‘Thief’ steals Bombay

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New York-based Hallmark Entertainment plans to shoot “Thief of Baghdad” in Bombay, according to Hallmark topper Robert Halmi, who recently visited the city.

Some $8.6 million is going into updating film facilities and up to 13 more international filmmakers, including Sony and Universal, plan to shoot there.

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