Age: 35 (5/29/1982)Occupation: Media - Journalist Most Famous For: niece of assassinated Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto "Our two choreographers on the movie, they're really, really good friends, So I work it out with them and then I go show Jenna for approval. It's an interesting thing that actors have to deal with.
If I was just doing some movie about strippers, then she'd probably be like, 'Why do you want to do that?
Having witnessed the aftermath of her father's assassination at the hands of Pakistani security forces when she was only 14 years old (her father was Benazir's younger brother Murtaza Bhutto who is not without his own critics) young Fatima (she'll be 27 this May to Clooney's 48) got an early start on critical political analysis and has tread with focus on a path toward educating herself.
Her biggest break on the international scene was, arguably, her widely read opinion published in The Los Angeles Times in November 2007, shortly after Benazir returned for her triumphant comeback to political power, in which Fatima noted that her aunt's "political posturing is sheer pantomime" and that "to this day her role in [Murtaza Bhutto's] assassination has never been adequately answered." The daughter of a Bhutto son and an Afghan woman who moved to the US when Fatima was a toddler, Fatima considers her step-mother Ghinwa, a Syrian-Lebanese woman whom Murtaza married after he divorced Fatima's mother, to be her true mother. Well, maybe this ol' Obama supporter is out with the old and in with the new not just in politics but in women. A magnification of a few casual communications among participants at an international conference.
If you really care about Fatima, you'll let her go...
Fatima Bhutto, the fiery poet-journalist niece of slain former Pakistani premier Benazir Bhutto, may be dating Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney."Tricky long distance, Pakistan-to-US dating logistics aside, we think the two would make a nice couple. Clooney and Fatima, who lives with her stepmother and half brother in a plush suburb of Karachi, met at an international conference last year."He's still out there with his usual assortment of Hollywood eye-candy hanging from his arm.
Rumor has it -- and hopefully it's just a rumor -- that George Clooney might be seeking higher love, so to speak, in the form of Benazir Bhutto's niece: the poet, journalist and outspoken critic of Benazir, Fatima Bhutto.
Fatima, unlike her aunt -- so far -- has a pretty clean slate when it comes to the rumor-mill.
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