Angelina Jolie’s upcoming film is titled ‘Does Who Wish Me Dead’. (Photo @angelinajolie_offiicial/Instagram)
During the promotion of her film ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’, Angelina Jolie was asked to send a message to India. He said that he has no words to express the grief of the people of India and show solidarity with them.
Mumbai. Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie recently shared a few words for frontline workers in India amid the second wave of coronavirus pandemic. Describing the current situation as “beyond heartbreaking”, the Hollywood star said that she stands in solidarity in India’s grief.
While promoting his upcoming film ‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’, he was asked to share a message for India. She is playing the role of a firefighter in this film. A news portal quoted them as saying that they are all with a very heavy heart, and they have no words to express their grief and show solidarity with the people of India.
According to the news published in TOI, the actress also said that she feels that the virus situation in India is heart-wrenching and they are all praying that it gets better. He said that his heart goes out to all the families who have lost many members of their family and who are still suffering from the virus at this time.
Talking further about her character in the film, Angelina said that she admires all the frontline workers who decided to dedicate their lives to do service jobs and risk their lives for others. According to him, there is no noble profession more than this. It is a beautiful thing to be in a profession that serves people. On the work front, Angelina will be seen debuting as Amar Thena in Marvel Cinematic Universe’s ‘Eternal’. The film also stars Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, Kit Harington, Gemma Chan and Kumail Nanjiani among many others. It is directed by Oscar winner Chloé Zhao. The film will release in the US on November 4, 2021.