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A guide to Bollywood movies that were set or shot in Canadian cities
Tum Bin (2001): A romantic drama set in Calgary, the film garnered high praise for its soundtrack.
Bollywood/Hollywood (2002): A lighthearted poke at Bollywood's song-and-dance routines, it was directed by Deepa Mehta and stars Toronto actress Lisa Ray. Shot and set in Toronto.
Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003): In this romantic flick, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Preity Zinta and Saif Ali Khan, Toronto stands in for New York.
Neal 'n' Nikki (2005): A fluffy romantic comedy about Indian immigrants in Canada. Shot in Vancouver and Whistler.
Apne (2007): Another Toronto-as-New York production, starring Dharmendra, his sons Sunny and Bobby Deol, as well as Shilpa Shetty of "Big Brother" fame, and Katrina Kaif.
Thank You (2011): Starring Askay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor and Irrfan Khan, this film about philandering and soon-to-be-reformed husbands features several Ontario landmarks, including Toronto's Flatiron Building and the Air Canada Centre, as well as Niagara Falls.
Breakaway (coming soon): Canadian comic Russell Peters (pictured here) stars in this cross-cultural drama about hockey-mad Indian immigrants in Toronto's suburbs. (Bollywood's Akshay Kumar has a cameo.)
(Janice Pinto for The Globe and Mail)