Bollywood star Kabir Bedi and Norman Jewison open William F. White Centre

Kabir Bedi, one of Bollywood’s biggest stars, celebrated Toronto’s booming film and TV production industry with Canadian director Norman Jewison in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday night for the opening of the $20-million William F. White Centre. William F. White is Canada’s oldest and largest provider of motion picture, television and theatrical production equipment and the new centre is a 338,000 square-foot complex located on nearly 17 acres. In the above photo, left to right: William F. White VP Business Development Rick Perotto, Bollywood Superstar Kabir Bedi, Director Norman Jewison and his wife Lynne St. David-Jewison, WFW Centre Property Manager Alex Bronfman, Comedian Alan Park, WFW Chairman/CEO Paul Bronfman and his wife Judy Bronfman, MPP-Etobicoke Lakeshore Laurel Broten, Ontario Minister of Tourism & Culture Michael Chan, WFW Director, Marketing & Communications Lowell Schrieder, Producer Don Carmody

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