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BOMBAY RUN is a spectacular new action comedy from director JORN BILSE. The scintillating story line is spun around two strangers, a bumbling English aristocrat on holiday and a charming streetwise Indian taxi driver, who inadvertently get embroiled in Bombay's underworld. As a result they're chased by police and gangsters all over the city of Bombay. Although the two men are completely opposite characters, a great friendship develops as they're thrust headfirst into a fantastic adventure with twists and turns all the way.

Get ready for high-octane action and spine-tingling thrills sprinkled with sublime humour, all set against the backdrop of beautiful Bombay with its vibrant atmosphere and cinematic locations.

Production costs will be kept in check without compromising artistic values by tapping into the wealth of film industry talent and expertise that can be found in Bombay. This will enable the film to have much higher production values compared to what could have been achieved elsewhere for the same cost.

For further information about this project please contact Main Attraction Films using the contact details listed in the Contact menu above.



In this film, I will show how friendship has no borders, how the characters grow and discover inner strengths unknown to themselves and how they overcome adversity with courage, ingenuity and by working together.

The story surrounds the two main characters who are from different countries with different cultures, different religions and they even come from different social layers in their respective societies. Yet, when faced with the same obstacles, a strong bond develops between them. They discover how many things they can learn from each other and they learn how many things they have in common.

Iíve set this against the "love affair" that exists between Britain and India. Iíve always been fascinated by what happens when two cultures meet. How people adopt, fuse and make other peoples' culture their own. It never ceases to amaze me how many things that were originally British is now considered Indian and vice versa. With ample humour, I will be showing how the relationship between Britain and India has become a cultural symbiosis so to speak.

To get this message across I have chosen to set the film in the bustling city of Bombay (Mumbai) where there are an abundance of striking and bold visuals showing us exactly that, where East meets West.

Finally, the moral of the story is to show how the two main characters in this film become better people after getting to know each other and how we all can benefit from somebody else's insight if only we take the time to listen.

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