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India’s Reliance MediaWorks has opened the first phase of its new studios for hire in Mumbai.

It is building a total of eight stages within a 200,000 sq ft complex in the Filmcity area and opened the first three this week. The remaining five will be functional by mid-year.

The facilities company claims that these are the first sound stages in India to be built to Hollywood standards of quietness, ceiling height and truck access and employed a string of US companies to ensure design compliance.

The stages are also connected by fibre optic links to RMW’s post-production facilities in Film City, Anderhi (Mumbai), its animation operation in Pune and its international divisions in the UK and US.

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via Film Business Asia

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