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Contrary to most theories on becoming rich, the writer gives hope to the employed that they too can get rich without having to start their own business. The formula of getting rich is through saving a few dollars a day, which over time if invested properly promises wealth. An amazing and transforming theory of paying oneself first and then the bills and debts is definitely worth keeping. The writer is also all for home ownership, which will increase ones equity. All these recommended steps must be automated in order to work through standing bank
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The Slumdog Millionaire is a novel written by Vikas Swarup which was first published in the year 2005. The novel revolves around the life of Ram Muhammad Thomas who is a waiter struck by poverty and working in Mumbai. He goes on to participate in a show known as Who Will Win a Billion.
This includes an examination of the politics of identity creation, the Orientalist or cultural representations of identity, people as subjects of institutionalized power, the different scapes of Orientalist discourses, and the defining of citizenship by race, class and gender.
In this context, films serve as unique bridges in developing an interconnected world shaped by spatial and economic disparities. This paper provides a critical insight on one such film, Slumdog Millionaire, by utilizing various concepts like orientalism and religion and the ways in which films shape perspectives of the audiences on related issues.
Slumdog Millionaire is not a Hollywood movie but an Indo-British joint production – the director Danny Boyle is a British playwright. Hollywood scripts treat Slumdog Millionaire as an American film, putting it in Oscar under the primary category rather than categorizing it as a foreign movie like other Indian set films.
The film is a 120 minute movie and is an adaptation of diplomat and author from India Swarup Vikas as the story tells of the adventures that Jamal had with his brother, Salim and the story about his love for Lakita that was unattainable.
The movie is about childhood of a person living in the slums and the challenges he faces throughout his life. Living in the slums these boys face many rushes such as beaten up by their school teacher, losing their mother in communal rights, working as children, and being a part of the exploitive mafia.
It is an understandable move and a clever one considering the probability of taking the risk, and winning at the same time is minimal. Although life is about taking risks, the average individual would rather
This mindset they have set for themselves reflected in every decision they made when it comes to investments, pension funds, bank savings accounts, and etc that made an average couple like them an instant millionaire (Bach, D., 2003).
This chapter of the book discusses one