For those of you who knew Rubina Ali as a child, this might turn out to be the biggest amazement of your life. That kid you saw in the slums of Mumbai in the film Slumdog Millionaire is all grown up and looks no less than a diva.
She burned the midnight oil and reached the zenith of success. But do you know what is she doing now?
This girl has faced everything that we can possibly imagine and has overcome them. Rubina was nine when she was selected for the role that changed her life. All the hardships, criticism, obstacles and shortcomings that she faced made her what she is today. We will take you through the journey of this child artist who has transformed drastically.
As shown in the film, this girl lived in the slum area of Mumbai and she shot to fame with her first film. Isn't that something that most of us must learn from her?
After getting recognition, she got various awards including the Screen Actors Guild Award.
Read further to see her recent pictures.
According to Wikipedia, Rubina lived in Garib Nagar slum near Bandra station in Mumbai.
She lived with her father Rafiq, her sister Sana, her brother Abbas and her stepmother Munni. She surely has seen a lot at such a tender age.
We absolutely love her for showing courage and determination.
After giving noteworthy performance in her films, she was awarded a house by the Maharashtra Housing and Development Authority.
See her recent images in the next slide.
The fact that real slum dwellers were cast in the fim created a big controversy.
But do you know she did something that no one did before?
In 2009, when she was nine years old, Rubina wrote a book that expressed her thoughts about filming her debut movie and her entire journey.
With the passage of time, Rubina has changed a lot and her transformation is very happening. She looks no less than a diva who is all set to make it big in Bollywood.
Rubina is in college and according to a leading newspaper report, she is pursuing Bachelor of Arts degree.
In 2011, her house caught fire and she lost all her things that depicted filming her debut film.
That's all people.
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