of us is good at it. We argue through the food preparation, but it's fun. I wish I could cook Indian food because I can open a restaurant and have an alternative career. There aren't any good Indian places in LA," she said.
London: Slumdog Millionaire star Freida Pinto has no intention of starring opposite her boyfriend Dev Patel in future and wants to save the 'magic' for their personal lives.

The 29-year-old Indian beauty and the 24-year-old British actor fell in love on the set of their 2008 movie, Slumdog Millionaire, but aren't interested in appearing on-screen together ever again because they're worried that it might affect their relationship, reported Contactmusic.

"I think we created all the magic that was needed for one film. We're leaving the rest of the magic for our personal lives," she said.

However, the couple loves teaming up together in the kitchen.

"I don't want to say we like cooking because neither of us is good at it. We argue through the food preparation, but it's fun. I wish I could cook Indian food because I can open a restaurant and have an alternative career. There aren't any good Indian places in LA," she said.