Slumdog millionaire film…

Slumdog millionaire film scene

Slumdog millionaire film scene

The story of Jamai  Malik an 18 year old- orphan from the slums of Mumbai, who is about to experience the biggest day of his life with the whole nation watch. He is just one question away from winning a staggering 20 million rupee on India’s “ who wants to be a millionaire” but when the show breaks for the night police arrest him on suspicion of cheating how could a street kid know so much. Desperate to prove his innocence Jamal tells the story of his life in the slum where he and his brother grew up, of their adventures together on the road of vicious encounters with local gangs.

This story entrenched in everyone’s mind. Slums children education is in the home, but more often in the mud paths that pass for streets in the slum. Childhood is shortened. Children have to do something useful for the family’s survival. In this film Jamal answered the all question through his experience in slums. Though, he did not have the facilities to study, his slum experiences taught a lot in his life and made worthy.

           

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4 Responses to “Slumdog millionaire film…”

  1. auwstudents Says:

    Hi Thaso!
    Good job! Have you seen the film? Do you think it is an accurate portrayal of slum life?

    -Ms Amy

  2. Yes. I have seen that two times. Though the story was not true, the scenes are in that film shows the difficulties in slums. Actually , in my view i think those are the problems that slum people are facing.

  3. poorvoices Says:

    Hey Thaso,

    I am so glad you included a post relating the movie. It is really a great movie, and not to forget it won the so many oscar awards recently. It really depicts the real life of people in slums.

    Great post.

    Peace
    Prabi

  4. Excellent film. We know the facts shown in the movie. May be, elsewhere in the world the people face the same problems or rather worse. How to improve the life of the POOR ? We must find out. We must ACT.

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