Freida Pinto glows in Indian influenced gold dress at the premiere of Disney’s Mira, Royal Detective
She achieved stardom with her film debut in the Oscar-winning crime drama Slumdog Millionaire in 2008.
And on Saturday, Freida Pinto slipped into promo mode when she hit the red carpet for the premiere of the new animated series Mira, Royal Detective by Disney Junior in the Burbank district of Los Angeles.
The mystery adventure, inspired by Indian culture and customs, is aimed at a kindergarten audience.
Golden: Freida Pinto, 35, attended the premiere of Disney Junior’s new animated series Mira, Royal Detective in the Burbank district of Los Angeles on Saturday.
Pinto (35) opted for an Indian-inspired look and hit a number of poses on the red carpet in a gold-colored long dress.
The upper part embraced her sleek figure with a solid golden design, while the lower half hung loosely with flashes of brown, green, red, orange and white.
The resident of Mumbai, India, also added an extra layer with a full-length matching jacket with large lapels.
She finished the ensemble with a few large chains and her long ravens withdrew from her face in a stylish ponytail and a part in the middle.
Striking: Pinto opted for an Indian-inspired look in a dress with golden flowers
Shining star: the Indian Mumbai completed the ensemble with a few large chains and her long ravens lured back from her face in a stylish ponytail
Set in the magical, Indian-inspired country of Jalpur, Royal Detective introduces viewers to a brave and resourceful girl named Mira, a citizen who according to Disney d23.com.
Together with her friend Prince Neel, cousin Priya and mongoose sidekicks Mikku and Chikku, Mira goes on mystery-solving adventures that emphasize and encourage critical thinking and deductive reasoning.
Pinto speaks the character of Queen Shanti, the person who has appointed Mira as the Royal Detective.
Each episode of the show, made for children aged two to seven, consists of two 11-minute stories that include authentic Indian fashion, food, art, and language.
Suitable for children: the show, made for children aged two to seven, consists of two 11-minute stories that include authentic Indian fashion, food, art and language
Queen Bee: Pinto votes the character of Queen Shanti, the person who names Mira as the Royal Detective.
Together with Pinto, the characters are expressed by some of the most talented actors in the industry.
The 16-year-old newcomer Leela Ladnier plays the voice of Mira.
The cast also includes Kal Penn, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Hannah Simone, Jameela Jamil, Aparna Nancherla, Aparna Nancherla, Aasif Mandvi, Karan Soni, Maulik Pancholy, Sarayu Blue, Sarita Choudhury, Roshni Edwards, Kamran Lucas, Karan Brar, Parvesh Cheena and Sonal Shah.
Mira, Royal Detective, which has already been lit green for a second season, will premiere in the US on 20 March.
Mentoring: Pinto also shared the spotlight with 16-year-old newcomer Leela Ladnier, who votes Mira in the animated series
Vooruit: the animation series has already been lit green for a second season; Pinto and Ladnier were also accompanied by co-star Utkarsh Ambudkar
Landing soon: Mira, Royal Detective will premiere in the US on March 20; Pinto is depicted with Hari Kondabolu, Leela Ladnier, Utkarsh Ambudkar and Karan Soni