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She had a comical supporting role as the lip synching disco singer Sylk in the 2001 American movie Glitter, starring Mariah Carey.Lakshmi starred in the 2003 film Boom as Shiela Bardez, one of a trio of super models accused of stealing diamonds.Lakshmi has appeared on the covers of Redbook, Vogue India, FHM, Cosmopolitan, L'Officiel India, Asian Woman, Avenue, Industry Magazine, Marie Claire (India Edition), Harper's Bazaar, Town & Country and Newsweek.Her first cookbook Easy Exotic, a compilation of international recipes and short essays, was awarded Best First Book at the 1999 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards at Versailles.The latter formerly worked as an actress and classical dancer but is now pursuing a career working with children with special needs.In an interview in The Guardian, Lakshmi said, "My father had quit his job as an executive at Pfizer to manage her career. I didn't understand why he wanted that relationship with her, and not with me." her parents being Tamil Brahmin Iyers.Her debut memoir Love, Loss and What We Ate was released on International Women's Day, March 8, 2016.Lakshmi is her mother's only child, but she has a younger paternal half-brother and half-sister.
As a teenager growing up in Los Angeles, Lakshmi was bullied and endured racial taunts from classmates, which caused her to struggle to overcome "internalized self-loathing." Lakshmi graduated from Workman High School in the City of Industry, California.She is a 1992 graduate of Clark University, in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she received a BA with Honors, in Theatre Arts.Lakshmi was able to pay off her college loans by working as a model and actress.intense pain, cramping, nausea, headache, fatigue, and excessive blood flow.“I was told by my mother that this was just our lot in life, because I’m sure that’s what she was told by her mother,” [Lakshmi] says.
Lakshmi launched her first line of jewelry in 2009 entitled "Padma," which consisted of forty pieces. The first, entitled "The Padma Collection," is a line of elegant dinnerware composed of Moroccan ceramics and Turkish glass.