Slumdog millionaire cast dating

Colson, onstage with many involved in creating "Slumdog," thanked the people who believed in the sleeper flick that became an international sensation.

Six-time Oscar nominee Kate Winslet took home the Best Actress statuette for her work in the WWII epic, "The Reader." The actress, shaking with emotion, was humble and humorous in her acceptance speech.

By Helena Sung Now available at your local Barnes & Noble and Borders Books is the February/March issue of Audrey Magazine and my intimate interview with Freida Pinto, star of “Slumdog Millionaire.” As Pinto’s popularity continues to skyrocket amidst Slumdog Millionaire’s multiple wins this past Sunday at the Oscars, tongues have begun wagging about the 24 year-old Indian beauty’s personal life. At the time I interviewed Freida in December 2008, she claimed that she was not getting married until she was 40.

Did a budding romance with her 18 year-old co-star, Dev Patel lead her to dump her fiance—by phone?

18-year-old Angelina (Ashley Hinshaw, Chronicle) shuffles between school, a dead-end job, her exploitative boyfriend (Jonny Weston) and home, where her life consists of cleaning up after her alcoholic mother (Lili Taylor) and protecting her younger sister from their menacing stepfather.

After arranging an escape to San Francisco with her best friend Andrew (Dev Patel, Slumdog Millionaire, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel), she soon finds herself dating a coke-addicted attorney and becoming immersed in the local porn industry, mentored by lesbian director Margaret, who has more than just a professional interest in Angelina's talents!

The son of Anita and Raj, Dev Patel was born in Harrow, London on 23 April 1990.

Sean's speech turned serious when he expressed gratitude for his win -- and drove home the message of equality that "Milk" represented, saying, "We've got to have equal rights for everyone." Check out the full list of Academy Award winners here.

From the slums of Mumbai to the hills of Hollywood -- "Slumdog Millionaire" went from almost being released straight to DVD -- to winning eight Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director Danny Boyle.

"We've been on an extraordinary journey," producer Christian Colson said when accepting the film's award.

The first occasion when he demonstrated his acting aptitudes was the point at which he joined the cast of the controversial television series Skins in which he got the consideration of director Danny Boyle.

Being on a hunt for a non-traditional leading man of Indian plummet for his new film, Boyle appeared to have found what he was searching for in Dev Patel.

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