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The Cheetah Girls: One World -- When The Cheetah Girls get cast in a Bollywood musical, they think it is their big break.
The Cheetah Girls: One World -- In this "trequel" to The Cheetah Girls, Chanel, Dorinda, and Aqua, are off to India to star in a Bollywood movie...
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The Cheetah Girls: One World -- In this "trequel" to The Cheetah Girls, Chanel, Dorinda, and Aqua, are off to India to star in a Bollywood movie...
The Cheetah Girls: One World -- In this "trequel" to The Cheetah Girls, Chanel, Dorinda, and Aqua, are off to India to star in a Bollywood movie...


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Release Date:
22 August 2008 (USA) See more »
What if only one star can shine?
The girl group travel to India to star in a Bollywood movie - but end up competing for the same part. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
2 nominations See more »
(4 articles)
Cheetah Girl's Photo Scandal Costs Trio A Parade Spot
 (From WENN. 17 November 2008, 5:51 PM, PST)

Bailon Offered Playboy Shoot - Report
 (From WENN. 13 November 2008, 8:10 AM, PST)

'Cheetah Girls' sequel filming in India
 (From The Hollywood Reporter. 20 March 2008)

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  (in credits order)

Adrienne Bailon ... Chanel Simmons

Sabrina Bryan ... Dorinda Thomas

Kiely Williams ... Aqua Walker

Roshan Seth ... Kamal Uncle

Michael Steger ... Vikram

Kunal Sharma ... Amar

Deepti Daryanani ... Gita

Rupak Ginn ... Rahim

Vinod Nagpal ... Swami
Smita Hai ... Amar's Mother
Shradha Shrivastav ... Amar's Cousin (as Shraddha Shrivastava)
Sujata Kumar ... Restaurant Manager
J. Brandon Hill ... Marty
Maanvi Gagroo ... Crazed Fan
Vatsal Seth ... Himself (as Vatsal Sheth)
Gavin Hetherington ... Chapal
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

The Cheetah Girls ... The Cheetah Girls (uncredited)

Directed by
Paul Hoen 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dan Berendsen  screenplay (as Daniel Berendsen)
Dan Berendsen  story (as Daniel Berendsen)
Nisha Ganatra 
Deborah Gregory  series of books
Jen Small  screenplay

Produced by
S.M. Ferozeuddin Alameer .... co-producer
Dan Berendsen .... co-producer (as Daniel Berendsen)
Debra Martin Chase .... executive producer
Mitch Engel .... producer
Deborah Gregory .... co-producer
Cheryl Hill .... co-producer
Original Music by
David Lawrence (original score music)
Cinematography by
Donald Duncan 
Film Editing by
Girish Bhargava 
Production Design by
Amy Danger 
Art Direction by
Nick Ralbovsky 
Set Decoration by
Suzanne Caplan Merwanji 
Costume Design by
Mona May 
Makeup Department
Virginia Holmes .... hair designer
Virginia Holmes .... makeup designer
Kamlesh U. Shinde .... makeup artist
Production Management
Nitin Chandrachud .... production manager
Rajesh Ganguly .... unit production manager
Andrea P. Stilgenbauer .... post-production supervisor
Ashraf Vohra .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Javed Ansari .... second assistant director
Prosit Roy .... third assistant director
Sameer Sadhwani .... first assistant director
Krishan Pratap Singh .... assistant director
Babu Subramaniam 'T.R.' .... first assistant director
Art Department
Anisha Gulati .... set dresser
Malika Keswani .... art department coordinator
Mithva Krishen .... assistant set decorator
Vasudha Patni .... graphic designer
Harveer Singh .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor
Mark Friedgen .... supervising sound editor
Stephen Grubbs .... dialogue editor
Penny Harold .... sound effects editor
Frank Morrone .... sound re-recording mixer
Jorge Muniz .... boom operator
Scott Webber .... sound re-recording mixer
Kelly Wright .... sound recordist
Visual Effects by
Michael Caplan .... visual effects producer
Dan Schmit .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Gutterud .... camera department supervisor
Afzal Khan .... best boy grip
Fazal Khan .... key grip
Vinayak Radhakrishnan .... Steadicam operator
Casting Department
Sandeep Bose .... casting director: India
Joe Cappelletti .... adr voice casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Claire Breaux .... costumer: Los Angeles
Sandeep Kumar .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Craig Galka .... assistant editor (as Rainier Craig Galka)
Music Department
Amber Funk .... music editor
Matt LaPoint .... score mixer
Jason Poss .... music transcription
Steven Vincent .... music supervisor (as Steven Christopher)
Pancho Burgos-Goizueta .... score preparation (uncredited)
Other crew
Rajeev Acharya .... second production accountant
Ayaz Amir .... IT manager
Imtiaz Amir .... production accountant
Barbara Biddle .... broadcast producer
Jae Blaze .... assistant choreographer
Rahoul Daswani .... set production assistant
Shruti Desai .... production coordinator
Hope Diamond .... vp of publicity
Rajat Gaur .... assistant: director
Pawan Jam .... production assistant (as Pawan Kumar Jam)
Michael Kiely .... production accountant (as Michael A. Kiely)
Ryan Little .... production staff
Kanishka Mehta .... assistant production coordinator
Robin Merchant .... dancer
Aditya Nimbalkar .... set production assistant
Prachi Patel .... set production assistant
Fatima Robinson .... choreographer
Manish Shahi .... production assistant
Manish Shahi .... production assistant: cast
Jai Sharma .... production assistant
Krishan Pratap Singh .... key set production assistant
Selene Strilesky .... script supervisor

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90 min

Did You Know?

Raven Symone did not appear in this film due to her wanting to focus on her solo album.See more »
Continuity: During the audition for the lead, there was a time where Aqua's hair was messed up and on the next camera angle, it's fine.See more »
Vikram:They say if you kiss someone there at sunset, you'll know in your heart if your love is true.
Dorinda:Well, you can count me out.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in "Studio DC: Almost Live!" (2008)See more »
I'm the OneSee more »


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6 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Oh, where to start?, 4 September 2008
Author: screen-name-1 from United States

Okay, so obviously I wasn't going to expect that a Cheetah Girls film would be 10-star material, but this is Ridiculous. Firstly, it seemed that the film was too short and simplistic. There was only one main plot line, and even that was kind of boring. The romantic subplots seem to be added as an after-thought. And even thought the film was only and hour and 30 minutes long, it was padded with songs. Mediocre songs. Speaking of the music, I think one other reviewer noted the lack of "Bollywood Music". As far as I could see, the "Indian Flavor" in the film's music was limited to a few generic tunes from a few generic Indian instruments in the background. It wasn't just the music either; it almost seemed like the Cheetah Girls watched one or two random bollywood flicks and decided to go to India. There was very little Rajasthani Culture displayed in the movie. Sure they ate some North Indian food (the kind you find in Western restaurants) and wore low quality saris, but that was about it. That was the extent of their "in-depth" travel to India.

It kind of annoys me that everyone in the movie and this website assumed that India=Bollywood. Which, I assure you, is not true: that would be like saying all European movies are from France. And in response to Brian Camp, I could recommend some other bollywood movies, but not Aishwarya Rai. And I can only recommend Taal or Devdas for music, that's all.

For more substantial films, I recommend "LAGE RAHO MUNNA BHAI"(2006) or "RANG DE BASANTHI" (2006). Or for some Indian movies that aren't from Bollywood: "ROJA" (1992), "ALAI PAYUTHEY" (2000), "GODAVARI" (2006), and "ANUKOKUNDA OKA ROJU" (2005).

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