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Mumbai Film City

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  1. 1. MUMBAI, INDIA By: Jared, Harsh, Brendan and Hussein.
  2. 2. MUMBAI FILM CITY 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 Film City INDIAN FILM STUDIOS Ramoji Film City Mumbai Film City Noida Film City Cinema of India
  3. 3. HISTORY OF THE INDIAN FILM INDUSTRY! • Bollywood was first brought to Bombay, India. In the form of the first six silent films by the Lumiere Brothers in 1896 during the British colonial reign. • But it was photographer Harischandra Sakharam Bhatavdekar, who made history by producing India’s first motion picture film based on a recording of a local wrestling match. • After the turn of the century the movie industry evolved and expanded at increasing speed after the release of Dadasheb Phalke’s film, “Raja Harishchandra” in 1913. • After that India’s film industry soared to new heights through the silent and golden era as well as incorporating languages such Telugu, Tamil and Kannada into many films. Scene from Raja Harishchandra
  4. 4. HISTORY OF MUMBAI FILM CITY Mumbai Film City was established on September 26th 1977. By three cinematic visionaries in India. • Shri. V Shantram • Shri B.R Chopra • Famous actor Dilip Kumar As well as two film and development companies. • Maharashtra Films • Stage and Cultural Development Corporation Ltd.
  5. 5. Basic Full Day Package: • Full Day w/lunch: 2500 rupees. Consists of everything included in other tours offered. • Mumbai Film City Tour • Bollywood Dream Tour • Live Show Tour. For prices and other tours offered click on the link below. • Mumbai Film City Tour Prices/ Packages Package: Cost in Rupees Cost in Dollars Full Day Package ₹2,500 $49.20 TOURS OF MUMBAI FILM CITY
  6. 6. KANHERI CAVES • The Kanheri Caves are located in Sanji Gandji National Park • Admission to the park is 50 Rupees for locals and 100 rupees for foreigners. • The cave was built for group worship and has a very strict and disciplined the monks
  7. 7. KANHERI CAVES 2 The caves show the predominance of Buddhism in this part of western India during ancient times More than 2000 years old The Kanhere caves are also great for anyone who enjoys the outdoors and loves to be close to nature
  8. 8. THE ELEPHANTA CAVES • The original name for the Elephanta caves was once Gharapuri but was changed by the Portuguese in 1987 because a large statue that resembled an elephant was found near the cave • Most sculptures in the cave were defaced by the Portuguese while using them for target practice • The Elephanta caves are located in the vicinity of Mumbai (The financial capital of India)
  9. 9. THE ELEPHANTA CAVES 2 • The age of the Elephanta caves is unknown but is was believed to be created in the late 5th to late 8th century A.D. • Tours are usually interested in the 4 hour tour to the Elephanta Caves • The tours are include a one hour boat ride to the island which takes one hour and the once in a lifetime experience of viewing the many different sculptures in the caves.
  10. 10. TOURIST ATTRACTION FOR BUSINESS Mumbai is the fashion capital of India! • Cheap rate products. • Bargaining is necessary. • East fashion meets West. • This the place where fashion starts and fashion ends. • Most foreigners came here to buy clothes and follow traditional fashion wear as well.
  11. 11. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Leather industry Textile industry Watches • High quality leather • Prices are still under average • Place where you can find camel leather and even when it is banned in India. • Cheap labor • Delivering high quality product • Designer dresses • Brands • First copy brand watches • Almost 5-10% cheaper than the original price
  12. 12. FASHION STREET THE HEART OF FASHION IN MUMBAI! • 385 shops in row and each shop is just about 10*10 ft. • Shopkeepers they earn for like 1000 dollar for a month Products lines include: • Traditional dress • Watches • Leather product • Fashion accessories • Imitation jewelry • People can fin the top class brand products which are actually a first copy but though with quality and design would be same. • Again negotiations skills are mandatory
  13. 13. DHARAVI SLUM • Scary? • But fact is people do live in this place • 1 room is all for everyone • Interesting fact is the home over here is a=worth of aprrox 200000 dollars as per Canadian currency • Survival skills are important. • Major part is mass production of local products at this place. • Food industry ,leather ,textile ,watch manufacturing units at small scale. • Not all but many people are self- employed. • They manufacture at cheap rates and quality and design is about the same as the original one.
  14. 14. CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS • Mumbai main language is Marathi • Famous for local complex train services • Also for food manufacturing fashion and different amazing places • City which population is almost 4 crores • A city which has the fastest growing economy and is also a hub for business visionaries.
  15. 15. BEST FOOD STREETS • Vada paav is the major street food eatable across Mumbai. • Almost half the population eats as a one time meal • Taste is spicy, but comes with a option (of what?) • Cost is almost 12 rupees per two buns and two potato balls • Another famous street food is Missal pav. • The street food starts with 12 rupees and ends up with almost most costliest dishes.
  16. 16. TRAIN SERVICES • Local train services that only close for 3 hours . • Most complex train system network which passed through from center of the city and divides city into two parts. • Fastest transport services. • Reasonable travel rates to use on a daily basis • People travelling through train is more than 2 crores a day and so heavily crowded that if any new person enters they might step off at wrong station.
  17. 17. MUMBAI DABBAWALA’S • According to Forbes 500 they gave them six sigma title even though they are not using any technology • Best thing they use a coding complex language that only they can understand • A saying that, “even Mumbai can be closed for a day but the this dabbawala’s never ever get late.” • Click on this word Mumbai Fast Services check video of this dabbawala’s services.
  18. 18. WHO ARE THE DABBAWAALA’S? • Service provider • Direct the tiffin boxes to their designated place . • Place means the exact table and exact offices. • They hardly make any mistakes. They use colour coding, signs and some numbers to direct this dabba’s to its designated place. • A team network which only they know and perform excellently. • Apart from this they have a widest network of service chain inside the city and maximum 8th grade level of educated people. • But they diligently provide service and also punctual.
  19. 19. SUMMARY • Mumbai is a place it’s hard to find accommodation but easy to find wonderful tasting food and unique entertainment. • A city that prides itself with being a tourism adventure within itself because of it’s systems that allow you to be entertained and astounded with wonders, without having to use your phone. • A people who are known for adapting and creating new ways in which to earn money and better theirs lives while making their way out of poverty. • In Mumbai, people may not have the same quality of life we do but they do live each and every day of their lives to the fullest. • Mumbai will always be a tourist attractions because of it’s amazing preservation of ancient sculptures, literature and monuments. As well as it’s traditional and cultural festivals that are unique to this amazing sub-Saharan continent. • For more information you can click on the above mention links to get full information about the topics.
  20. 20. CONCLUSION In conclusion, we hope you enjoyed are presentation and either gained some interest in to the wonderful city and attractions of Mumbai, India or enjoyed the animations. Either way have a wonderful afternoon!

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