Slumdog Millionaire child star Azharuddin Ismail, whose hut in the slums was bulldozed recently by Mumbai city authorities, has been given a temporary new home by the film’s producers through the Maharashtra Housing Authority Development Agency (MHADA). The 250-square foot one-bedroom first floor apartment is valued at $50,000 and will house Ismail, his parents and brother until the permanent home that Slumdog director Danny Boyle promised them is found through the Jai Ho! foundation. The home will be owned by the trust set up for the movie’s minor stars until Ismail turns 18, when he’ll get full possession, as long as he finishes school. “He has to complete an education. We are very clear about that,” a spokesman for the trust said. His co-star Rubina Ali, 9, whose family hut was also demolished, will be getting a new home as well. The trust says they’re “actively looking” for a new home for her and her family.