Ms. Namita Nayyar: You are starring with Jon Hamm in Disney’s Million Dollar Arm in the role of Lisette. Tell us about this endeavor of yours?
Ms. Bar Paly: Well, I got to act against John Hamm and be directed by Craig Gillespie. I’m huge fan of both their work, so that was very exciting. I really loved being a part of this movie because it’s a comedy with such a wonderful, positive message. Million Dollar Arm is an inspirational true story about second chances. It’s a very relatable human story.
It’s about family, it’s about growing as a human being and about realizing what is important in life. It is about finding it within yourself to do things you didn’t know you were capable of. A film that’s a real mix of comedy and heart. The message of the movie is that even when you are up against the biggest obstacles you can find a way to break through and find success. Don’t miss it. It’s in theaters now! And if you want to see a much darker version of the American Dream check out Pain and Gain on DVD, or on demand at iTunes and Netflix.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: What you wish to say about the website Womenfitness.net and message for its visitors?
Ms. Bar Paly: Thank-you. I am honored for the opportunity to be able to potentially help woman live better, healthier lives.
To know more about Bar Paly, check out at: http://www.barpaly.com
Women Fitness Team thanks Bar Paly for giving her valuable time for this interview and quenching the thirst of her fans to know more about her and made this interview happen.
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