Get an in-depth look into the fascinating world of filmmaking in Mumbai, home to Indian film, on a Bollywood studio tour by private vehicle. From script to screen, see the process of creating Bollywood movies, serials and ads with an informative guide. In your 6-hour tour, you'll gain perspective on the historical, technical and creative aspects of filmmaking in India, which produces about 1,000 movies per year ' more than any other country. If you choose to upgrade to a 9-hour tour, watch a Bollywood film at a famous theater then relax over dinner afterward.
Enjoy a 3-hour activity-packed private tour in one of the leading studios of the Bollywood Film industry. This is the only tour in Mumbai owned and managed by an actor himself. Gain a true insiders perspective of the industry! After the studio tour, watch a live show, visit the Bollywood museum and enjoy a delicious lunch with your friendly and humorous guide.
Prepare to be 'star struck' during this private 7-hour exploration of India's famous Bollywood film industry. Get an in-depth look at Indian moviemaking as you watch actual shoots of feature films, TV serials and ad campaigns, take a tour of the homes of famous Indian movie stars, and watch a performance of a typical Bollywood movie show. All entrance fees, plus snacks, are included.
Bollywood is the nickname for India's film industry, which is based in Mumbai. On this 4-hour private tour, gain insight into the industry with a guided visit at SJ Studios, one of the most popular film and TV production studios. See film sets, makeup and costume areas, and the Bollywood Museum, featuring hand-painted movie posters. Learn about special effects, sound mixing, and dubbing, and as an added bonus, enjoy a Bollywood dance number complete with the elaborate costumes for which the genre is known. Select a morning or afternoon departure time and whether you need hotel pickup and drop-off when booking.
On'7-hour tour, learn about the Indian Film Industry, which is one of the largest in the world. Mumbai accounts for almost 60% of Indian film productions. Film city has several recording rooms, gardens, lakes, theaters and grounds that serve as the venue of many Bollywood film shootings. It was built by the state government to provide facilities and concessions to the film industry and renamed Dadasaheb Phalke Nagar, in memory of the Marathi producer-director-screenwriter Dadasaheb Phalke who was father of Indian film industry.