In an exclusive interview, Carrie-Anne Moss, a Hollywood star, discusses her love for Indian cuisine and expresses her wish to visit India, despite having only visited the country once for a brief visit.
Carrie-Anne Moss, a Hollywood actor, has always had a strong affinity for India and its culture, and she aspires to immerse herself in it and explore it more authentically in the near future. “I’ve always wanted to visit India. I’ve been to the country before, but only for a brief visit. “Now, I have a strong urge to go deep into India and (explore and) have that experience,” Moss says, her eyes bright with excitement as she connects with us through a video conference from New York. The actress, who is returning her legendary character of Trinity in The Matrix Resurrections after 20 years, discusses how she is fascinated by more than simply the country’s culture. In fact, she craves Indian food on a frequent basis when she needs some solace.
“I mean, it’s sort of superficial, but Indian food is my most favourite comfort meal.” If I’m in need of nutrients, or if I want to feel snug and connected to my heart, I cook Indian food or order Indian food. It’s fantastic. There’s something about it that appeals to me. For me, nothing beats Indian food,” says the 54-year-old. Moss, who was born in Canada, began her career as a model and went on to appear in a number of modest roles on television and in films until landing the role of ‘The Matrix girl’ in 1999. There was no turning back for her after that. Jessica Jones, Pompeii (2014), and Frankenstein (2014) are among her credits (2015). But it was The Matrix’s multibillion-dollar series that gave her the most renown, which is why she was excited to return to the story for the fourth chapter.
While preparing for her role as Trinity in the film, which also stars Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Purab Kohli, Moss says she has wrapped up her life experiences over the years. “Since then, we’ve expanded and evolved significantly.” We (she and her co-star Keanu Reeves) have progressed significantly. We’ve grown older, matured, gained a broader worldview, and gained life experiences that we can bring to the job while also bringing life to the character,” she concludes.