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Bollywood movies that will instantly make you hit the highway

Bollywood movies that will instantly make you hit the highway

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Road trips are always better when you have a Bollywood playlist. Sounds like a Spotify ad? Haha, don’t worry we are not going to irritate you with that. Instead we will list a few Bollywood movies that will instantly make you hit the highway. But before diving into the listicle let’s get some knowledge on how the concept of roads and highways came into existence in India.

 

 

The concept of roads and highways in India can be dated back to Indus Civilization in Sindh, Balochistan between 3250-2750 BC. Several types of road construction were known in India by AD 75, according to archaeological and historical evidence. The brick pavement, stone slab pavement, a type of concrete used as a foundation course or a road surface, and the concepts of grouting (filling fissures) with gypsum, lime, or bituminous mortar were among them.

 

 

1.    Zindagi na milegi dobara

ZNMD takes you on a journey through Spain. The famed La Tomatina of Buol town, the lovely Barcelona, scuba and skydiving in Costa Brava, a Spanish dance and music display in Andalusia, and the Bull Racing Festival in Pamplona are all on the itinerary. It turns out to be a journey of self-discovery and adventure as they confront their pasts and insecurities, which teach them valuable lessons about life. This is a great film to show with your friends, and who knows, it might even inspire you to go on your own crazy adventure.

 

 

2.   Highway

With its filming settings, Highway will inspire you to get up and get moving. The cold weather of Kaza, a stroll in Himachal’s Spiti Valley, trekking in the Pahalgam Mountains and Aru Valley, true happiness at the Tabo Monastery, the vastness of Rajasthan’s Sambhar Lake, Punjab’s canals, devotion at the Ajmer Sharif Dargah, the solitude of Nurmahal in Faridkot, Punjab, and the elegance of the countryside will all be witnessed.

 

 

3.  Jab We Met

The majority of the film was shot in popular tourist spots in Northern and Western India. They take a road trip from Ratlam to Bhatinda, passing through Rajasthan’s rich heritage, including the Havelis and Forts of Mandawa Village, Mandawa Fort, and Jhunjhunu. They travel to Himachal’s soul-soothing attractions such as Naggar Castle, Manali, Shimla’s Mall Road and Toy Train, and Rohtang Pass after fleeing for Shimla.

 

 

4.   Karwaan

Karwaan is a lighthearted tale that unfolds into an unexpected adventure through South India, filled with calming music and lovely green scenery. You will see the splendour of Ooty, the ocean surrounding Kerala’s roadways, and the Thrissur lakes. Overall, this film is a complete meal for a wandering appetite.

 

 

1.    Piku

Piku has a gripping storyline of a father and daughter relationship packed with quiet moments along the route, such as a night stay in Varanasi, a pleasant ride on the Yamuna Expressway, a cycle ride through Kolkata’s tight lanes, and a peaceful walk along the Hooghly river.

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5.   Finding Fanny

The film Finding Fanny was shot at various sites throughout Goa, including the Three Kings’ Church, Lisbon House in Assagao, Divar Island, St Jacinto Bridge, and Siolim Bridge.

 

 

6.  Qarib Qarib Single

Qarib Qarib Single is a miniature travel guide that takes you on a tour of some of the country’s most stunning sites. You’ll get a taste of Rajasthani hospitality in Bikaner and Alwar, adventure in Dehradun and Rishikesh, and quiet in Gangtok, as well as a lovely and not-so-cliche love story.

 

 

 

It’s tough to sit still and settle down in one area when there are so many great destinations and cinematic influences that urge us to explore! “If we were designed to stay in one location, we’d have roots instead of feet”, someone rightly observed. If you’re waiting for that one day when you may set off to explore the world, these Bollywood flicks will undoubtedly give you the push you need!

 

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