The star plays the role of a person who goes on a year-long cultural and spiritual trip to India, Italy and Bali in the film and admits she couldn’t resist tucking in to hearty plates of pizza and pasta during the scenes shot in Rome. “I’ve always been a friend of food. I probably put on about seven pounds in Rome when we were shooting. I ate a lot of pizzas in Naples. It was just great. But it was hard on take 10 on a giant plate of pasta,” dailyrecord.co.uk quoted her as saying.
“It is a challenge and I love a good meal. Someone suggested I had a spit bucket but I can’t do that because it makes me gag. It just grosses me out,” she added.
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