Medical College

Do you have a large sequence to shoot in a college? Is you film based on college students and their college life? Are you thinking of making a set of a college or trying to use a college during vacations with too many extras to fill in as students? Well these are the common questions that may come to your mind when you have a college sequence to shoot. But now this problem is solved.
The People's University is here to help you shoot your film in a real college location, with real students passing by here and there. So you don't need to hire any extras and shoot during vacations or even make a set. The People's University and its colleges can be a part of your film and it is going to give you a real look for sure.
The People's University is one of the most talked about educational establishments that Bhopal has come up with in the past years. Though being a Private University, it is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified University. It is recognized under the UGC and all other authentic Statutory Bodies and Councils. The People's University is considered as the largest in Central India. 
Spread across 70 acres of land approximately, this University has been running successful courses in almost all medical segments, business management, hotel management, technology and research and development. Every passing year the university has received more and more applications from potential students who are the future of the country. 
The People's University is also a part of the Film City and already the Sunny Deol starrer "Singh Saab The Great" has been shot here, in real life locations with real college students. The interior of the college is extremely beautiful and the colorful surroundings of the college gives it a vibrant and lively look which can bring more reality to the film. 
So if you think of making a film based on college life and you have a college like the "Imperial College of Engineering" of "3 Idiots" in mind, you can find it here in the People's Film City. So why make a set when you can have a real college for your film?