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actress Elizabeth Debicki shares her experience of sitting between actors Jude Law and Matt Damon at the Met Gala

Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki recently shared her experience of sitting between actors Jude Law and Matt Damon at the Met Gala, exclaiming, “Oh, my God! I’m in a Ripley sandwich.”

She was referring to the characters they all portrayed in “The Talented Mr. Ripley” film series.

Debicki did not share this observation with the two original “Ripley” actors at the event. She also mentioned having more fun at this year’s gala, attributing it to her age and newfound wisdom.

Debicki has garnered numerous awards for her acclaimed performance as Princess Diana on “The Crown.” When she won the BAFTA award over “Succession” star Sarah Snook, Debicki appeared genuinely surprised.

She explained that she had expected Snook, an actress she has known for years and used to compete with for roles, to win for her standout work on “Succession.”

Meanwhile, Bollywood actress Rashmika Mandana, who recently captivated audiences with her performance alongside Ranbir Kapoor in the blockbuster movie ‘Animal,’ has revealed a surprising aspect of her public appearances.

During the pre-release event of Anand Deverakonda’s new film ‘Gam Gam Ganesha,’ Rashmika chose to speak in Telugu instead of English, which piqued the curiosity of her fans.

A video clip from the event was shared on social media, where a fan expressed their desire to hear Rashmika speak in English. The fan’s message read, “Today you looked very beautiful, and we are very happy to see you, but we want to hear you as much as we see you.

But you continued to speak in Telugu at the event, which we couldn’t understand. If you speak in English, not only fans from the North but also those who speak Kannada, Tamil, or Malayalam will be able to understand you.”

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