Bob was fortunate enough to be hosted by the MD of West London Film Studios, Frank Khalid, at his studios. Many high-end productions have been shot there, ranging from The Imitation Game to the San Junipero episode of Black Mirror - so he couldn't be happier to see where the magic happens.
In the Commons Bob held an event for the Indian Saint Pujyashree Bhupendrabhai Pandya, who talked about the teachings we can learn from the deity Hanuman and the Hanuman Chalisa. They were joined by leaders across different faith groups and leading professionals from India to celebrate this wonderful occasion.
In celebration of its 100-year anniversary, Bob visited the Tesco store in Belmont Circle. It was the perfect occasion for him to hear about the company’s proposals on how to resuscitate our high streets by introducing an online sales tax of 2% of turnover alongside a reduction in business rates.
Bob went to Harrow Mosque to celebrate the end of Ramadan at the big Iftar alongside friends and colleagues. It was a great chance to wish everyone there Ramadan Mubarak as they broke their fast. Bob thanks the community at KSIMC in Stanmore for their hospitality as he also broke the fast with them.
The renowned actor and singer Amit Kumar visited Bob and other MPs in the House of Commons and Bob presented him with a lifetime achievement award. A special thanks is also owed to Suresh Kumar for organising the event and to Councillor Anjana Patel for all the arrangements.
Bob was pleased to attend the opening of the Vishnu Sahasranaam Prayer Group at Dhamecha Lohana Centre as they celebrated the anniversary of their formation. The Vishnu Sahasranaam prayer is considered to be one of the most effective prayers in Hindu religion.