Mumbai, capital city of Maharashtra has a population of 20.7 million as of 2011 making it the most populous city in India and the fifth most in the world. With important financial institutions like the RBI, SEBI, Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange all being based in areas of prime real estate in Mumbai it is considered the financial capital as well as the entertainment capital because of the vast Bollywood presence. Mumbai has also grown to become a global financial hub hosting a number of headquarters of Indian companies and multinational corporations.
The Sealink India's first cable stayed bridge is an engineering marvel connecting Bandra and Worli. The bridge cuts down travel time between the western suburbs and Nariman point, the central business district in South Mumbai. Other major roads of the city are western and eastern express highways and Sion Panvel Express way.
Mumbai has five main roads that define the city.
The Western Express Highway and SV road connect the western suburbs of the city from Bandra to Dahisar.
The Eastern Express Highway connects Mumbai city proper to Eastern Suburbs all the way to Thane stretching out entirely from the North to the South.
India's first six lane concrete expressway that connects Mumbai to Pune and spans over 93km is another road that defines the city and finally the Sion-Panvel expressway that allows easy access to people of Navi Mumbai to Mumbai proper.
6.16% of the total GDP comes from the financial and commercial capital, Mumbai.
Key contributors to Mumbai's economy are gems, jewelry, leather, IT and ITES. Two of the major financial centres in Mumbai are the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) and Nariman Point.
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