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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Slumdog Millionaire - screen caps galore & dedication to the child stars



Ever since I have reviewed Slumdog Millionaire, a lot of people have landed on my blog. A lot of them were looking for screen caps of the film.

No more worries. After watching the movie at least six times, I decided to make screen caps.

Had to include the **child stars** who I think were the best in the film.

Directed by Danny Boyle



Co-directed by Loveleen Tandon



Based on the novel, Q&A
by Vikas Swarup



Just click on thumbnails to view larger
(images with numbers)



Ayush Mahesh Khedekar
Youngest Jamal







Tanay Hemant Chheda
Middle Jamal




Dev Patel
Oldest Jamal








Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail
Youngest Salim





Ashutosh Lobo Gajiwala
Middle Salim




Madhur Mittal
Oldest Salim







Rubina Ali
Youngest Latika





Tanvi Ganesh Lonkar
Middle Latika




Freida Pinto
Oldest Latika






Sanchita Choudhary
Salim & Jamal's mother.
According to IMDB, she played Tanya in Singh is Kinng






Anil Kapoor
Game Show host, Prem Kumar



Irrfan Khan
Police Inspector






Ayush Mahesh Khedekar & Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail
Yougest Jamal & Salim






Ayush Mahesh Khedekar & Rubina Ali
Youngest Jamal & Latika




Tanay Hemant Chheda & Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail
Middle Jamal & Salim




Dev Patel & Freida Pinto
Oldest Jamal & Latika



"Jai Ho"
by Oscar-winning artist, A.R. Rahman
Ending Credits & Dance







5 comments:

Darshit said...

Seems you *love* this movie so much :) This idea of thumbnails is nice. So that one can open in a new window, and ur post loads faster [on slower connections like us :(].

Thanks for reminding me, that I need to re-watch it. And voila, a nearby multiplex is re-playing it [you know the multiplex conflict].

Nicki said...

Darshit - yes, I love this movie despite the flaws and my complaints about Dev and Freida.

Wow, I never thought about my screencaps loading up really slow for slower connections. I'm so sorry!

Maybe I will post more thumbnails in the future. It's just that Imageshack (where I host these particular screen caps) automatically has thumbnail options. I don't think the other sites where I upload do either. Regardless, I think I may go that route when I screen cap again - especially for the ones that I have so many caps of!

There are a few films that I have reviewed but not have a lot of screen caps or me listing out the songs like I usually do. I may end up doing that, especially when I first started blogging and for those films I've seen in the theatre.

bollywooddeewana said...

you definitely put a lot of effort into your screen caps, as much as i enjoy it sometimes, i do have to say taking screencaps can be so annoying, you need to know the right time and when the image is blurrry, it makes you go arrrrrrgggghhhh cos then you have to go back and try to capture it correctly...Lol

Nicki said...

Thanks bollywooddeewana. I totally agree with you about screen caps can be annoying cause you have to capture the right moment. :)

I started taking screen caps because seriously, Hmong people are visual people. Their famous saying, "no pic, no care."

So because of that, I started to screen cap to show them what is in the movie and many have become interested in that reason. :)

bollywooddeewana said...

I have to say, i'm quite Visual as well, i like the idea of screen grabs, i think blogging about bollywood without screencaps is less fun/boring