Seriously? Why? What were their protest about?Incidentally, slumdwellers associations in Mumbai were protesting against the movie. Does that tell you somehing that you ought to be discussing here?
Hahaha, those multi-million dollar Indian movies don't have funds to buy the right cameras for some night shots?What nonsense. Have you seen Bombay? Satya? Parzania? Indian movies have depicted the "underbelly" of mumbai several times.
however, I'll agree that no mainstream film director has shot candid sequences in the slums themselves, and that is largely because of technical considerations. Its pretty much impossible to shoot a film in that environment without some specialized equipment - the specialized camera required for the film was an experimental one that is under development - and was actually used for the first time in this movie.
Weak man, weak.
Again you can't go 2 arguments without making your posts more about me or any other member rather than talk on topic. Seems like your only weak discourse of defence is to resort to character assassination rather than go ahead with the debate.And no, Indians have not been caught with their "pants down". That's only in the minds of India-haters like yourself.
Why are they fooling the world? To attract investment? Imagine the shock investors would get when they are promised the Taj Mahel and get Mumbai's slums instead.Infact, the image of India is still very much one of squalor and poverty, which media campaigners have battled against in recent years in order to attract investment, tourism and interest in the country.
My interest in India's slums is that nothing good can come out of these places for Pakistan. These children seem to be a byproduct of a lot of hate, torture, injustice. At some level this would permeate into the Indian society that does interface with us.