Salmaan Khan has done so many films, and we are a fan of each one of them. The Bollywood’s Bhaijaan is known for his exceptional style and dashing personality. Many of his films were shot outside Mumbai and at some unique destinations. Here are five filming locations of Salmaan Khan’s movies that can inspire you to travel and explore.
5 Filming Locations Of Salman Khan’s Movies
How can we forget the evergreen family drama Hum Saath Saath Hain? A multicast film in which every character had a quality of their own, and yet we were in love with Salman Khan’s acting. The city of Jodhpur was the movie set for half of the film, and also the famous song, Mhare Hiwade Mein Naache More. The locations shown are Jaswant Thada and Mehrangarh Fort.
The sequel of the movie Dabangg was one of the box office successes. Lucknow was one of the filming locations of the movie. The city is the epitome of hospitality and is famous for its delicious Lucknowi cuisine. Moreover, it reflects both the Mughal and British eras through its artwork. The famous Bara Imambara is Lucknow’s trademark. However, its rich culinary culture with Tundey Kebab, Khasta Kachori, and Malai Makhan is worth a visit.
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Hum Aapke Hain Kaun is the most romantic movie by Salman Khan. His pairing with the legendary Madhuri Dixit had us all wishing it was true. Out of many locations, Coonoor was the one where the song Yeh Mausam Ka Jadoo was filmed. The place is known for its beauty and serenity. Nestled in the lap of the Nilgiris, Coonoor has a distinct culture and is worth visiting at least once.
One of the biggest Box office successes and a tragic love story, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam was filmed in many cities of Gujarat and Rajasthan. However, the iconic song, Albela was filmed in this location. Bhuj is not your usual tourist destination. It has small villages and is famous for its traditional handicrafts. Apart from this, the white desert and Bhujia Hill are some of the iconic places you can visit.
The hills and green slopes shown in the song Dil Deewana Bin Sajna Ke can be easily recognised as the Ooty Gardens. Though the film shooting happened in Mumbai, the song was specifically filmed in the popular hill station. Ooty, also known as Udaghamandalam, is the gem of South India with serene beauty, coffee plantations, and pine trees. Besides, there are many popular lakes to visit.
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These are the destinations where the movies were filmed. Do visit them and share your experience with us in the comment box below.
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