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Music Monday: Jai Ho from Slumdog Millionaire Justice for Slum Kids

Written By David D'Angelo on Monday, June 8, 2009 | 6/08/2009

Today I finall Slumdog Millionaire, a movie which Iy watched commented on because of the injustice its producers had made to its child actors. The child actors of this movie still languishes in the slums, a great irony of the message this movie tells everyone. Slumdog Millionaire tells the story of hope, of justice and light after darkness. This is the reason why the movie had gained great acceptance. It is because many of us can relate to who Jamal Malik is. There is a Jamal Malik in each of us. A person who wants to triumph over all the trials. This is our Music Monday, Jai Ho... a dance of hope and justice. Justice for Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail! Justice for the children who still languishes in the slums around the world.


Jai Ho - The Story (HQ) - Slumdog Millionaire 2008/9 -- Stars Left In the COLD.
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3 comments:

Stanis said...

haha! i luv this one!

Shen said...

A movie's message if it is to be effective should be emulated by those who had made the movie otherwise it is only all for show off.

Shen said...

FInally they have a new home and they are alleviated from their slums... hoping that they achieve success in life and that these kid actors from Slumdog Millionair also help other people and alleviate them from the slums of India. Good luck!