Of course, it won't be long until everyone finds out the answer to this burning question, because as Jamal sits down to find out whether he will be rich beyond his wildest dreams, 60 million viewers remain transfixed to their televisions eager to see if he'll correctly answer the final question. Each claims to be the widow of long-dead doo-wop singer-songwriter Frankie Lyman, and each wants years of royalties due to his estate, money Levy has never shared. Rahman's earnest involvement in getting along with creative thoughts of the cinematographer and Danny Boyle has yielded the best results. Now, after 27 years, here the Indian dreams getting accomplished yet again. At the heart of its storytelling lies the question of how anyone comes to know the things they know about life and love. Though life on the streets was never easy, Jamal's experiences ultimately instilled in him the knowledge he needed to answer the tough questions posed to him on 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire'.
Precisely, it's worthy calling the film as the 'Good-Bad-and-The Ugly' of Mumbai. Even, if a ticket costs a million dollars!!! The glimpse on his reactions as Irrfan questions 'Who's there on 100 rupee Indian Note? Richard Attenborough's 'The Gandhi' touched the feat of honor. Doubtlessly, 'Jai Ho' and 'O. But one question remains a mystery: what is this young man with no apparent desire for riches really doing on the game show? He's only one correct question away from the big prize. As icing on the cake, the Musical score by Rahman makes it big with the visual perception.
Nithin Desai's set decoration of 'Kaun Banega Crorepathi' and the marvelous Taj Mahal are a masterpiece. Madhur Mittal as Older Salim overwhelms with sparkling acting especially in the penultimate sequences. Verdict: Watch it any cost. Nancy, deciding to go with it, happens to hop on the most chaotic yet hilarious journey of her life which neither of them will ever forget. Eighteen year old Jamal Malik is having an amazing answering streak on Kaun Banega Crorepati? Accused of cheating and desperate to prove his innocence, an eighteen-year-old orphan from the slums of Mumbai reflects back on his tumultuous life while competing to win 20 million rupees on India's 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire' in Danny Boyle's inspirational drama.
As young boys, Jamal and his older brother, Salim, lived in squalor, and lost their mother in a mob attack on Muslims. Jamal Malik Dev Patel may not have a penny to his name, but that could all change in a matter of hours. Saurabh Shukla does his characterization which is presented with finesse. We have never seen Mumbai's slums so deeply. But, gets her depicted attractive sans a lavish makeover.
Pushed by his ambitious mother to seek the position of consul, Coriolanus is at odds with the masses and unpopular with certain colleagues. Is it purely luck that they have asked him the questions to which he knows the answers? The cinematographer doesn't fail to capture even the minutest props with the best-innovative placements of camera angles. Don't assume this to be Danny's statements; but it is for those audiences who expect a solid substance from it. Saayo' are electrifying making you feel to watch it over again for many times. Arrested by police under suspicion of cheating, Jamal is interrogated by the authorities. The police simply can't believe that a common Slumdog could possibly possess the knowledge to get this far into a brain game game, and in order to convince them of how he gained such knowledge, Jamal begins reflecting back on his childhood.
A staggering film that offers you surprises and irresistible shocks that even Mumbaikers wouldn't have noticed. Together, the pair vow to destroy the great city. Though Jamal makes a convincing case for himself, one question still remains: why would a young man with no apparent desire for wealth or fame be so determined to win big on a national game show? Well, you don't have Frieda Pinto appearing for more than 30mins 3 different girls on different ages of Latika's characterization. For sure, you wouldn't need an illustration for this. A groovy narration with joy, pain, union, separation, tragedy and love doesn't get anyone's attentions scattered.
When you've a British Filmmaker and Indian Artists are on the show, 'a mind-boggling' magic goes on. Thanks to Danny Boyle who has made us wonder how versatile filmmakers of our Country weren't able to present such a mirror-image of Mumbai, its beauty and the other side. He's one question away from taking the top prize on India's most popular television game show, but as with everything else in Jamal's life, it isn't going to be easy. On the whole, 'Slumdog Millionaire' has various reasons to capture everyone's attention. Each chapter of Jamal's increasingly layered story reveals where he learned the answers to the show's seemingly impossible quizzes.
With the whole nation watching, he is just one question away from winning a staggering 20 million rupees on India's Kaun Banega Crorepati? Nevertheless, there's something more close to your hearts than these factors of emotional vistas. To a certain extent, title song 'O Saayo' seems to be carrying the traces of opening scene in Fernando Meirelles' 'City of God'. Anil Kapoor deserves great appraisals for the bold attempt of picking a characterization of negative shades. If you're looking out for any messages to be perceived - yeah, you've one. The story of Jamal Malik, an 18 year-old orphan from the slums of Mumbai, who is about to experience the biggest day of his life.
When the new day dawns and Jamal returns to answer the final question, the Inspector and sixty million viewers are about to find out. When a riot results in his expulsion from Rome, Coriolanus seeks out his sworn enemy, Tullus Aufidius. Well, this flick isn't merely about 'A Slumdog turning millionaire overnight', but the heart-and-soul encounters faced by a lad on his way from 'Rags to Riches'. Probably, the most top-charting show of 'Who wants to be a Millionaire', 'Kaun Banega Crorepathi' should have earlier pulled everyone. Irrfan Khan with his casual efforts picks your attention. Wanna hear his Punch dialogues? Ever heard about the line 'Reality Bites', you should have. Dev Patel has an inborn talent that's so evident on his gestures and actions on every frame.
. Each chapter of his story reveals the key to the answer to one of the game show's questions. Simon Beaufoy's gripping screenplay of continuous switching over times of past-and-present, keeps you edge-seated for every single second of the 120 minutes. Seeing Jamal's life journey to this point ultimately answers these questions. The technical aspects are enthralling.