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In this "trequel" to The Cheetah Girls, Chanel, Dorinda, and Aqua, are off to India to star in a Bollywood movie. But when there they discover that they will have to compete against each other to get the role in the movie. Will the Cheetah's break up again? This film stars the basic cast from The Cheetah Girls 2, excluding Raven-Symone's character Galleria Garibaldi.Written by
When the girls first arrive at the hotel in Mumbai, a shot is shown of the area, people and cars around the hotel. A couple minutes later, the same shot is shown again, with the same people and cars passing by. See more »
Okay. Well, like, in my defence, I didn't exactly know where Mumbai was.
It's the biggest city in India.
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I really didn't like the movie. Argh! It was a disappointment. Gosh. I liked the first and the second movie better.
Loosing Raven as one of their casts really made the movie B-O-R-I-N-G. Although, shooting the movie in India was great. But still, the movie itself was really, really lame.
They didn't even narrated why Galleria wasn't a part of the third movie. Not even a glimpse.
My niece keeps on asking me why Raven was out of the picture because no clue or information in the movie was included.
They should at least stated in the synopsis of the film why they didn't include Raven in the movie. Didn't they know that the kids who watched and will be watching that movie would ask? Doing so doesn't make them a really good film maker.
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