DESCRIPTION: When J.B. (Jon Hamm) fails to close a major deal, his sports agency runs out of money and jeopardizes his opulent lifestyle—sleek suits, model-only girlfriends, and all. So he decides to recruit the first Major League Baseball player from India and brings back three kids to train for a tryout. In the midst of teaching them about baseball and American novelties like pizza delivery boys, J.B. learns to care for the kids and to respect the traditions that matter so much to them. He may have started out as a glossy, fast-talking sports agent but J.B. ends up being so much more and gains some yoga moves and even a non-model love interest along the way Built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to honor his wife's memory, the Taj Mahal is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site that draws millions of visitors per year. Its glistening white marble exterior, gardens and design are considered to constitute a paragon of Mughal architecture. Scroll down to see more film locations identifed from Million Dollar Arm.