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Slumdog Millionaire could be looking to share the wealth.
The producers of the recent U.K.-U.S. transplant Secret Millionaire are looking to capitalize on the Oscar hopeful's international success with Secret Slumdog Millionaire, a spinoff reality series, according to British media reports.
In the American version of the show, which premiered on Fox in December, quantifiably rich people go undercover in economically deprived neighborhoods, get acquainted with members of the community and and ultimately hand out $100,000 at the end of each episode.
The Indian version would transfer the action to Mumbai, the impoverished, bustling city that provides the setting for Slumdog Millionaire, which has already received criticism that it's portrayal of Mumbai and its people is too one-dimensional.