"Mumbai is a city of extremes," Boyle explains, "Life is raw.It's incredibly powerful and rich because their economy is expanding, the richest men in the world are there ... where it all stops and just the dogs move around, but other than that, the place is just a tide of humanity." With limited time in India, Boyle made the decision to travel to the places he intended to shoot and film the cast's rehearsals there.
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