In love with Bollywood drama and their exotic shooting locations? Here are the 6 best places in popular films you can choose to spend your next vacation in!
Be it a snap or a full-fledged movie, you cannot help but appreciate the picturesque landscape they are shot on. Be it the snow capped mountains or the lush valleys, as diverse as India is, it sure keys the wanderlust in you and you would just love to pack your bags and race headlong to the places. Here are the choicest exceptional locations that were taken for movie shooting in India, and will be the ideal destination to quench your craving for movie and vacation!
Rohtang Pass, Himachal Pradesh-
If you fancy snow caps views and roads cut through snow, you are surely going to set camps here. The majestic Himalayas never fail to attract directors with the stunning scenery, and movies like 'Highway' and 'Jab We Met' were shot there. If you plan on trekking to this place, October might give you the comfy fleecy snow without freezing your bones.
Chapora Fort And Aguada Fort, Goa
Remember the scene from 'Dil Chahta Hai' where the three go to a road trip to Goa and chill at an old fort top? Yes, it's the Chapora Fort and Aguada fort. It has been the point where every movie showing Goa reflects. Even films like 'Rangeela', 'Dhoom' and 'Golmal' have collected scenes on the fort.
Pangong Lake- Leh
The still crystal clear lake on altitude way above sea level is something that pulls directors to shoot with them. Iconic movies like '3 Idiots',' Lakshya', and' Tashan' have been shot on the lake. You can take a bike ride with your bunch to rejoice these locations, most suitable in months from May-September. If you want to catch a glimpse of the frozen lake, November to January is the time to do so.
The most captivating feel-good movies like 'Roja', 'Ye Jawani Hai Deewani' have been reeled on them. The white snow, ideal weather condition makes it a must on everyone's travel list. The adventure sports facilities make it perfect for taking a long trip without getting jaded there.
Marine Drive- Mumbai
One for the birthplace of Bollywood, almost every movie that shows Mumbai is incomplete without showing the waves thrashing on the cemented barricades of the marine drive. A traveller's heaven, this city never lets you feel lonely.
The royalty vibe of Udaipur is a magnet to every historical movie. Be it, Ram Leela shooting in the Extrinsic Marigold Hotel or the ethnic cuisine of golden sand, this place never fails to give you the grand treatment. September to March can give you the memories of a lifetime.