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TV series ’24’ gets an Indian makeover

US hit series "24" will undergo its first foreign adaptation featuring one of Bollywood's biggest stars, "Slumdog Millionaire" star Anil Kapoor.

Mumbai slum fire destroys home of Slumdog actor

A fire in a Mumbai slum destroyed the one-room shack of <i>Slumdog Millionaire</i> child actress Rubina Ali, leaving her family homeless, Ali said.

Slumdog stars’ cash demands disappoint Danny Boyle

Danny Boyle, Oscar-winning director of <i>Slumdog Millionaire</i>, has baulked at fresh demands from the families of two child stars of the film.

Oscar loves the Brits

<i>Slumdog Millionaire</i> and <i>The Reader</i>'s Academy Awards expose a long-standing love affair, writes David Thomson.

Untapped centre of the world

Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor tells Hannah Pool why the future belongs to India. He stars in <i>Slumdog Millionaire</i>.

Slumdog, Ledger lead Oscar betting

<i>Slumdog Millionaire</i> is the strongest best picture favourite and late actor Heath Ledger is all but guaranteed to win a posthumous Oscar.

In the diplomatic bag

Bestselling author Vikas Swarup tells Mandy Rossouw why he's still a bureaucrat at heart.

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