Critic Ratings

Slumdog Millionaire review by Hindustan Times
Slumdog Millionaire critic rating (Hindustan Times): 5
Slumdog Millionaire review by ibnlive.com
Slumdog Millionaire critic rating (ibnlive.com): 4
Slumdog Millionaire review by bollywoodhungama.com
Slumdog Millionaire critic rating (bollywoodhungama.com): 4
Slumdog Millionaire review by The Telegraph
Slumdog Millionaire critic rating (The Telegraph): 4
Slumdog Millionaire review by Times of India
Slumdog Millionaire critic rating (Times of India): 4.5
 
 

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Review of

Slumdog Millionaire  (2009 - English)

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

My Rating

  • Slumdog Millionaire rating: 0 out of 10(Anonymous wrote on 27 Jan 2009)

    BAKWAAS, PATHETIC, DISGUSTING!!!

    Now how would people react who had watched the film already? They will try to marofy me na. I know I know. But by this we can predict that how impact the film had given to the people. Now this is the review. I bet if you just ask the audience about how did you felt after watching this film. Then the answer would be one ‘Superb, Fantastic, Mind Blowing, etc etc.’ There are lots of reviews downside but overall the moral would be the same.

    I know how the film took success..to know just read below.

    The film is really worth watching with entire family. All the elements of this film are really worth watching. I just saw the interview at NDTV with cast and crew of this film. And believe me the entire cast and crew were so confidence about winning an Oscar. Now that’s a big thing. David said I already knew that it would come in an Oscar nomination as we were scripting the film. Wow!! Now that’s what I would call ‘Self-confidence’ comes. In an interview session David said their entire cast and crew, ya even the Cast, visited the slum areas and did a lots of research before enacting anything into the screenplay. Now that’s were the ‘Perfection’ comes. The writer of the film said as the film is based on some novel, in that the name of three musketers “Jamal, Salim & Latika” were totally different and were in that way that the names were resembling the mixture of the religions (Hindu, Muslim & Christianity) but the writer didn’t took that and the question evolved that why they didn’t took that as it was the beautiful thing to do. But he said “NO” the film didn’t appealed that so that’s why they didn’t took that. Now that’s were the ‘Proffesionalism’ comes. The casting incharge Loveleen Tandon said she purposely didn’t cast any of the superstar like Mr.Big B or Sharukh Rukh Khan because the second part of the KBC Show was very crucial to show. So they thought the impact will not be that much if they choose any big superstar. They want that person who is a superstar and also not a media hype person. And then they had choosen Mr.Anil Kapoor who played extremely a stunning performance. I personally feel that no one else could play this role besides Mr.Anil Kapoor. Now that’s where “Commitment” comes towards your work.

    All in all the moral of their interview and the formula for their success was “PASSION + COMMITMENT = LEGEND”

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