London has fallen in Hindi dubbing. The metropolitan metropolis witnessed the complete abandonment of the Indian way of life with the onset of multi-national culture in the region.
The basic cause was a callous attitude on the part of many Indian workers who had earlier built the railroads and large monuments for the British. When the first multi-national trade fair took place in London, the last bastion of British rule was shaken by the present government. And the locals were not too keen on going to the fair as they feared to be subject to severe harassment by the trade fraternity.
The Delhi High Court too tried to get the state government to stop Hindi dubbing. However, the Delhi administration couldn't take the court's pressure and was forced to relent.
The demand for the ban on Hindi dubbing became so strong that the Delhi government has not been able to make any headway against the demand for such a ban. The middle classes and the middle class families have always considered Hindi dubbing as a part of the culture of the British. The British never tried to hide their efforts to show how far away they were from the people, and they used to attend festivals and celebrations through different means. The English language had been ignored as well, especially with the aid of the Moors.
For many years, the British government had continued to neglect the growing demand for Hindi dubbing. But with the increase in people with computer skills, computer dubbing has become an art form. If you want to see a Hindi version of a famous movie or cartoon, there are entire web sites dedicated to this particular genre.
In the popular Hindi version of the movie 'Train Ho', a train runs right through the scene and a lot of puns and jokes go in this manner. This scene alone could easily make it the greatest hit in the history of the franchise. The popularity of the movie has given many actors a platform to express their views and they have never stopped making films in Hindi dubbing as well.
The first movie in London to feature a Hindi dubbing was 'The Help'. However, it was a big hit for the first time, and so the situation has improved ever since.
Since the train scenes are at the forefront of the film, the industry has been busy creating train sets and even trains in London. If you're interested in the exact same scene, you might have to go to Ealing studios. There, the production crew has dedicated themselves to producing replicas of the trains on a very high scale.
You can go to the next level as well, by visiting the market places in London. You will find that the crowd of people is much more supportive towards Hindi dubbing. Once you visit one of these places, you'll find yourself immersed in the sound of the same train running through the streets, and you will realize the thrill you are in for.
In fact, you can opt for English dubbing if you prefer. The streets are full of lots of shops and markets that display the goods of various states and countries.