India produces the second most movies after Hollywood.
So does the trope of breaking the fourth wall exist in Indian movies?
In Indian Bollywood movies, it is pretty common to break the fourth wall in comic scenes. Like in the movie Mard, the lead actor Amitabh Bacchan talks facing the screen. He is clearly talking to the audience.
There are some movies with Govinda and Kadar Khan where they talk to the audience. Also, in a lot of 80's movie end scenes you can find an actor asking the audience to leave to their homes.
However, the term "breaking the fourth wall" is not common in bollywood. It happens mostly in comedy movies or in other movies in comic way.
"The Accidental Prime minister" is one such movie where the fourth wall is broken most of the times by the actor Akshay Khanna who plays the role of Sanjay Baru the narrator of the story and also on whose book the film is based. Sanjay Baru was a secretary in Dr. Manmohan Singh's regime.