Open Time : 10AM to 5PM
Entry : paid
Address : Film City, Film City Road, Film City Complex, Aarey Colony, Goregaon, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Why to visit Film city
The expansive area, which covers 520 acres of land, has twenty indoor studios and numerous outdoor sets scattered throughout rich, verdant vegetation settings.
The majority of films and television programmes are filmed in Film City because of its excellent amenities and facilities for the film industry.
Approximately 1000 film sets can be built up at once in Film City, which has been the site of more than 900 motion pictures, as well as numerous commercials and television series, throughout the years.
Numerous trips are organised by the government and other tour operators that give you the chance to visit opulent film locations, see what goes on behind the scenes, and, if you're lucky, maybe even run into your favourite movie star.
INR 599-INR 1699 per person
Distance from Mumbai Bus Stand:
31.4 km from MSRTC Mumbai Central
FAQ on Film city
When is the best time to visit Fim City Mumbai?
Even though Film City welcomes visitors all year long, most visitors choose to go in the winter because the weather in Mumbai is more nice during this time, allowing them to roam around and explore the many sets. The tour can become quite exhausting very quickly in the sweltering summers, and it may be impossible to see the outdoor sets well during monsoons.
Is it possible to visit Mumbai Film City?
Although the Film City is available for public tours, entrance requires prior authorization.
How to reach Film City Mumbai?
Taking a local train on the Western Line from Churchgate station to Goregaon station is the best method to get to Film City. You can take a rickshaw from Goregaon to Film City. You can also hire a cab and have it drop you off right outside Film City's entrance. There are additional buses that go to Goregaon accessible.
The cost of entry to Film City in Mumbai is approx Rs. 499 for Indian citizens and around Rs. 3,250 for all other nationalities.
By Suraj Seth