In 2011, officials working on the 23rd James Bond film approached the Indian railway ministry for permission to film a scene atop a moving train.
Former Indian railway minister Dinesh Trivedi told The Hollywood Reporter at the time that producers were told filming could take place dependant on three criteria.
Skyfall was originally supposed to film in India until production fell through over a list of conditions put forth by the Indian Railways.
The talks fell through on the grounds that the minister didn’t permit the film crew to show India “in poor light”.
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