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Glasgow roads to close as filming starts on Bollywood blockbuster Tehran

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A busy road in Glasgow will be closed next week as Bollywood blockbusters are filmed.

The action-thriller Tehran, starring millionaire movie star John Abraham, will be filming at multiple locations across the city from Monday to July 28.

Several streets will be closed and people are being warned to plan their journeys ahead and only use emergency services or vehicles with special permission from the head of council.

A Glasgow City Council spokesman said: “Affected roads and restricted dates and times apply to all vehicles except emergency services vehicles carrying out an emergency response or vehicles licensed by Glasgow City Council Filming and Events.”

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Routes affected by the crew’s arrival include King Steet between Osborne Street and Bridgegate from 3pm on Monday to 11.30pm the next day.

Drivers will also be banned from entering the New Wynd between Parnie Street and Osborne Street between 10am and 11.30pm on Tuesday. Restrictions will also be in place on Osborne Street between King Street and Stockwell Street from 7pm to 11.30pm.

Described as a geopolitical thriller based on true events, the blockbuster is expected to be a cash cow for the city. It follows the arrival of last year’s Hollywood crew who transformed parts of Glasgow for the latest in the Batman and Indiana Jones series.

A series of other busy city centre streets will also be closed at various times as cameras film Tehran.

Cardogan Street between West Campbell Street and Douglas Street and Blythswood Street between Waterloo and Holm Street will be closed on Friday from 6pm to 10.30pm.

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Wellington Street, Blythswood Street, West Calder Street and Waterloo Street will be closed on July 17 from 3pm to 10.30pm and cars will not be able to enter Kerry between 10am and 10pm on July 25 Brown Street between Mia Street and Argyle Street.

Wilson Street between Glassford Street, Virginia Street and Virgin Place will also be closed to traffic on July 26 from 10am to 10pm.

Bell Street at the corner of Albion Street and High Street will also be affected on July 28 from 10am to 11.30pm.





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