"Slumdog Millionaire" swept Britain's BAFTA film awards winning best film, director and five other categories, giving it another Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle with the BAFTA award in London. "Slumdog Millionaire", a British picture about a young man from the slums of Mumbai who seeks to rise from rags to riches by winning a TV game show, triumphed at the Golden Globes last month with four honours including best drama. Adding yet another feather in his cap, music maestro Allah Rakha Rahman bagged the BAFTA award in the best music score category for "Slumdog Millionaire". After becoming the first Indian to win the Golden Globe and getting a triple Oscar nomination in two categories for the same movie, Rahman, 43, is the first Indian musician to win the BAFTA award. Apart from Rahman, Resul Pookutty was the other Indian to win a BAFTA award for best sound editing for "Slumdog Millionaire"