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Slumdog Millionaire critic rating (Hindustan Times): 5
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Slumdog Millionaire critic rating (The Telegraph): 4
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Slumdog Millionaire critic rating (Times of India): 4.5

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Slumdog Millionaire  (2009 - English)

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Slumdog Millionaire cumulative rating: 3.75 out of 53.75/5 (111 users)

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  • Slumdog Millionaire rating: 10 out of 10(Aakash Barvalia wrote on 26 Jan 2009)

    Just one phrase “_______”
    I am speechless!!!

    Great direction, Great Cinematography, Excellent piece of Editing, an Extraordinary screenplay and a Ding Dong Performance by talented new comers.

    This film deserves an Oscar award and A.R.Rehman deserves the God of the film industry.

    I am just unable to write anything about this movie, the expression are just....Blank!
    But I would like to share that any different topic which is interrelated to the exactly Contrasts topic, always works. Like for example “Lagaan”. The topic was the villagers fighting with Britishers for their tax burden and which is combined with cricket masala in that. The film just hit worldwide even nominated for the Oscar. Similarly this is describing the life of the slum people focused on three kids and combined with the KBC masala into that. Results: the film hit like a bullzye on his target. But one has to transform these both different subjects into one, and that to in a very very creative and in a smart manner. I loved the inter cut business which the director had played in this film. Very brilliant. Muahh for that!

    And you know whats the interesting part of this film. I had just watched the interview session between the cast and crew. It was so beautiful that I was unable to sleep that whole day. David said that first part of the kids (Salim, Jamal and rest) were played by actually slum guys. The second and the third part of the kids were fictional and professionals. Just see the piece of work of these kids and just compare. The slum kids just rocks even not being professional. Now this is were the team had shown their passion.

    Each every scenes rather each and very shots of the film will blow up your mind. Lot and lot of research results the perfection. Results , we all know. On a personal side it teaches you a lot!!!

    Example: You don’t have to be a genius….to be a millionaire… : )

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