The Mayor of London is due to fly back to the UK after a week long trade mission in India.
Boris Johnson has met with business leaders and film directors during his tour around the country. While there, he announced plans for two block buster Bollywood films to be shot in the capital next year.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has been meeting with senior Indian and British business leaders at the Taj Mahal this morning.
It comes on the last day of the mayor's trip to India.
London mayor Boris Johnson returned to Mumbai today to meet members of the Bollywood film community and try to persuade them to film in London. He also visited a charity that helps children living in Mumbai's slums.
Simon Harris reports.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson today announced that two new Indian films are to be shot in London in 2013, as he met with top film and TV producers in Mumbai.
The Mayor, who is on a visit to India to strengthen economic and cultural links with the country, today met with top level Indian filmmakers and producers in the film-making capital Mumbai and urged them to make London their movie set of choice.
The third film in India's hugely successful Housefull franchise - Housefull 3,starring Akshay Kumar - will be entirely filmed in London and the Mayor has also invited the film's producer Sajid Nadiadwala to shoot his directorial debut Kick, starring Salman Khan, in the capital.
The Mayor said: "I'm thrilled that Sajid Nadiadwala has chosen London as the backdrop fornot one, but two of his brand new blockbusters. As our recent World Cities Culture Report shows, London and Mumbai are major players on the international stage for creativity and the arts.
"I want to make it as easy as possible to film in the city, whether you want to feature an iconic landmark as a backdrop, take advantage of our second to none post-production facilities, or be amongst the first to use our incredible Olympic Park as a location."
Boris Johnson is being given the full VIP treatment on his arrival in India's trade capital Mumbai - with an armed guard keeping watch outside his hotel room.
The London Mayor - on the final leg of his tour to promote British businesses in India - is being given a full security detail during his stay in Mumbai's five star Taj Land's End hotel.
A source said: "There's four or five guards on his floor, although one does look a bit dozy."
Mayor Boris Johnson is meeting with senior representatives from the Indian film and television industry to encourage them to shoot more films and dramas in London.Today is his second last day of his tour of India and it is theme for the day is "Creative Industries".
Later, Boris Johnson will visit the Magic Bus project which is designed to promote education and improving life skills for Indian children.
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