Bollywood has recently signed a deal with British Film Industry and under this deal, the Indian producers will need to pay less tax to work in
Barbara Follett said the
industry offered "an excellent product" and the deal would help "maintain excellence". UK
"The wider your base, in an economically difficult time, the more resilient you'll be," she added.
It will also help them to obtain funding from sources such as the National Lottery, Ms Follett said, and help to cut down on the bureaucracy involved in making films.
Civil servants from
Indiaand the have been working on the treaty for the past three years. UK
Bollywood director Vipul Shah, whose earlier movie “Singh is King” was a block buster hit around the world, also thinks that this deal will lead many Indian producers to step in the