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Mira Nair provides insights into how many of the unique scenes were shot.
He struggles to earn and save money, so that he can return home to his mother and the family whom he misses, only to be duped in the end by one in whom he had trusted.
It is very difficult to differentiate between the act and the real thing because so many "ordinary" people were used in the making of this movie.
The Jains, the Hindus, the Sikhs all practice such consideration in their daily life against harming creatures, how could such a country be cruel to the Nepalese girls? Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dwight
Awesome film about street urchins in India - and particularly about a boy whose family has abandoned him. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ethosian
A film which gives a very realistic picture of real life for children on the street in Mumbay. A film which goes to the heart and moves you.Published 19 months ago by Lena Kristensen
A film I did not expect to hit me as it did, `Salaam Bombay' is a small yet impressive feature that details a tragic slice of culture we may not be wholly aware of. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Andrew Ellington
It does not play at all except on a friends computer wont play on any tv i feel ripped offPublished 24 months ago by Robin
This movie is a very realistic portrayal of homeless children in Bombay. I love the special features especially when they catch up with some of the actors many years after the... Read morePublished on December 7, 2012 by Big Mama
I think many people have already reviewed Mira Nair's wonderful movie and it touches the heart in ways that much more scripted films about India don't. Read morePublished on October 6, 2012 by R. Strickler
Note: The film is presented in Hindi with English, Spanish and French subtitles.
The 1998 film `Salaam Bombay' weaves a heartbreaking tale that is lived out everyday by... Read more