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Jakarta Post

Carissa Putri: Acting runs in the family

  • Indah Setiawati

    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Sun, February 6 2011   /  12:31 pm

Courtesy of Carissa PutriMany mothers see their daughters as little children, even when the kids have grown up into stunning women. Some daughters are too shy to get much attention, but things are different for Carissa Putri. The actress and model will always appreciate every drop of sweat from her mother. It was 9 p.m. when she finally agreed to have an interview with The Jakarta Post. “Is it okay if I eat during our interview? I haven’t had dinner and I am starving,” Carissa said after a ceremony for the filming of Catatan si Boy in which she plays Tasya, a follow up to the smash-hit series from the 1980s. She brought herself a plate of Selat Solo, a favorite dish from Central Java town of Surakarta, which is also known as Solo. It seemed, however, that Carissa did not take all the ingredients as she only had some cuts of beef steak and sweet brown soup on her plate. “People sa...