"I am looking forward to the sequel of Kabali to be shot in Malaysia", said Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, who described himself as a "big fan" of Tamil movies.
It added that Malaysia is optimistic that the visit would further strengthen the existing friendly ties between Malaysia and India, not only in the areas of bilateral cooperation but also on regional and global issues.
Malaysia will also be a participating member in the anti-terrorism conference that India intends to organise later this year as part of creating an alternate narrative of Islam through moderate clerics and scholars.
Reciprocating the President's sentiments, Mr Razak said, India has always supported Malaysia in hard times.
An MoU was also signed between the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) and Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) on mutual recognition of educational qualifications. "Arrived in New Delhi to begin the second-leg of my official visit".
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Following Saturday's talks, India and Malaysia signed agreements, including on civil aviation, education, human resource development and setting up of a fertiliser plant in Malaysia and a technology park in Andhra Pradesh. Meanwhile, India is Malaysia's 10th largest trading partner, accounting for 3.3 per cent, or US$11.7 billion, of our total trade.
"So you can see it is a significant economic relationship", he said.
Welcoming the ongoing cooperation on counter terrorism, the two nations "agreed to further enhance cooperation in this direction" and recognised the need "to address the challenges posed by terrorism, and other traditional and non-traditional threats".
The IAF has already been training the Malaysian pilots. India inducted the Russian-made Sukhois into its inventory in 1997 and has been steadily adding to its numbers in the Indian Air Force.
He is scheduled to travel to Jaipur today to attend a high-level discussion on the progress of Malaysian companies in infrastructure projects in the state of Rajasthan.