'Thor' Chris Hemsworth Has An Emotional Reason For Naming His Daughter India. Read Here

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Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth, whose daughter is named India, holds the country very dear to his heart.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth, whose daughter is named India, holds the country very dear to his heart. Although, the 'Thor' actor found shooting in India an 'intimidating but exciting experience', he stated that he always felt like a rockstar in doing so. The actor was in India in 2018 shooting for his Netflix project, 'Dhaka'. In an interview with a leading media publication, Hemsworth revealed the real reason behind naming his daughter after the country. He stated that he and his wife spent a lot of downtimes in the country and so it felt appropriate to do so. 

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Apart from daughter India Rose, Hemsworth shares twin sons Sasha and Tristan with Pataky. 

The actor will next be seen in  'Men in Black'. The spinoff takes place in the same universe as the previous 'Men in Black' movies but shifts the action to MIB's London headquarters. Hemsworth and Thompson are later joined by Emma Thompson, who reprises her role as Agent O from Men in Black 3, and Liam Neeson as the head of MIB's UK branch.

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Directed by F. Gary Gray, the movie also stars Rebecca Ferguson and Kumail Nanjiani. Based on the comic book series, the 'Men in Black' movie franchise kicked off in 1997."MIB: International" will hit the theatres in June 2019.

Apart from Hemsworth, the legendary South African fielder Jonty Rhodes also named his daughter India, as the country has a rich mix of culture, heritage, and tradition and also because he loves the combination. 



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