8 Incredible Bollywood Songs Locations In India You Can Actually Visit! | HolidayIQ Blog

8 Incredible Bollywood Songs Locations In India You Can Actually Visit!

blogspot.com blogspot.com
Ever watched a film and said to yourself, ‘I wish I could go there’? What vicarious thrills! And since we all are looking for a travel epiphany, may be, this is one is for you. HolidayIQ Travellers pick 8 songs and their locations that will inspire you to travel.

8 Incredible Bollywood Songs Locations In India You Can Actually Visit!:

  1. Darjeeling (West Bengal)
  2. Goa
  3. Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir)
  4. Agra (Uttar Pradesh)
  5. Ladakh (Leh) (Jammu & Kashmir)
  6. Kolkata (West Bengal)
  7. Sikkim
  8. Kerala

1. Barfi - Main Kya Karoon, Darjeeling

source: blogspot.com

Breakfast at Keventers, a walk near the clock tower, a ride on the toy train, and a glimpse of the tea plantations…all you need is a cup of Darjeeling chai and this song playing in the background, and you’ll get that cosy Darjeeling feel in the air. “Watch the beautiful sunrise from Tiger Hill, have delicious tea and take a ride on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway,” says HolidayIQ Traveller Bijoy. Adds Siladitya Sen from Kolkata, “Do not miss sausages served for breakfast at Keventers, pastries from Glenary’s and Darjeeling tea served at Nathmulls.”

How to reach | Where to stay

11923 Ratings | 7372 Reviews | 75 Sightseeings | 1216 Photos

2. Dil Chahta Hai - Title Song, Goa

source: blogspot.com

A road trip to Goa with your best friends on the beautiful Bombay-Goa highway – that’s the stuff cult movies are made of. As the song progresses, Goa appears in all its glory -  the white sandy beaches, Arabian Sea waters, the adventure sports and finally, the famous scene of the wall at Chapora Fort. This song truly transports you to the coolest holiday destination. “This is where the scene in Dil Chahta Hai was shot, the three friends sitting on top of the fort. The view from the top is very beautiful,” says HolidayIQ Traveller Nikhil Vajandra.

How to reach | Where to stay

9763 Ratings | 6350 Reviews | 3189 Photos

3. Jab Tak Hai Jaan - Jiya Re - Dal Lake, Srinagar

source: filmapia.com

As Anushka Sharma dances on those shikaras, runs across mountains and has a fun time with the locals; you see the simplicity and beauty of Kashmir. Truly a heavenly destination - the perfect crown to our nation. HolidayIQ Traveller K.K.Goswami says, “Shikara, a unique decorated small boat, ideal for a couple or a small family to go round the lake, enjoy the floating shops, local refreshment etc. Water scooter, motor boat and watersports are main attractions for young. House boat, the floating home are of amazing place with all modern amenities and delicious Kashmiri food, is really keep in your heart for life long. You will desire to go again and again.”

How to reach | Where to stay

12961 Ratings | 7571 Reviews | 49 Sightseeings | 988 Photos

4. Youngistaan - Suno Na Sangemarmar - Taj Mahal, Agra

source: imgur.com

What better place to propose to your beloved than at the Taj Mahal itself? HolidayIQ Traveller Karan Brahmbhatt says, “The Taj Mahal is a magnificient monument that manages to surprise visitors even after 400 years! The sheer size and perfection of the artwork & design are something that can only be experienced.”

How to reach | Where to stay

15933 Ratings | 8854 Reviews | 107 Sightseeings | 798 Photos

5. Fugly - Banjarey, Ladakh

source: bollywoodlife.com

The vast nothingness, a lonely stretch of road and group of close friends taking their friendship to another level is what Banjarey from Fugly has to say. The masti and the fun that these four friends have while they embark on this breathtaking journey is the highlight of the song. Not to miss the remarkable backdrop of Ladakh. HolidayIQ Traveller Deepak Amembal from Mumbai shares, “I had been planning to visit Ladakh since a long time. And I was sure of one thing that as and when I visit it will be by motorcycle. It was my dream to be astride my motorcycle atop Khardung La pass the highest motorable road in the world on my 60th birthday but it was not to be. Finally I realised my dream last year in September. Ladakh did not disappoint. It gave me the experience of a lifetime. The people, their culture is one to be respected. You are treated with utmost respect everywhere in an inhospitable environment. Ladakh is an addiction. One cannot get enough.” 

How to reach | Where to stay

3019 Ratings | 2110 Reviews | 91 Sightseeings | 1364 Photos

6. Gunday - Jashn-E-Ishqa - Howrah Bridge, Kolkata

source: Wordpress.com

It's a bond of love and friendship that takes shape in the Kolkata of the 80's. And what defines this iconic city best is the iconic symbol of grandiose — the Howrah Bridge. HolidayIQ Traveller Ananya Ray says, “Try biriyani's of aminia, park street barbq, and bhajahari manna. Also eat all the street food you can. Go visit victoria gardens, new market is worth a visit. Walk from maidan to princep ghat, get into a tram, try to use metro for travelling across kolkata. Visit college street area. Golpark lake is lovely.”

7. Yaariyan - Baarish, Sikkim

source: wordpress.com

Not many movies have travelled to this part of India, but Yaariyan beautifully captures this unexplored piece of beauty. Nothing evokes romance better than walking through snow capped mountains or dancing in the rains. And this song has both! HolidayIQ Traveller Shumantho says, “A marvellous place. From here, you can get an amazing view of the natural beauty of Sikkim and even catch a glimpse of Kanchenjunga.” HolidayIQ Traveller Swastik says, “Gurudongmar Lake is a  'must-see destination before your die' in India. The lake is heavenly, serene and mesmerising. The journey to the lake itself is a nature lover's delight. The beauty of the lake cannot be described or reviewed; some places are there for you to just go and experience them.”

How to reach | Where to stay

336 Ratings | 220 Reviews | 3764 Photos

8. Guru - Barso Re - Athirappilly Falls, Kerala

source: filmapia.com

Remember the shot of the beautiful Aishwarya Rai dancing against a backdrop of the cascading Athirappilly Falls in Kerala? HolidayIQ Traveller Rajanikanth says, “Athirappilly waterfall is a visual grandeur which cannot be described in words. Its ferocious waters falling from the cliff evokes a feel of thrill. Unlike the other waterfalls, at Athirappilly, water will not be depleted fully and flow will be there throughout the year. Its location also is easily accessible with a little effort. It offers a dual view, ie both from the bottom of the waterfalls as well as from the upper side. Anyone visiting Cochin can commute to this place within 2 hours. There are extremely beautiful scenic spots at this location. A sense of awe engulfs you while watching the waterfalls.”

How to reach | Where to stay

629 Ratings | 505 Reviews | 6733 Photos

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

Blog for us! Write in to [email protected]

Get Free Travel Guide for your upcoming Holiday

Photos & Video Reviews
Great Deals from Partners
Travel Itineraries
When to Visit

Get the HolidayIQ Traveller's Guide to & start planning now!

With the best attractions, traveller reviews, hotels, packages and lots more…

Login via Facebook to get your free travel guide to
or register with email ID
  • +356
HolidayIQ travellers used this guide to plan their trip!

Get the HolidayIQ Traveller's Guide to & plan your holiday now!

With the best attractions, traveller reviews, hotels, packages and lots more…

Login via Facebook to get your free travel guide to
  • +356
HolidayIQ travellers used this guide to plan their trip!