MUMBAI: Whistling Woods International (WWI) has inked an agreement with the Government of Bermuda. The Premier of Bermuda Ewart Frederick Brown visited the Whistling Woods International campus to sign a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Whistling Woods International founder and chairman Subhash Ghai.
As per the MoU, WWI & Mukta Arts Ltd. will recommend Bermuda to the Indian entertainment industry. The Government of Bermuda will also provide sponsorships to two students every year from Bermuda to study filmmaking at WWI.
Brown said, "Whistling Woods International is considered as a gateway to Indian Cinema which is recognized globally and hence, I am here to encourage Indian film shoots to happen in Bermuda which will help us to promote tourism in Bermuda through Indian cinema".
Ghai said, "It is a great honor to have such personalities from all over the world visiting our institute. Whistling Woods International is now truly international with this association and with this we expect a lot of Bollywood shoots to happen in Bermuda".
"WWI is looking at expanding new horizons and this is the first step towards the long relation with the Government of Bermuda. We look forward to having students from Bermuda coming and experiencing the varied culture and techniques of filmmaking in India, thereby opening the minds of the young generation," said Mukta Arts Ltd executive director Ravi Gupta.