“When I read the script for ['Lion'], I was a puddle of tears. We were all in it because we loved these people, and we wanted to live in their skin for a year of our lives.”“I love going to a concert, and not seeing it through a three-inch screen. You start to think, ‘Hang on, this isn’t a fair exchange.
My friends are like, ‘Dude, you’ve got to text.’ But instead, I call from my car and have a conversation. It’s a shame.”“When I first moved to the US for 'The Newsroom,' I was surrounded by the wrong people, going to clubs every night. You’re bait on a string—you get to a club and all your so-called friends have disappeared, telling people they’re hanging with ‘the kid from Slumdog,’ so they’ll come over with all these people wanting to take pictures with you.
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The actor, who is nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category for his film , which is nominated in the Best Film category, is based on the true story of Saroo Brierley, who was just five when he fell asleep on a train and found himself hundreds of miles away from his home in rural India and was adopted by an Australian couple.
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She's been staying with him at his new pad." Although Dev has recently been focusing on his career, the actor met Tilda on the set of 'Hotel Mumbai' and they have since grown very close.
The source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "This new romance has come out of the blue, but Dev seems very happy." Despite his burgeoning romance with the Australian actress, Dev attended the Oscars on Sunday () with his mum Anita.