National Museum of Indian Cinema Opens in Mumbai

National Museum of Indian Cinema Opens in Mumbai
The National Museum of Indian Cinema,

Get a sneak peek into film-making at the National Museum of Indian Cinema

OT Staff
January 28 , 2019
01 Min Read

Bollywood forms the essence of Mumbai. Popular film stars grace its corner adding to the magical vibe of this dazzling city. For the city that never sleeps Bollywood is one of its most important lifelines. Holding close to the spirit of Mumbai, a new attraction is all set to open its gates. The National Museum of Indian Cinema (NMIC), the first of its kind, capturing nearly 100 years of history of films in India will cater to all those cinema enthusiasts, filmmakers, among others. 

With aim to evaluate the influence of cinema in the country, the NMIC houses artifacts, equipment like cameras, editing, & recording machines, projectors etc., costumes, photographs and other material are proposed to be kept in the Museum. There will also be a Museum shop which will sell the copies/photographs etc. of the vintage items, books and booklets on the work of noted film makers. Make your Bollywood a reality at this new apple of the eye attraction in Mumbai. Furthermore, the museum has four halls named Gandhi and Cinema, Children’s Film Studio, Technology, Creativity and Indian Cinema and Cinema across India. Each hall is unique and encapsulates the different sides of Bollywood.  


Watch as history is rewritten at the National Museum of Indian Cinema. Witness how films come to be and experiment with cameras to shoot your own little scene. Experience films from behind the screens at this glamorous new showpiece. 

Ticket Price:

Children & Student: Free

Adult: 20

Foreigners: 500

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