Slumdog: Who Wants to Be A Millionaire ? and Popular Bollywood Film

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Slumdog
Millionaire
is
a
successful
and
popular
Bollywood
film.
Bollywood
films
are
 movies
that
are
produced
in
Mumbai
in
India,
and
this
is
one
of
the
largest
film
 productions
in
the
whole
world.


In
the
film,
we
get
an
insight
in
India’s
culture,
and
how
the
industry
is
changing.
The
 film
is
a
about
a
boy
called
Jamal.
He
is
a
poor
18‐year
old
boy
who
lives
in
the
slum
in
 India.
He
joins
a
TV‐show
called
“Who
wants
to
be
a
millionaire”
and
tries
out
for
the
big
 price,
20,000,000
rupees.
But
he
don’t
want
the
money,
he
only
wants
to
find
the
love
of
 his
life,
Latika.
Jamal
knows
that
Latika
are
watching
the
show,
and
that
is
why
he
joined.
 Trough
the
movie,
we
get
an
insight
in
how
the
Indian
life
is.
We
see
the
development
 between
two
brothers,
and
most
importantly,
the
relationship
between
a
boy
and
a
girl.
 Jamal
knows
the
answers
to
the
questions,
and
that
is
why
the
producers
behind
the
TV‐ show
think
that
he
is
a
cheater.

How
can
a
slum
dog know
so
much?
The
police
take
him
 in,
and
try
to
get
him
to
confess
that
he
is
a
cheater.
But
in
the
end,
they
understand
that
 he
knew
the
answers.
At
the
last
question
he
chooses
to
call
a
friend,
and
he
calls
the
 only
number
he
got.
Latika
answers
the
phone,
and
then
Jamal
knows
that
she
is
safe.
 Jamal
wins
the
big
prize
and
gets
Latika
in
the
end.
 The
main
characters
in
the
film
are
Jamal,
Salim
and
Latika.
They
call
themselves
“the
 tree
musketeers”
and
together
they
experience
ups
and
downs.
Salim,
who
is
the
oldest
 consider
himself
as
the
boss,
because
of
the
fact
that
he
is
the
oldest.
His
act
against
his
 brother
isn’t
good.
There
are
contrasts
between
Salim
and
Jamal.
Salim
are
the
harsh
 one,
and
Jamal
is
the
good
one.
It
is
all
based
on
jealousy.
Salim
is
jealous
on
Jamal,
and
I
 think
this
is
why
Salim
is
acting
in
they
way
he
does.
The
actors
are
doing
a
great
job
 with
their
characters.

They
express
their
feelings
in
the
way
they
are
supposed
to
...
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