Oscar winner Charlize Theron (Monster) reportedly listened
to Indian chanting music for
during her latest
Dior campaign shootout.
Theron, 34 years old actress-director-producer-model, was
participating in fast-paced photo-shoot for Dior's fragrance
Adore. She reportedly depended on relaxing Indian
chants to deal with the fast pace of the shooting and remain
inspired. She is the face of J
Adore, which is celebrating
tenth anniversary, and the campaign is reportedly launching
Acclaimed Hindu statesman Rajan Zed has urged Theron to
explore Hinduism also, which was the oldest and third
largest religion of the world with about one billion
adherents and a rich philosophical thought.
In a statement in Nevada
(USA) recently, Zed said that if
Theron needed any spiritual direction, he or other Hindu
scholars would gladly provide it.
Rajan Zed, who is president of Universal
Society of Hinduism, further said that popularity of sacred
chanting (kirtan) was continually growing in USA, Canada and
Europe because listeners find the powerful healing and
transformational energies of these ancient chants calming
and focusing the mind, uplifting, providing a soothing
melody, inspiring, bringing peace and connectedness, etc.
Mostly in Sanskrit, it is one of the oldest sacred music
genres of the world, which originated in India many
Theron, who reportedly practiced yoga for a number of years,
was named Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive in 2007 and is a
United Nations Messenger of Peace.
Renowned fashion house
Christian Dior Group, headquartered in Paris, is known
for its iconic upscale products. Its J
perfume, described as
an invitation to a lush garden
blossoming with intensity and emotion
, sells at $92.
Founded in 1946, Bernard Arnault is its chairman while
Sidney Toledano is chief executive officer.