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  • Mumbai Calling (TV Series 2007– ) - IMDb

    With Sanjeev Bhaskar, Nitin Ganatra, Ratnabali Bhattacharjee, Daisy Beaumont. Kenny, a British-born Indian, is transferred to Mumbai to work in an Indian call center.

  • Mumbai Calling - Wikipedia

    Mumbai Calling is a British-Indian comedy series, starring Sanjeev Bhaskar, set in the fictional Teknobable call centre in Mumbai. The series was shot on location in ...

  • Mumbai Calling - Show News, Reviews, Recaps and Photos ...

    Kenny Gupta (Sanjeev Bhaskar), a British-born Indian, is sent on a transfer to Mumbai, India to work in the Teknobable call center. When arriving in India however ...

  • Mumbai Calling - ITV Sitcom - British Comedy Guide

    A guide to Mumbai Calling, the 2007 - 2009 ITV TV sitcom. ITV sitcom set in an Indian call centre. British-born Kenny is sent to India to run the business. He must ...

  • Mumbai Calling - Episode Guide -

    Episode Recap Mumbai Calling on Watch Mumbai Calling episodes, get episode information, recaps and more.

  • 'Mumbai Calling' - Home | Facebook

    'Mumbai Calling'. 219 likes. Explore the Mystic Mumbai with us! Embark on the journey as we unravel Aamchi Mumbai, its history, its significance and most...

  • Mumbai Calling Trailer - YouTube

    TV comedy favourite Sanjeev Bhaskar (TVs Goodness Gracious Me, The Kumars at No: 42) stars in the hilarious send up of the call centre industry, Mumbai ...

  • Watch Mumbai Calling Episodes Online | SideReel

    Watch Mumbai Calling episodes online. Visit SideReel to access links to episodes, show schedules, reviews, recaps and more. Sign up for free!

  • How to Call Mumbai, India | Call Mumbai, India

    Dialing codes and procedure on how to make international phone calls to Mumbai, India (aka Bombay) from countries worldwide

  • Mumbai Calling - Android Apps on Google Play

    When the first train on the Indian soil made its maiden journey from Boribunder to Thana on the 16th of April 1853, very few might have imagined how strong ...

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