Mumbai - the city that never sleeps... bright lights, neon signs, fast cars and beautiful people. It has a terrific network of pubs and discos catering to all varieties of party animals and night birds. Most Discos charge an entrance fee and some Discos only allow couples. The nightlife of Mumbai represents the hope, zeal and energy of this dynamic and vibrant city.
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Mumbai is home to Bollywood, the biggest Indian film industry which churns out hundreds of Hindi block-busters every year . There are a number of cinemas in the city screening a variety of movies. Mumbai also has a lively theatre scene and there are always interesting plays, both international as well as local to watch.
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This Link provides the information about one of Mumbai's Best Place to catch the plays.
In 1853 the first railway line in India between Mumbai and Thane was started. The Mumbai Suburban Railway Network extends from Churchgate to Virar on the west, Mumbai CST to Kasara / Karjat in Central & from Mumbai CST to Panvel on Harbour line.
Mumbai has now grown into a very large metropolitan city. It has earned a reputation of being a main centre of trade, commerce, communications, business, industry, entertainment and tourism in India . No history of Mumbai can be complete without the mention of Bollywood , the biggest Indian film industry which churns out hundreds of Hindi block-busters every year and lures many young star aspirants to the city every year.
Although the old Mumbai has undergone many changes during the last four to five decades, it has preserved its original charm. The real beauty of this city lies in the vivacity and diversity in its culture. People of all regions, religions and communities have settled here for generations and many more come here every day for business, trade, and tourism. Mumbai continues to charm as a magical city of dreams and infinite possibilities.
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