Rula Jebrael Miral
Miral is a 2010 film directed by Julian Schnabel. The screenplay was written by Rula Jebreal, based on her novel. The film was released on 3 September at the 2010 Venice Film Festival.and in France on 15 September, The film is set for release on 3 December in the United Kingdom, and on 25 March 2011 in the United States. A chronicle of Hind Husseini's effort to establish an orphanage in Jerusalem after the 1948 partition of Palestine and the creation of the state of Israel. Jerusalem, 1948. On her way to work, Hind Husseini (Hiam Abbass) comes across 55 orphaned children in the street. She takes them home to give them food and shelter. Within six months, 55 had grown to almost 2000, and the Dar Al-Tifel Institute was born. In 1978, at the age of 7, Miral (Freida Pinto) was sent to the Institute by her father following her mother's death. Brought up safely inside the Institute's walls, she is nave to the troubles that surround her. Then, at the age of 17, she is assigned to teach at a refugee camp where she is awakened to the reality of her people's struggle. When she falls for political activist, Hani, she finds herself torn between the fight for the future of her people and Mama Hind's belief that education is the road to peace.
Superhero Hrithik Roshan is highly impressed with Freida Pinto’s dance moves in Richard Raymond biographical movie ‘Desert Dancer’. Hrithik called up Freida to appreciate her awesome performance but she did not attend his call. The ‘Bang Bang’ actor later took to Twitter to appreciate Freida.
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