Head to these famous destinations and live your very own Bollywood moment

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Bollywood buffs like me will agree to the fact that movies showcase a location in an exotic manner. Bollywood has some of the most exotic shooting locations which have become a huge hit. Most movies have also increased the popularity of various places that remained unexplored. Only a movie buff will understand the excitement of walking into the same location where your favorite stars once romanced. Here are the top locations featured in Bollywood movies which are now very famous tourist destinations.

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Photo of Amer Fort, Devisinghpura, Amer, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by MissHotelReviewer
Photo of Pangong Lake, Leh by MissHotelReviewer
Photo of Rohtang Pass, Himachal Pradesh by MissHotelReviewer
Photo of Udaipur, Rajasthan, India by MissHotelReviewer
Photo of Nahargarh Fort, Krishna Nagar, Brahampuri, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India by MissHotelReviewer
Photo of Gulmarg by MissHotelReviewer
Photo of Doraha Fort, Saran Road, Ward No. 13, Doraha, Punjab, India by MissHotelReviewer
Photo of India Gate, New Delhi, Delhi, India by MissHotelReviewer

Amer Fort: The royal fort stood tall in Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastani. It is located at about 11 kms from Jaipur and is a world heritage site. Veer, Bol Bachan and Jodha Akbar were shot here.

Pangong Lake: Who doesn’t remember this location? The famous lake was a part of the movie 3 idiots and it is being thronged by tourists since then. Other movies like Dil Se and Jab Tak Hai Jaan have some scenes here as well.

Rohtang Pass: Manali has been a favorite destination for Indian filmmakers. The Rohtang Pass is located at a high altitude from Manali and movies like Jab We Met and Highway have been shot here.

Udaipur Palace: The stunning destination exudes royalty. Movies like Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani and Ram Leela were shot in this heritage property which is a must for all travel and Bollywood enthusiasts.

Nahargarh Fort: Jaipur is famous for the architecture, history and larger than life palaces. However, Nahargarh Fort caught the attention of Bollywood with the iconic beer drinking scene in Rang De Basanti, where Aamir and Sharman Joshi fall from the public water tank.

Gulmarg: The beauty of Kashmir was brought to the screen with movies like Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Rockstar, Haider and Highway. There is a lot more than the Dal Lake in Kashmir and the same is displayed on the silver screen.

Doraha Fort: Located in Ludhiana, the fort is well known as the RDB fort which got famous after a crucial scene from the movie Rang De Basanti. It is a favorite destination for people to get away and chill with their buddies.

India Gate: The India Gate in Delhi has taken over the screen like a storm. Various movies like Jannat 2, 3 Idiots, Dilli 6, Rockstar and Rang De Basanti have been shot here. The iconic India Gate stands as the epicenter in these movies and holds a dear place for Bollywood.