Dir: Vivek Agnihotri
This Bollywood production from major Indian conglomerate UTV - about a group of Indians playing football in the UK - starts shooting in London this month. Starring real-life couple John Abraham and Bipasha Basu, director Agnihotri will use mostly Indian crew.
Dance Baby Dance (Jhoom Barabar Jhoom)
Dir. Shaad Ali
This Yash Raj film, about two Indian football fans with cancer who go to the UK to watch the game, stars Bollywood legends Amitabh Bachchan and Shahrukh Khan and shot at Tower Bridge, Waterloo Station and University College London in 2006. "Bachchan is a demi-god in India and was surrounded by people when he appeared at Waterloo," says Film London's Emma Wass. The film is due for release in May.
Dir: Milind Luthria
Luthria's cricket comedy weaves together four stories in the UK and India. Produced by Ronnie Screwvala the film shot in Hyde Park last year. UTV will release worldwide in March.
Dir: Jagmohan Mundhra
India's Eros International departed from its usual Bollywood fare to acquire the rights to this true story of a Punjabi housewife who murdered her abusive husband and whose trial transformed the UK judicial system. The film, produced by the UK's Media One Global Entertainment, is released in the UK, US and India on February 23.
Salaam-E-Ishq: A Tribute To Love
Dir: Nikhil Advani
A Hindi Love Actually that ties together six stories about relationships. The film shot around the UK, including the Millennium Bridge, Trafalgar Square and Battersea Park in London and some scenes in Oxford. The film, starring Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla, Salman Khan and Priyanka Chopra, was released last month by Eros International and has already grossed more than $15m internationally.