The increased prosperity of Mumbai residents has no negative impact on the environment: Factories are switching to waste-free production, green spaces are everywhere, and subsidies for buyers of electric vehicles and a tax on petrol engines keep the city from choking.
The government is also investing in science and tech: Cleaners, waiters, cashiers, and most service staff are being replaced by robots. By 2050, India is closing the gap with other countries in automation — there is now one robot worker per 10 employees in the industry.
Against this backdrop, more people are finding themselves in the entertainment industry — Bollywood, like 20 years ago, is overflowing with new ideas and technologies. Special effects that seemed impossible to moviemakers at the beginning of the century are now part of standard evening entertainment.