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Museveni meets Bollywood film stars

By Vision Reporters

Added 3rd March 2019 05:16 PM

The President said linkages between Uganda and India has the potential to boost trade and investment.

Museveni meets Bollywood film stars

The President said linkages between Uganda and India has the potential to boost trade and investment.

 

President Yoweri Museveni meeting Bollywood actors at Nakasero State House
 
President Yoweri Museveni has encouraged Indian film-makers from Bollywood to promote Uganda's beauty and investment potential through films adding that the government is willing to support them.
 
The President held a meeting with the Bollywood actors led by Bharat Dabholkar at State Lodge in Nakasero on Sunday. He urged them to bring more tourists from India to Uganda where they can enjoy Uganda's beautiful culture, nature and beautiful weather.
 
The President said linkages between Uganda and India has the potential to boost trade and investment.
 
He also noted that the huge population of Africa, China and India is a huge potential for the future economic development of the world.
 
Bharat Dabholkar who is also a movie director, actor, writer and advertising expert informed the President that they want to promote Uganda as the tourist destination for Indians. He said that they also want to promote Uganda as a location for filming Bollywood movies where Ugandans will participate.
 
Hindi cinema commonly known as Bollywood is the Indian Hindi language film industry based in Mumbai, Maharashtra India. It is one of the worlds' largest centres of film production.
 
Bharat said they have plans to bring big film tourists to Uganda saying that film tourism will be a big deal. Uganda has featured in several movies including the more recent Black Panther that has won numerous awards.
 
Uganda's High Commissioner to India Grace Akello who accompanied the delegation said Uganda's beauty is great potential for film-makers and will open up opportunities for many Ugandans in terms of jobs creation. 
 
 

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