Bollywood Movies Indian Cities:
Since it’s inception, Bollywood has given importance to the location. By doing so, they have popularized cities and towns across the country. Bollywood movies are shot in so many major cities in our country. From Amritsar to Chennai, we have seen no many cultures and different spirits of people in the movies. These Bollywood movies perfectly capture the true essence of the city so much that it makes us want to visit that place. The lead actors and their connection to the city help in shaping the film that makes the location searching process pretty crucial for the film. Let’s have a look at some of the movies that capture the true spirit of the city.
Vidya Balan’s kahaani was shot during the festive season of Durga pooja. Scenes in the movies give you a rough idea of how the city is decorated during the time of September and October. It shows the bylanes and mysterious lanes of Kolkatta that only the local people know.
2. Kai Po Che
Sushant Singh Rajput, Rajkumar Rao, and Amit Sadh starrer Kai Po Che! Deserves applause for various reasons. The movie was shot in Ahmedabad. It perfectly shows the Gujrati Land and its local population with amazing and interesting food habits.
For most of us, Kolkatta is all about Durga Puja, and it’s a massive celebration, but Mani Ratnam’s Yuva shows Kolkata in a different light that I’m pretty sure you haven’t seen before. The movies revolve around intense student politics and urban romances.
Shah Rukh and Anushka Sharma starrer Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi take you into the lanes of Amritsar. It perfectly shows the spirit of the people of Punjab with beautiful bungalows and huge terraces, it gives you an idea of what it would be like to live in one of the most populated regions of Punjab. And yes, don’t forget to notice the exquisite beauty of the Golden temple.
Apart from being the national capital of our country, Delhi has a history of culture and heritage. Sonam Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan’s Delhi 6 shows the old Delhi beautifully. From drying pickle on rooftops to changing outfits on Metro station, Delhi 6 will show you the perfect fusion of the old and new Delhi cultures.
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