Do you fancy featuring in Bollywood blockbuster?
Makers of a blockbuster Bollywood movie are looking for hundreds of extras to take part in filming when the cameras visit Leicestershire next week.
Some of India's biggest stars will be filming scenes for the movie Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 (Mad Madder Maddest 2) at Stanford Hall, near Lutterworth, next Saturday.
However, the film's producers are still 700 extras short and are asking for members of the public to come forward to take part in the Asian production.
The film features Dharmendra Singh Deol – known as the Action King of Hindi cinema – who has appeared in more than 270 films.
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Production manager Andrew Cooke said: "We're looking for about 700 extras which I'm sure we'll get.
"They don't need to be able to dance or sing, they just have to turn up and fill out the background.
"This is a great opportunity for anyone who loves Bollywood.
"It's my first Bollywood film and I must say it's quite an experience."
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A team of about 70 cast and crew has flown over from India to produce the film, which will be shown to millions of people worldwide.
The film's other stars include Dharmendra's sons, Sunny and Bobby Deol.
Anyone interested in being part of the movie can fill out one of the application forms, right, or visit the web address at the bottom of the story.
UK casting co-ordinator Sany Supra said: "There are some huge names in this film. Anyone who knows Bollywood will know how big they actually are.
"The people that come forward for a part as an extra will be on the big screen all round the world.
"We want to attract a diverse range of people, not just one ethnicity – the casting is open to everyone. It's an exciting project to be part of."
Extras will be notified by e-mail whether they have been successful by Friday and will receive an official invitation.
They will need full Indian wedding dress and are being asked to bring an umbrella and comfortable shoes.
Other locations for the movie include New Walk Museum and the University of Leicester.
Assistant city mayor Councillor Piara Singh Clair said: "This film will put Leicester and the museum in front of huge audiences across the world and we are really looking forward to seeing the final product."