Wedding Photographer

Freida Pinto Reveals She Celebrated Her Marriage To Cory Tran By Taking A ‘Nap’, Calls It ‘Perfect’

US-based Indian actress Freida Pinto, who married photographer Cory Tran in a low-key ceremony two years ago in front of just two witnesses in California, celebrated her wedding with a nap.

She wasn’t interested in a lavish party because the couple were more focused on “building a life together” than just one day.

“We are not people who get married,” she told British magazine Marie Claire, reports aceshowbiz.com.

Related News

Freida Pinto's birthday 10 pasty photos of the Slumdog Millionaire actress with her fiancé Cory Tran

Freida Pinto’s birthday: 10 pasty photos of the Slumdog Millionaire actress with her fiancé Cory Tran

Explaining that she woke up, chose a white long-sleeved Needle and Thread dress from her wardrobe, then left to get married, she added: “And then we came home and took a nap .”

“For our brains, souls and bodies, it was just perfect. The focus was on building a life together, not just planning a wedding,” she explained.

The couple, who have eight-month-old son Rumi-Ray, now split their time between Austin and Los Angeles. Recalling the first time Cory took her to Texas, where he had spent most of his twenties, she said, “I felt so peaceful and free.”

The actress finds the “ever-evolving” baby stage of parenthood both “exhilarating and exhausting”.

She said: “Nothing is constant and it’s just absolutely joyful, exhilarating and exhausting, all at the same time.”

Freida became a global star thanks to her role as Latika in Danny Boyle’s ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and although she remembers the film’s release as a “special” moment, she said the aftermath was not “not very pleasant” because things had become so “overwhelming”. “.

“The sequel wasn’t very pleasant,” she said.

The Freida Pinto and Kai Po Che connection
The Freida Pinto and Kai Po Che connection

“It was such a frenzy – it was almost overwhelming and difficult to distinguish between what was real and what wasn’t. I expected every movie I did after that to do so although ‘Slumdog Millionaire’. But it was unique.”