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Sugar Baby (2011)

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3 street singers, 2 record producers, 1 assassin, 1 baby.

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Francis
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Officer Ashok Sen
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Johnny
Kalyan Chatterjee ...
ACP Gupta
Sankar Roy Chowdhury ...
Dr. Mukherjee
Roop Roy ...
Andy
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Officer David
Ivana Aguilar ...
Concert Audience
Cristina Aldridge ...
Sally
Mukesh Arora ...
Sgt. Ganguly
Prantik Banerjee ...
Punk
Bobbyy ...
Max
Indrani Chatterjee ...
Juvenile Center Director
Avinaba Chowdhury ...
Cop 2
Tom Combs ...
Irving
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3 street singers, 2 record producers, 1 assassin, 1 baby.

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pop idol | kolkata | miracle | See All (3) »

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Family

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$250,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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The script written by Brian Stewart in 1989 was originally set in New York and optioned by John Heyman. See more »

Soundtracks

Sugar Baby
Written by Brian Stewart and Ric Timas
Produced by Ric Timas
Sung by Anishja (aka Lisa/Shay McLean) from Rainbow Girls
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A great effort.
9 April 2011 | by See all my reviews

I was not too enamored with Slum Dog Millionaire. The violence put me off a bit especially the maiming of the children. What I did love I found in this little known film Sugar Baby lush textures, great acting and a terrific story with a similar theme as Slumdog but much more uplifting. The music the acting were both terrific but the locales the art design the layouts exceeded everything. Calcutta with it's grinding poverty and abundant wealth is truly one of the most underused film locations in the world and the cast and crew of Boat Angel films has taken great advantage and used it to it's utmost. I hope this film achieves the success it richly deserves.


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