There are at least two points of interest worth visiting in Malabar Hill, a hill 50 metres above the sea. There's a Jain temple with white marble and embossed silver doors, and the haven that is the Hanging Gardens. You have the opportunity to explore one of the most luxurious residential areas in the city; real estate prices here are among the most expensive in the world. Here is the official residence of the Governor of Maharashtra, as well as the homes of some Bollywood stars. The view of Bombay is quite impressive.
One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Mumbai, where you can see the daily life of this old, poor district, where the houses are literally glued to the Banganga Tank. You can see families living in a space of two square metres, cows eating in the street ... a real contrast with modern Mumbai with the skyscrapers looming in the background.
Bollywood is not really a place. The people of Mumbai are accustomed to seeing movies filmed on the beaches and other places of the city. The film industry continues to produce entertainment, and there is a constant flow on the walls and facades and in the newspapers. Unable to visit "Mahubuab Studio" in Bandra West, I did see them filming in the tropical park Taj Lands End, and then strolled along the "Walk of Stars" on Bandstand Promenade. Moreover, the films can always be seen on televisions in restaurants.