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Trust finding 'Slumdog' kids new homes

MUMBAI, May 23 (UPI) -- The Jai Ho Trust says it will be providing homes for Indian child actors Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail and Rubina Ali, who appeared in "Slumdog Millionaire."

Jai Ho trustee Neerja Mattoo said the trust, which has the support of "Millionaire" director Danny Boyle and producer Christian Colson, will offer the two child actors homes in the wake of the demolition of their shanty homes in Mumbai, Bollywood News said Saturday.

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The homes where Ismail and Ali were staying in the Mumbai neighborhood of Bandra was demolished two weeks ago, leaving the young "Slumdog" stars in desperate search for new homes.

The Jai Ho Trust has already found a new home for the family of Ismail, who played a young Salim Malik in the hit 2008 film.

Bollywood News said the trust is still searching for a home for the family of Ali, who portrayed a young Latika in the Oscar-winning film.

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