On Saturday, Victoria Daniel announced an amazing plan to establish a $3 million Indian Cinema Attraction Fund. For the past fifteen years, Indian directors are routing to Australia to direct a film in the beautiful locations of Australia. This fund will allow more Bollywood directors to explore Australia as their shooting destination. Andrews with Rani Mukerji who lifted the national flag of India at Federation Square. He said that besides cultural celebration, this is going to be a “reflective profitable opportunity and a great way for Australia and India to come closer together.”
Australia’s request for the Indian directors can go back to the Salaam Namaste times, the first Indian movie that was filmed completely in Australia, and the biggest hit in India in 2005. The film was the largest Indian hit overseas that year as well.
It’s expected that the new investment will grow the film industry and also create local jobs in the country that has Australia’s largest Indian community living there. Victoria has played host to many Indian productions, which includes Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Salaam Namaste, and Chak De! India.