9-year-old Slumdog Millionaire actress Rubina Ali's memoir is less of an autobigraphy and more of a trashy Hollywood tell-all!
A memoir at 9???
Talking shit at age 9???
Even though her money-grubbing dad is most likely the one behind this shiz!
Slumgirl Dreaming: My Journey To The Stars, penned by journalist Divya Dugar, is a meager 192 pages with only 24 pages detailing Ali's life before Slumdog.
Dugar shadowed the young actress for 6 months in the slums of Mumbai, with the remaining 168 pages of the autobiography detailing Ali's life coming off of the Oscar-winning film.
Even though Ali's dad claimed the autobiography would recount his daughter's struggles, the memoir specifically hones in on the behind-the-scene details of the French commercial Ali shot with acclaimed actress Nicole Kidman for Schweppes.
Even though the two shared a trailer, Ali calls Kidman "strange" in the memoir, saying the actress refused to leave her trailer during the day because she was "scared of the sun."
Rubina is a gossip blogger in the making!!!
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