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Sajid Nadiadwala ties up with Fox Studios!
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India's prestigious Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment Pvt Ltd. became the first Indian production company with an office at Fox Studios for HEYY BABYY being extensively shot in Australia.
Speaking from the sets the Producer Mr. Sajid Nadiadwala said “It’s a privilege for NGE to be the first Indian Company to be associated with FOX STUDIOS for HEYY BABYY. The studio is simply the most up to date with the best integrated production facilities. Though content will always drive our foray into films, our company would always like to support our talented technicians with the best facilities for the changing needs of our audience. And the schedule is going through Hollywood precision.
He Adds 'There is a buzz about our Industry that is unmistakable and the globalisation of Brand Bollywood, and adopting the highest standards will make us global. NGE believes in putting systems and processes in place to support this creativity' NGE India is shooting its current film HEYY BABYY extensively all around Australia . The film is being supported by NSW Tourism and NSW Government along with NSW Film & Television Office. HEYY BABYY is the biggest multi starrer Bollywood film to ever come to Australia.
'Fox Studios Australia provides film makers from around the globe with the most up to date, integrated production and post production environment. We have been the home to many highly successful US films and now welcome our first Bollywood film to the lot. Our ongoing relationship with Mr. Nadiadwala's production office through his Australian line producer TEMPLE who are based at the studio will no doubt result in a successful experience for this production.' said Nancy Romano CEO Fox Studios Australia today.
Chairman of Australia India Film Council, and Line Producer from Australia Anupam Sharma said “This is by far the most prestigious Bollywood film to shoot in Australia, and it is a delight to see the Indian film industry flag fly in the midst of Fox Studios'
Bollywood, the populist name given to Indian film industry is the biggest film industry in the world churning out maximum number of films a year with an audience of 1.3 billion around the world.
Australian government and private agencies have been actively pursuing more trade and relations with Bollywood and HEYY BABBY is one of the biggest results of results of this drive.
Australia also has more than 130 million dollars worth of India centric projects with development investment from NSW FTO, AFC, Film Victoria etc.