GLASGOW came to a standstill as a Bollywood film crew took over the city centre again, the day after a wall of the City Chambers was left damaged when it was hit by a stunt car during filming of the new Salman Khan movie, Kick.

As enquiries continued into the cost of damage caused by the film crew, a council spokeswoman said: "The duty manager roped off the area and we will be in talks with the production company regarding repairing and paying for the damage."

A specialist will have to be called in to examine the patch on the 125-year-old administrative building before reconstruction work can begin.

The production team is still filming at the site on Cochrane Street, which was also used during the making of Brad Pitt's World War Z.

Last week it was reported that Salman Khan, one of Bollywood's biggest stars, was charged with culpable homicide by an Indian court.

Khan allegedly drove into a Mumbai bakery in 2002, killing a sleeping man on the street.

His Toyota Land Cruiser drove over five people, including Noor Ullah Khan,38, who died from his injuries and, if found guilty, Khan could face up to ten years behind bars.

The news didn't seem to deter fans, who flocked to George Square to catch a glimpse of the star, who is reported to have arrived in Glasgow on Friday.

Failing to meet Khan, Bollywood fanatics were not left disappointed when co-star Randeep Hoodah came to chat with them and sign autographs at the specially erected railings surrounding the site.

A series of road closures, which will affect streets in the city centre over the remaining 12 days of filming, caused traffic to build up on the approach to the city centre.

The area immediately surrounding George Square was closed off on Saturday and yesterday due to the film work, along with nearby Wilson Street and Candleriggs which were closed for the Merchant City Festival.