Bandra Worli Sea Link - Virtual Tour & Construction Sequence

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11 Amazing Abandoned Airplanes

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The greatest Engineering Marvel of Modern India - A construction that has become the identity, the Landmark of of India's Commercial Capital - Mumbai.. The Bandra Worli Sea Link, constructed by HCC Ltd.

This film shows the step-by-step construction sequence of this great Monument - along with a Virtual Tour. It describes in great details the steps of construction and fascinating Engineering behind it.

This film is a property of our client HCC Ltd. We have showcased it here to present our ability to develop such films

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