Are you an itchy feet? If so, then you must be in love with Indian holiday destinations popular as well as yet unexplored. Though it is also true that we often choose foreign locations to spend a lavish holiday, however, in India you can also find some stunning holiday destinations which attract Hollywood celebs. Here is a list of few such places.
Once this city of royal attracted director Wes Anderson and inspired him to shoot his comedy-drama film The Darjeeling location here. The veteran director said that another legendary Indian director Satyajit Ray and several other documentaries of the place inspired him to shot his film in this location.
Delhi and Pataudi
Film Eat pray Love, based on the famous novel of Elizabeth Gilbert, the main protagonist of the film, played by sensational Julia Roberts, travels Italy, India, and Indonesia to Eat-Pray and love. Julia Roberts travels around Delhi and Pataudi in search of spirituality and on her way visit to an Ashram, Ashram Hari Mandir in Pataudi. If you are also in search of spirituality can check the spots for rejuvenation.
Now it’s time to think big. Christopher Nolan was visited India earlier and when it was the time to shoot his Batman movie; he came to Rajasthan enchanted by the beauty of this place. He chose to shoot the jail escape scene of Batman in Meherangarh Fort in Jodhpur. Also, he shot some scenes in Chand Baroi, the largest step well of the world.
The beautiful city of Rajasthan enchanted none other than James Bond. The 007 agent had visited this place to shoot the film Octopussy. Roger Moore playing Bond was seen to infiltrate a palace in the movie and that was Udaipur palace.
The beautiful city was chosen once for the outdoor location of the Hollywood movie Zero Dark thirty. The film was about searching Osama Bin Laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan. But the Oscar-winning female director Kathryn Bigelow didn’t get the required permission to shoot the film in Pakistan. So she came to Chandigarh with her cast and crew and shot the film in the Punjab Engineering College premises in Sector 12 and the DAV College canteen in Sector 10.