Film City Construction is likely to start in January 2022, near Noida.


The construction of the film city project is likely to start in January 2022 by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath near Noida, said state government officials on Monday.

To construct a public-private partnership model at an estimated cost of Rs 6,000 crore, the project is recommended to appear in Sector 21 of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) in Gautam Budh Nagar district.

The officials said that the company has to prepare the bid document within three weeks. Soon after, domestic and foreign companies can participate under the global tender.

The company’s selection for building the project will be held in three phases that will be finalised by December 31.

With the 40 years agreement with the company, the construction will likely start in January next year.

Last year in December, chief minister Adityanath announced plans to build a film city near Noida on 1,000 acres of land.

A New Film City

After the announcement of the film city near Noida has grabbed everyone’s attention.

After the suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput and the unrest that followed seems to have tempted yogi Adityanath to try the film industry in UP.

The clear objective is to provide a facilitative environment for similar-minded filmmakers.

UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath was quite evident with the aim while announcing in September. He implies Mumbai had lagged to produce nationalistic films.

So, the new film city will promote national sentiment and people’s aspiration for a new India.

His narrative stated that Due to recent incidents, the Mumbai film industry has emerged as an anti-Hindu, anti-national and controlled entity by the underworld and the drug mafia, which was easily sipped by a large section of people and best fitted in political notions.

Such an industry will provide opportunities and employment to large sections of people and promote the state’s culture and diversity.

DPR of Film City get Approved:

YEIDA, on January 8, hired the firm CBRE as a consultant to prepare the DPR. The DPR suggested three models for the project’s development – one model had the developer give some rent to the state and Yeida.

The second had the developer provide a stake in the project to the state and Yeida.

In contrast, the third had the developer giving a share of its profits to the government every year.

Officials said that the government finally resolved for a model that encompassed some of the three models.

According to the DPR, the official said that the land would divide into an amusement park of 120 acres, commercial development of 40 acres, retail space of 34 acres, and five-star hotels of 21 acres.

The film facilities of 740 acres, residential usage of people engaged in film productions 40 acres and 40 acres to world-class film institutes.

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