Bollywood movies have a knack of transporting us to mysterious places. Especially our Hindi film songs as they are often shot at exotic places, giving us serious travel goals. So from among hundreds of songs shot at breathtaking locales, here are our favorite picks. Take a look:
1. ‘Zara Sa Jhoom Loon Main’ from ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’, was filmed at Gstaad, Switzerland.
Remember the part where Kajol got drunk and started annoying Shah Rukh adorably? Well it was shot in a beguiling town in western Switzerland, Gstaad.
2. ‘Satrangi Re’ from ‘Dil Se’ captures the most beautiful landscapes of the mountain desert of Ladakh.
A rather tough terrain for shooting, but no other place could have captured the essence of this song as beautifully as Ladakh. The song features places like the Pangong Lake, the Thiksey Monastery and the Basgo Gompa.
5. ‘My Dil Goes Mmmm’ from ‘Salaam Namaste’ captured the best in Melbourne.
From the Southgate Pedestrian Bridge to the Webb Bridge in the Docklands, the tune takes you around the city’s enchanting attractions. It’s a “Preity” spot to be in and when you do visit this city, it will genuinely make your dil go mmm.
10. ‘Khwabon Ke Parindey’ from ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ looks dreamlike in Seville, Spain.
Three best freinds on a road trip discovering themselves. This is the song that plays while Hrithik Roshan, Abhay Deol and Farhan Akhtar, along with Kalki Koechlin, are on the road to Seville in Spain.