India has four metropolitan cities, namely Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, and Kolkata. As some of the prominent tier, 2 cities have morphed into metros since 2014, taking the total number of metros to eight—Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, and Pune are fresh additions. Hyderabad is one of the fastest-growing cities in India. As the city develops, the business in the city has been increasing enormously. Also, Hyderabad has emerged as an ideal cosmopolitan city for lakhs of population, who came from different States and countries. Hyderabad has been the country’s main point for scientific and technological development, not only in IT infrastructure but also in pharmaceutical and science research industries. The state’s support for IT sectors is strong.
Moreover, the investments of businesses from other states are splendid, along with the help of the government approving projects quickly, it has been the most attractive place for investors in the country. According to the reports, the demand and supply in this metropolitan city are huge when compared with other cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore.