In the 1980s and 1990s, Bollywood music was hugely popular in the UK. But it was British artists, like Taz from Stereo Nation, who pioneered a unique sound, creating an East-meets-West sound.
In fact, Bollywood liked one of his tracks so much, they reproduced it for a film without his permission.
Taz, from Coventry, has told Sameena Ali-Khan that it turned out to be a springboard for his career.
How has 100 Years of Bollywood influenced the Midlands? We see how the lucrative industry has become part of modern British culture.
A look at some of the region's well-known locations and beauty hotspots used in Indian cinema.
A beginner's guide to Bollywood - with some interesting facts even die-hard fans might not know...