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Bombay Dreams (2004)

The teenager Ebba, has no idea who her real mother is, or where she is. In India, she and her friend Camilla go on a search for Ebba's mother.

Director:

Lena Koppel
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gayathri Mudigonda Gayathri Mudigonda ... Ebba
Nadine Kirschon Nadine Kirschon ... Camilla
Sissela Kyle ... Anita
Peter Dalle ... Kurt
Viktor Källander Viktor Källander ... Erik
Dolly Minhas Dolly Minhas ... Nira
Amit R. Pandey Amit R. Pandey ... Rupesh
Linn Staberg Linn Staberg ... Katja
Peter Sjöberg Peter Sjöberg ... Rickard
Per Gottfredsson Per Gottfredsson ... Lärare
Peter Carlberg Peter Carlberg ... Man i dörr
Hanna Kulle Hanna Kulle ... Incheckningsanställd
Leila Hammouda Leila Hammouda ... Resebyråförsäljare
Zia Sarwar Zia Sarwar ... Kypare
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charlotte Andersson Charlotte Andersson ... Stina
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Storyline

The teenager Ebba, has no idea who her real mother is, or where she is. In India, she and her friend Camilla go on a search for Ebba's mother.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Official Sites:

Official site [Sweden]

Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish | English

Release Date:

22 October 2004 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Bombayi álmok See more »

Filming Locations:

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

DTS

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Connections

Referenced in High Chaparall: Jönssonligan i Bollywood (2004) See more »

Soundtracks

Jo Hum Chup Hain
by Anila Mirza
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Quite boring, TOO little of India, but good acting!
16 October 2005 | by diehard92See all my reviews

I thought by the film's title, Ebba and her friend would travel to India and experience lots of goodies from India but they just show India in the last 15 minutes and much depressing of Sweden. This is a high budget movie because scenes are actually taken in India.

I should give credit to the casts acting, especially from Gayatri.

The Indian boy, Rupesh (Amit R Pandey) showed very good confidence and can reach to a high status in the Movie business. He's very sweet too. What more to say? It's in the beginning they show much sadness then later it becomes serious and finally a happy or sad ending?

Otherwise there are some funny scenes in the movie.


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