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Local filmmaker Anant Singh, producer of Oscar-nominated “Yesterday,” will discuss co-production deals and market his new film studios to Indian producers during a visit to Mumbai this week for a meeting of the India-South Africa Chief Executive Officers Forum.

The forum was established in 2003 to help foster business opportunities between the two countries and had its inaugural meeting in Johannesburg last October.

Singh, chief executive of Videovision Entertainment, believes there is enormous potential for the film industries of both countries to work together. Bollywood pics are hugely popular among South Africa’s large Indian ex-pat community.

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