"Children of slums don't get opportunity and encouragement. I wanted to encourage children of slums. 'Slum Stars-2' would be done in Kolkata, and 'Slum Stars-3' would be done in Hyderabad. The sequels would be made simultaneously and released next year," Bappi said here on the sidelines of an event.

"Mother Teresa once told me (that) you should do something for poor children in every part of India. They have got talent but they have got no support. I have composed songs for 645 films. My ambition is different now. I am doing second part (of 'Slum Stars') in Bengal and third part in Hyderabad. I would take good singers (for the upcoming films), who have not got any chance," he said.

'Slum Stars' recently won an award at the International Film and Entertainment Festival Australia.

"'Slum Stars' has won five awards. The film has gone for submission in Grammy. Nomination or winning award is nothing. But (what) I have done for the slum boys, this is the important thing," the Disco King said.

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