Slumdog Millionaire

Slumdog Millionaire

Album Category: English, Film
Year: 2009
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Lyricist: Wendy Parr, Blaaze, Gulzar, Tanvi Shah, A.R. Rahman, M.I.A., Raqueeb Alam
Label: T-Series
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Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Danny Boyle. PRODUCER: Christian Colson. STORY: Vikas Swarup. SCREENPLAY: Simon Beaufoy. ACTOR: Dev Patel, More...
 



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Ringa Ringa
 
Singer: Alka Yagnik, Ila Arun
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Lyricist: Raqueeb Alam
Genre: Filmi
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Jai Ho
Singer: Sukhwinder Singh, Tanvi Shah, Mahalakshmi Iyer, Vijay Prakash
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Lyricist: Gulzar, Tanvi Shah
Genre: Filmi
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O Saya
 
Singer: M.I.A., A.R. Rahman
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Lyricist: A.R. Rahman, M.I.A.
Genre: Pop
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Riots
 
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Genre: Filmi
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Mausam And Escape
 
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Genre: Rock, Filmi
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Liquid Dance
 
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Genre: Filmi, Carnatic, Hip-hop
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Latika's Theme
 
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Genre: Pop, New Age
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Millionaire
 
Singer: Madhumitha
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Genre: Electronic
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Gangsta Blues
 
Singer: Blaaze, Tanvi Shah
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Lyricist: Blaaze
Genre: Hip-hop
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Dreams On Fire
Singer: Suzanne D'Mello
Music Director: A.R. Rahman
Lyricist: Wendy Parr, Blaaze
Genre: Pop
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • While accepting the Oscar for Best Original Score for this film, A.R. Rahman dedicated the award to his mother saying "Mere paas Ma hai" ("I have mother" in Hindi), the famous line from the film "Deewaar" (1975).[1]
  • The lead character of this film was asked in a quiz to identify the poet who wrote the song "Darshan Do Ghansyham" and answered Surdas. The quizmaster accepted the answer. In reality, the song was written by Gopal Singh Nepali, inspired by the words of the poet Narsinh Mehta, for the film "Narsi Bhagat" (1957). The composer of the song, Ravi, sued the makers of the film for Rs. 20 crores for using the song in the film without permission. Gopal Singh Nepali's son, Nakul Singh Nepali, also sued the filmmaker's for Rs. 5 crores for defamation/loss of reputation of his father.[2]
  • This film is based on Vikas Swarup's debut novel "Q & A".

    Song

  • Jai Ho - It was Interscope Records' Jimmy Iovine's idea to make the Pussycat Dolls version of this song. This version was released separately as a single.
  • Jai Ho - Gulzar had originally written this song for the film "Yuvvraaj" (2008). The director of "Yuvvraaj", Subhash Ghai, had thought that the song's lyrics were too refined for this film and asked him to write another song instead. A.R. Rahman had then sought Ghai's permission to use the song in this film. When Ghai agreed, Gulzar made a few changes to the lyrics and Rahman then recorded it.[3][4]



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