“Will ease out laws further for Indian film makers,” says Polish Deputy PM at Make in India event

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Mumbai | February 15, 2016 5:32 PM

He reiterated the fact that Indian film makers are always welcome to shoot in Poland and he announced that the country will further work towards easing out the laws and rules related to film making, giving the team from India a easy business environment

PolandPiotr Glinski (centre)

The Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland Professor Piotr Glinski on his recent visit to Mumbai for the Make in India event spoke exclusively to Express TravelWorld (ETW) on the importance of India’s film fraternity to Poland. He reiterated the fact that Indian film makers are always welcome to shoot in Poland and he announced that the country will further work towards easing out the laws and rules related to film making, giving the team from India a easy business environment.

In an exclusive interview with ETW, Glinski said, “Poland is a favourable destination and though it is a part of Europe, it is different from Western Europe. It is reasonable and affordable to shoot in the country. India and Poland have also strong traditional and historical linkages. We promise to offer Indian producers good conditions for shooting. We are in the process of redefining our rules and laws related to film making, offer more incentives and also reduce the taxes further.”

He added that he was highly impressed with India and the development that is taking place in the country. He was overwhelmed by the Indian hospitality and leaves the Make in India forum and the country highly impressed.

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