6 family trips you can take for that Bollywood-inspired Diwali break!

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6 family trips you can take for that Bollywood-inspired Diwali break!


Sometimes we need a nudge in the right direction to plan that trip and these trips are perfect for that Bollywood-inspired Diwali break!

We all love a good long break during festivities. That's the time when we just forget about the workload, and stop worrying about to-do lists. When festivities and holidays just line up so well together it makes us even more excited about the holidays. Regardless of how old we are, we look forward to Diwali breaks all year round since this time is all about spending some quality time with our loved ones. And what's better than taking that last-minute family trip during Diwali to get away together? If you're anything like us, picking a destination is like that endless conversation about "khaane mein kya banana hai?". And that's when these destinations with a Bollywood-inspired Diwali break come to mind!

Bollywood travel films progressively got better over the years and gave us elite travel destinations. While travel films did that already, there were other films where we loved the aesthetics of the place so much that we all wished to take a trip there one day. A place as beautiful as Athirappilly Waterfalls in Baahubali is what we'd like to visit at least once!

Also Read: Indian travel destinations that Bollywood made us fall in love with.

Check out these destinations for a Bollywood-inspired Diwali break!

Golden Temple - Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi

One of the most well-known tourist spots and religious sites is the Golden Temple in Amritsar. The Sikh Gurudwara is a crucial site in Bollywood films because it also appears in numerous other films and Hindi TV shows.

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Pangong Tso Lake - 3 Idiots

On the shores of Ladakh's stunning Pangong Tso Lake, 3 Idiots' climax was filmed. Do you know there are other Bollywood movies shot here too? A few sequences from Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Dil Se, Lakshya, and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag were also filmed here.

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Athirappilly Waterfalls - Baahubali

Kerala's Athirappilly Waterfalls are a sight to see. It's the location where the epic Bollywood movie Baahubali was shot. A majority of well-known waterfall scenes from movies are also filmed here. Additionally, "Barso Re" from the film Guru was filmed here, which made this fall famous and a well-liked tourist site.

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Purana Qila, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar - Fanna

Some of India's most popular venues for Bollywood filming are in Delhi. In the first half of the movie, Purana Qila, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar, and Red Fort are all featured. At these locations, the epitome of the romance song "Chaand Sifarish" was also filmed.

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Panaji - Drishyam

Ajay Devgn plays Vijay Salgaonkar, the movie's protagonist, and his home in Goa is seen in many scenes in the movie. In fact, as the plot develops, he also travels to Panaji to shop. Dhoom, Finding Fanny, Go Goa Gone, Dear Zindagi, and others have always been filmed mostly in Goa

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Amer Fort- Bajirao Mastani

Amer Fort, often known as Amber Fort, is about 11 kilometers from Jaipur. Many parts of Bajirao Mastani were filmed in Amer Fort. Numerous additional Bollywood films, including Veer, Jodha Akbar, and Bol Bachan, were filmed here as well.

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