Why India?


India is one of the hottest destinations for film production. With an industry that produces the largest number of films in the world, India is updated with the best and the most recent technology available today. The possibilities in this country are endless, be it a mega starrer Bollywood movie, a TV commercial, documentary, or a low budget independent movie.

Additionally, our technicians, be it grips, gaffers, runners, or production assistants, all come with valuable experience working with international crews. Our crew is quality-driven and committed to delivery everything you have envisioned.


India is overflowing with great talent that can be seen in films, television and/or commercials. From Bollywood stars to featured extras, each person is equally committed and works with the same passion. India also houses a large number of International models from Brazil, France, South Africa, and America who are seen in beauty & lifestyle commercials, print campaigns, and International feature films. We work with the best and most committed talent agencies from Delhi, Calcutta, Chennai, Bangalore and our home turf, Mumbai.


India has one of the world’s tastiest cuisines; our food is made up from a large assortment of dishes, all of which are influenced by various herbs and spices. The country is one, big multicultural melting pot; we pride ourselves in our culinary diversity – for every few hours of travel, you will come across a new fusion of flavors that is appreciated all throughout India. Read below for descriptions of some popular dishes that originate from certain regions, but are available all throughout the country:

Bengali Food has the perfect blend of sweet and spicy flavors. This cuisine heavily uses panchphoron – a mixture of spices that include mustard, fenugreek seed, cumin seed, aniseed, and black cumin seed.

Gujarati Food is highly nutritious and mainly vegetarian. The traditional "thali" is made from several dishes that have different styles of cooking.

Punjabi Food is one of the most popular across India as it has a great mix of vegetarian and non vegetarian options. These dishes also tend to vary in spice levels, so it is favored by many.

Rajasthani Food mostly offers mouthwatering vegetarian dishes. They are known for their curries – which tend to be spicier than other Indian cuisines - as well of their sweet deserts.

South Indian Cuisine is mainly based on rice and lentils. These are generally mixed and blended to make delicious dosas, vadas, idlis and uttapams.

Kerala dishes are mostly prepared with meat, fish, and poultry. The region, popularly known as the “Land of Spices”, heavily incorporates the condiments such as chilies, turmeric, and curry leaves into their cuisine.

Bengali Cuisine is compromised of the use of fish, lentils, and rice. These dishes are typically seasoned with various vegetables and spices to give the food a flavorful taste.

Goan Cuisine is full of seafood, meat, vegetables and spices. The staple food here is typically rice and fish since Goa lies along the coast of the Arabian Sea.

Hyderabadi Cuisine emphasizes the use of rice, meat and vegetables. The region is also known to be the home of India’s best tasting biryani and kebabs.


India's culture is rich, beautiful, and joyous. Countless of festivals happen throughout the country every year, but here are a few of the most popular celebrated nationwide:

Diwali: Otherwise known as the Festival of Lights, is one of the most popular Hindu festivals celebrated in India. Countless of diyas are lit in homes, as well as outside, to designate the victory of good over evil. This five-day celebration usually occurs in October or November.

Holi: The festival of colors is another popular Hindu festival celebrated throughout India. However, many non-Hindus participate as well. This joyous festival is celebrated to spread love and happiness amongst one another – something which also signifies the victory of good over evil once again.

Janmashtami: This festival celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, a Hindu God. During this time, Hindus typically fast, sing and pray. There are also large community gatherings where many plays and dances are performed. During this time, large human pyramids are also formed by athletes for fun competition.

Ganesh Chaturthi: This 10 day Hindu festival is to celebrated Lord Ganesha’s birthday. Artists prepare for this festival far in advance by selling clay statues of Ganpati that people buy to display in their home or communities. There are many gatherings during this festival for poojas, dance, and parades.

Onam: Onam is a Malayali/Kerali harvest festival that lasts for about 10 days in August/September. Legend also says that the spirit of King Mahabali visits Kerala at the time of this festival. Many activities occur throughout these days: there are parades with animals, beautiful flower carpets are drawn, there is a Pulikali dance (tiger dance), and boat races.

Thai Pongal: This festival is dedicated to the Sun God as a way of giving gratitude for all He enables. It occurs mid January of every year. Tamilians celebrate this by visiting family, exchanging gifts, and feasting.

Lohri: This Punjabi folk festival is celebrated annually on January 13th. To many, it signifies the joy of harvest – making it the "Festival of the Farmers". During this time, people gather with their loved ones to eat and dance to folk songs.



1. The Taj Mahal Palace

India's first luxury hotel gives its guests a beautiful sight of the Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India. There are 9 restaurants and bars inside the property, a shopping mall, and provides live entertainment every evening.

2. The Lalit

India's first luxury hotel gives its guests a beautiful sight of the Arabian Sea and the Gateway of India. There are 9 restaurants and bars inside the property, a shopping mall, and provides live entertainment every evening.

3. Four Seasons

This beautiful hotel is above Mumbai’s upscale commercial hub. It offers guests an intimate experience with views of the coast and sea. Many enjoy their day shopping, and dining, while spending their nights at AER, a popular rooftop bar.

New Delhi

1. The Lodhi

This is one of Delhi's most prominent 5-star properties. It has a beautiful blend of Mughal history and modern luxury embedded into its architecture. They have also collaborated with Aman Resorts to provide guests with a rich, cultural tour from New Delhi to Rajasthan.

2. Le Meridien

This beautiful hotel offers guests with a panoramic view of the city on each floor. There are four dining options to choose from, all with different styles of cuisines. Additionally, they offer various services and amenities to accommodate their guests.


1. The Oberoi Amarvilas

Agra's premium hotel allows its guests to have an impeccable view of the Taj Mahal from their rooms. There are also complimentary trips to the monument via golf carts – a travel of a mere 600 meters.

2. ITC Mughal

This hotel has done a great job recreating a contemporary paradise of the Mughal Dynasty. Guests will be surrounded with beautiful history that is embedded into the hotel architecture and overall experience.


1. Shangri-La Hotel

This Bangalore hotel is perfectly placed between the city's historical attractions and business district. It gives guests a breathtaking view of the Bangalore Palace and panoramic views of the city, offering business and leisure travelers a peaceful experience.

2. The Tamara Coorg

Nestled in the pits of Coorg, this property is the perfect choice for those looking for a getaway in nature. The resort is in the middle of lush greenery, streams and waterfalls. It also towers plantations that produce coffee, cardamom and pepper.


1. ITC Grand Goa Resort and Spa (Formerly Known as Park Hyatt Goa)

This luxury beach resort lies in the Southern part of Goa. It is most popular for its subtle luxuries and village styled architecture. The rooms all have a beautiful lookouts to tropical gardens and peaceful bodies of water.

2. Alila Diwa

This resort offers the best of Goan traditions, fashion, and contemporary architecture. Each room has a serene view of lush rice plantations that flow in the direction of the Arabian Sea – the perfect place for visitors that are looking for a peaceful getaway.