“No Words To Express The Grief”: Angelina Jolie In Her Message To India’s Frontline Workers

Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie in her recent interview talked about the COVID-19 condition in India and expressed solidarity with the ones suffering during the pandemic. 

Angelina Jolie appeared for an interview with NDTV. An excerpt from the interview has now been released, on which Khilnani asks about what she would like to say to the frontline workers of India.

“I’m into the people of India, we’ve been, we are all with a heavy heart, and just, there’s really no words to express the grief, solidarity for all that the people of India are suffering,” she said.

The entire interview will be out on Friday.

The excerpt from Angelina Jolie’s latest interview comes after her film Those Who Wish Me Dead, was released on May 14, in the United States. It will stream on India’s BookMyShow, on June 10.

In the film, Jolie plays the role of an outcast firefighter, who is suffering emotionally after she fails to save the lives of three young campers and a colleague who were caught in a forest fire.

After failing at her tasks, she is then sent to live in an observation tower in the middle of a forest, as a punishment. It is here that she comes across a lost, young boy, who has been marked for murder. Jolie’s character offers help to the boy, after noticing his state.

Angelina Jolie recent magazine cover:

Recently Angelina Jolie was in the news for her famous photoshoot with bees. She appeared on the cover of the National Geographic magazine, covered with bees, in order to promote the initiative of bee conservation on World Bee Day.

“It was so funny to be in hair and makeup and wiping yourself with pheromone. We couldn’t shower for three days before,” Jolie said. “I did have one that got under my dress the entire time. It was like one of those old comedies,” she added.