The 53-year-old actor plays a US General posted in Afghanistan
Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt is in India to promote his latest film, the Netflix satire “War Machine”.
Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan will be moderating a special chat session here with Pitt, in which the two actors will discuss the project.
In the movie, the 53-year-old actor plays a US General posted in Afghanistan.
Directed by David Michod, of “Animal Kingdom” fame, the Netflix Original film is inspired by the book “The Operators: The Wild & Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan” by late journalist Michael Hastings.
An investment in the range of $60 million also makes it Netflix’s biggest-budget feature to date.
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Pitt’s character is loosely based on General Stanley A McChrystal, a retired United States Army general best-known for his command of Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC).
His last assignment was as Commander, International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and Commander, US Forces Afghanistan.
Hastings’s blistering profile on McChrystal led to his firing by Obama.
Pitt’s company Plan B is also one of the producers of the film.
The first big-budget Hollywood movie on Netflix will be released on May 26.
Actress Celina Jaitly is expecting twins with her hotelier husband Peter Haag, who are due in October this year.
The 35-year-old actress is already a mother to five- year-old twin sons, Winston and Viraaj.
Celina, who has entered her second trimester, says they were “initially shocked” when they got to know they were pregnant with twins again.
“Doctor was doing ultrasound and Peter asked the doctor if it is twins this time too. Doctor said yes and we both were initially shocked,” Celina told PTI in an exclusive interview over phone from Dubai.
“We were exhilarated because the first thing that came in our mind was that we are the chosen one. We are God fearing and we feel God chooses special people to be parents of multiple children.”
Both Celina and Peter love kids and are aware of the challenges as parents.
The “No Entry” actress says, “My mother always advised me that there is no perfect way to be a mother and father, but there are a million ways to be a good parent.
“I have always believed there are no rules to be parent. My husband is 100 per cent involved in the pregnancy and we both take our responsibilities seriously as parents.” (more)