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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid respect to Indian independence leader Mohandas K. Gandhi Monday and met with young entrepreneurs in India's financial capital of Mumbai to speak with the country's next generation of business leaders.William and Kate received a warm reception at the western Indian city's famous park as they met representatives from three charities and chatted and played ball games with disadvantaged children.Inside they mixed with a host of Hindi movie stars including Shah Rukh Khan, Anil Kapoor, Sonam Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.Day two of their tour of the Indian subcontinent came after the royal couple met Boman Kohinoor, owner of Mumbai's most famous Parsi cafe, Sunday evening. Kohinoor, 93, has a strong claim to be India's biggest fan of the British royal family – giant cardboard cutouts of William and Kate adorn his restaurant – and he told AFP Friday he was desperate to meet them. Kohinoor, who gave Kate a bouquet of yellow flowers, admitted he was slightly nervous – although not too much on account of his age.William Monday also got behind the wheel of a racing car simulator as he and Kate chatted with entrepreneurs in Mumbai.
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