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In the latest issue of , gushes about how much Dev means to her:"I don't think anybody—not even family or friends—can understand what the two of us have been through.

As beautiful as it is, there are parts of it that just become a bit tiring to deal with. ' But I guess he was right in a way; we are soul mates." Freida Pinto And Dev Patel Get Cozy In Israel Despite their six year age gap, Freida says that her parents are relieved that she is with a "nice Indian boy instead of off in Hollywood with Colin Farrell.""The first time, my mom was like, ' Well, he’s six years younger than you are.' I said, ' I know.

The paparazzi, for example, and not having privacy. I don’t know how it happened.' But she met him and it all worked out," she added.

If I do get married one fine day, which I know I will, they'll be happy for me.

The 24-year-old Londoner has revealed he is still "incredibly close" to Freida, 30, whom he dated for six years.

The pair were sweethearts who met filming the Danny Boyle movie in 2008, but they confirmed their split at the end of last year.

Freida Pinto has spoken for the first time about her split from Dev Patel. "Everybody has their own little discoveries to make," the 30-year-old actress told .

The couple decided to end their six-year romance in December 2014, although their break-up wasn’t confirmed until February, during an interview Dev gave to the . "She's just a really generous, patient human being who has been one of the most impactful people on my life. "Their own surprises, their own disappointments, and they're all part and parcel of life.

A lot of my motivation has come from her, from being with her and knowing her." CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Freida Pinto and Dev Patel split up in December 2014 but remain very close Out of respect for Freida and their romance, he declined to comment any further on their break-up. "There is no way one person can sit down and go, ' But why did this happen to me?

' Or, ' It was all going well, what the hell happened? That's never going to change." Freida Pinto is busy promoting her latest project, indie movie , which tells the true story of dancer Afshin Ghaffarian, who started an underground dance troupe in Tehran, despite a strict religious ban during the 2009 Iranian election.

' Or, ' No, this just can't be' - the denial of it.

"Running away from it is not going to help you find your answers.

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