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These three lands finalised for new film city in Greater Noida

Three land parcels were selected for the new Film City in Greater Noida. UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath wants to build a film city there. The film city will be India’s largest and most beautiful film city. There are two other sites in the Yamuna Expressway area. In Sector 21, the Yamuna Expressway is one of the three largest with 1000 acres. Yamuna Expressway is also the nearest international airport.

There is also a set of plots in four sectors, which are 162,164,165 and 166.

• Film City will be ready with 200 ACRES

This set is set aside for the last 15 years of Night Safari. The government owns 500 acres in sites on the Yamuna Expressway. CEOs of Noida, more and more Noida, and Yamuna Expressway Development Authority are likely to join through video calling.

The Film City project is important to the government and they are ready for it. Yogi announced the new film city needed to promote the state as a hub for filmmaking. The Film City project will bring employment, investment, and development to its state. The Authority will also provide 200 acres of land immediately by acquiring together in vacant plots in 162,164,165 and 168 areas.

This is an excellent step taken by the government which is really helpful for the development of our country. Night Safari was also proposed by Mulayam Singh Yadav in 2005. Night Safari has been closed for the present, there are several reasons, including funds and various other reasons.

The Yamuna Expressway area is chosen to be a Film City for various reasons as it has a lot of open and empty areas. This project will provide great opportunities for many people and their state. This is going to be a more and more unique approach in our country and more and more film stars and producers will be shooting in this film city.

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