People are still buzzing about The Oscars on Sunday night. Everything from the fashion and acceptance speeches to selfies and pizza delivery guys are still being discussed.

While this year's Oscars were entertaining, I'd like to go back a few years.

In 2009, Slumdog Millionaire won Best Picture.  The movie had overwhelming great critical acclaim.

The movie featured child actors of various ages to play the main characters throughout their life.

I remember at the height of the movie's success a lot of people were giving the director, Danny Boyle, a hard time because those kids came from slums and someone should help them.

Well, turns out they are all doing just fine.  They were well treated and well taken care of and I have proof.

The Hollywood Reporter recently caught up with them.