Neelam Gill and Leonardo DiCaprio, File/AFP
Gulf Today Report
The trouble with celebrities is that every part of their private life comes under a microscopic scan. That applies to Hollywood stars, including the industry’s most eligible bachelor, Leonardo DiCaprio. A little bird says that the actor was spotted dining with British-Indian model Neelam Gill, setting off talk that the two could be dating.
DiCaprio was seen having dinner with the part-Punjabi model and her mother, Irmelin Indenbirken, and some friends at the Chiltern Firehouse in London.
The actor had a black mask on, while Gill, who’s 28 years old, was in an all-black outfit.
Interestingly, DiCaprio was spotted leaving a hotel in Cannes with Gill and a few other women about a week ago. But to deflate any curiosity about a brewing romance, let it be stated that Gill is not dating the Titanic actor. Or so we are told.
Neelam Gill has been modelling since she was 14. She was present at the Cannes Film Festival, so was DiCaprio whose movie, ‘Killers of the Flower Moon,’ was being screened at the event, according to a report in a section of the Indian media.
Gill is not the first woman the debonair Hollywood star is supposed to have dated. Four years ago, Camila Morrone was his companion, his arm candy. They called it quits in August last year. Last month, he was seen dining with supermodel Gigi Hadid, the ex of ex-member of the One Direction band Zayn Malik.
Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio has joined the fight to end racial disparity in the US, and says he is committed to "listen, learn and take action".
Though acting and modelling came naturally to him, he chose to underpin it with academics such as an undergraduate degree in mass media and post-graduation in fashion design.
A true story of greed, love and murder set in the 1920s, when members of the newly oil-rich Osage Nation in Oklahoma began dying and disappearing in mysterious circumstances, the twisty crime drama hits theaters in October.
Being present as a mother, Angelina Jolie explained, kept her from delving deeper into the darkness she’d faced in the last decade
The biennale will highlight the art of calligraphy, its beauty, and its role in enhancing communication between cultures.
"Alankrita Anvita, Ankur Mukherjee, Amrit Mahajan and I shared and carried that sentiment with us. It really was like finding a community. Meetings were held, not in production houses but in homes over food and music, jokes, and poetry.”