Shout out to all the desi living abroad or visiting abroad. Here’s a Bollywood guide to help you identify the great films shot in locations you never knew about. Bollywood loves keeping it real apart from high budget cinematography. A Swiss Alp dance sequel or break ups at a quaint Italian cafe. We want it all, here are five prominent places you must visit if you are a die hard Bollywood fan.

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Dubai gives us a dip inside the most luxurious city in the UAE. Hence the classic luxury shots was chosen for the Hindi movie Race.The growing adrenaline-pump car chase to the display of high-profile lives of its characters, Race and Dubai is a perfect combination, nothing could collab as better as a high profiled background and evil villains.The perfect place for the display of money, wealth, pride and Ferrari.


Singapore has a spectacular beauty of for its high raised skyline. A perfect location to cast our very own superhero, Krrish. It’s easier to fight crime from the Lion City! This action-packed film scenes in the movie were the chasing of the villain played by Naseeruddin Shah was shot on the streets of Singapore. Many scenes of the movie were shot in Singapore enhancing its popular locations like the Fountain of Wealth,  Merlion, Southern Islands, Raffles Place, Sentosa Island, Elgin Bridge, Esplanade and Tiger Balm Gardens. You perfect one-stop to recreate your perfect Bollywood selfie.

Mauritius: Go Goa Gone

You might think it’s a myth but almost one-third of the Indian movie, Go Goa Gone was shot in Mauritius.The irony was never Goa as the name suggests. The scenes beautifully capture the white sandy beaches, lush green forests, the spectacular Rochester Falls proudly situated in Mauritius. It’s a hard bet to compete with one of our favourite party destinations. Mauritius, like portrayed in the movie, is an almost imitation of being just as perfect as Goa! Take a flight to this graceful country and soak up the sun at the exact same spot where Saif Ali Khan did it.

London, Trafalgar Square

All the main Bollywood classics like the scene with Rohan dancing to Vande Mataram  in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Can’t slip our minds. It all started since Amrish Puri fed the pigeons referred to as kabootar at Trafalgar Square in Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaayenge. The recent sequel when Ranbir Kapoor cries on the London roads in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. We have seen most parts of London on screen not to forget King Khan singing to ‘Challa’ in Jab Tak Hai Jaan. London marks few parts of movies including Cocktail and Fan.

Budapest, Budapest Chain Bridge

This bridge made history in Bollywood from a shot from  ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal‘ was taken at the Liberty Bridge in Budapest, Hungary. Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon romance in ‘Raabta’ was shot at places like the rustic Keleti Train Station,  quaint Callas Cafe Restaurant and Heroes Square. The major classic we cannot forget in the history of Bollywood ‘Hum Dil Chuke Sanam‘ the most memorable climax sequence on the bridge was in Royal Hungarian Opera House and Budapest Chain Bridge.