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Bollywood movie star to promote Fiji tourism

Kalesi Mele
Thursday, May 25, 2017

TOURISM Fiji and Fiji Airways will be hosting Bollywood actress Ileana D'Cruz on a trip to Fiji as part of the Travelogue produced by the Times of India.

The travelogue which will air on the Times Now TV channel will feature Ms D'Cruz's experiences in Fiji.

In a joint statement by the two companies it was indicated that the trip was part of a wider marketing campaign that Tourism Fiji and Fiji Airways have ventured into and would showcase Fiji's culture and stunning scenery through video, images and social media, to strengthen Fiji's market relations with India.

Ms D'Cruz is a prominent feature in Telugu and Bollywood cinema, and has won Awards for Best Female Debut — South for the Telugu film Devadasu.

She will travel with the Times of India film crew who will capture her exploring different aspects of Fiji's tourism products.

The team was expected to arrive in the country later this month.

Shooting would take place in the Mamanuca's, Pacific Harbour, the Coral Coast, Suva and Denarau.

Images and content from her visit would be published in the ET Panache Travel, the travel supplement of Economic Times and amplified on the publication's social media platforms.

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