Freida Pinto, ‘Slumdog Millionaire’

Supporting actress in the mix

Talk about making a great initial impression. In the Indian actress’s first role — she was a model before being seen by director Danny Boyle — both her beauty and talent shine through. If “Slumdog” gathers Oscar momentum, Pinto could be coming along for the ride.

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