Iconic Movies That Were Shot in India!

Bollywood movies are famous for shooting scenes all across the globe, whether in the Swiss Alps or the Pyramids of Egypt and we’ve grown to love them. But nothing comes close to the excitement of discovering India in a Hollywood Film!Here are some movies that were either partly or wholly shot in India. The Darjeeling Limited (2007) - JodhpurThe director, Wes Anderson, said his inspiration for this movie was Satyajit Ray and several other documentaries on India. Apart from being shot in Jodhpur, one can also spot Irrfan Khan in the movie. The Fall (2006)- RajashtanThis film is a well hidden gem. Starring Lee Pace(Guardians of the Galaxy) and Directed by Tarsem Singh, a pass out of Bishop Cotton School, Simla, who chased his Movie making dream and made The Fall, a perennial favourite among critics. Though the movie is shot all over the world, its major bulk was filmed in Jodhpur, Agra and the Andaman islands. The Dark Knight Rises- Jodhpur (2012)This Superhero movie has scenes from Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur. The Prison where Bane grew up and later imprisoned Batman in, to be specific.


What to look forward to at 2050 Meters - MANALI, Himachal Pradesh

Manali is a place for everyone; for foodies, for skiers; for trekkers;for families; for honeymooners; for school and college trips; for adventureseekers; for spiritual travellers; for peace lovers; for movie crews and for youand everyone else too. Manali has got a lot to offer. It has the most sacred templeslike theHadimba Devi temple to the most adventurous sports such as Hot Air Ballooning,White River Water Rafting, Paragliding, Zorbing, Trekking, Skiing, Snowcarting, Bungee Jumping and many more. The markets of Manali are a treat for the shopping freak inside you. The markets offer the best of shawls, sweaters, pullovers, cardigans from the local industries as well as from markets of Tibet and Nepal. The markets of Manali are ideal for street shopping for scarves and bracelets and are also full of cute gloves, socks and ear warmers that you wouldn’t be able to resist buying. For the foodies, you get the best Gol Gappas, as we North Indians callit, there. I believe one shouldn’t just conclude a Manali trip without tryingthe Gol Gappas served with the water kept in matkas. The markets there are fullof varieties of North Indian food and the local specialties like Sattu, Kodraroti and more. Manali is a tourist spot surrounded by places as special as it is initself. One who goes to Manali can travel to and enjoy places like Kullu,Manikaran, Solang Valley and Rohtang Pass. If visited in winters these placeswelcome you covered in a white layer of snow to add to the beauty whereasRohtang serves you with snow throughout the year. Manali can be reached by roadways, railways and airways. Thus, you don‘treally have many excuses to not go and give Manali a chance to host you!The easiest way to reach Manali is through the nearest airport that is Kullu Manali/ Bhuntar Airport which is 10kms from Manali or you can take the roadways from Delhi after you land at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi.

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