Visit These 5 Indian Movie Locations To Have Your Movie Moment

We all grew up watching Indian movies. Even though the romance, drama, thriller, action and horror stories have kept us entertained, one thing we have always wished for is to visit the majestic places shown in the movies. From time to time, we imagined ourselves in the picturesque places where a film was shot. As much as filmmakers like to shoot across international borders, various Indian locations have also intrigued them in the same way. So we’re here to tell you about some of the places you can actually visit to have your movie moment.

Athirapally and Vazhachal Falls in Thrissur from Baahubali

Baahubali: The Beginning was released in 2015. The movie poster featured a majestic waterfall behind the main character carrying the Shivling on his shoulder. If you’ve ever wondered where these waterfalls are, then we’re here to reveal the mystery. The falls that appeared in the movie are Athirapally and Vazhachal Falls located in Thrissur, Kerala. They are said to be the biggest waterfall in South India. After the filming of the film, the falls were named Baahubali Waterfall.

Pamban Bridge in Chennai from Chennai Express

Do you remember the train scene from the movie Chennai Express? If so, would you like to visit the majestic bridge over the sea that featured in the film? If your answer is still yes, then we have what you need. The scene with Rameswaram Chennai Express was shot on Pamban Bridge. It is almost 15 km from the Rameswaram bus station. You can take a train from Rameswaram to Chennai and on the way the bridge will appear. You can look out the window and see the train rolling on the sea and the sun shining in the sky.

Benares Ghats of Masaan

The critically acclaimed film Masaan gave insight into the lives of people living and winning the Benares Ghats. There are around 40 ghats in Benares, each holding a different story in itself. Dashashwamedh Ghat is said to be the main ghat as the famous Ganga Arti takes place there every night. In the movie Masaan, Harischandra Ghat and Manikarnika Ghat have been featured. These are the ghats where cremation takes place. However, people can enjoy boat ride, sunset, Ganga Arti and special chai on Benares ghats.

Aru Valley in Jammu and Kashmir from the highway

Highway is a film that takes us on a journey through India from Punjab to Himachal Pradesh and from there to Jammu and Kashmir. It was a game-changer for Alia’s career. One such location featured in the film was the Aru Valley in Jammu and Kashmir. In the scene where Alia can be seen wearing a long black kaftan enjoying the sun, the location is that of the Aru Valley. The scenic location is the starting point for the hike to the Kolahoi Glacier.

Taj Mahal in Agra, India from Arangi Re and Youngistaan

If you remember the Akshay Kumar magic show sequence from Arangi Re, then you will know that the scene was shot at the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal has been the favorite location of many filmmakers. He has appeared in many Hindi films. The song Suno Na Sangemarar was also shot at the historical monument. The beauty of the white architectural marvel attracts thousands of tourists every day. So, if you want to experience a perfect Bollywood moment, you must visit the Taj Mahal at least once in your life.

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