Have you ever been to a shooting location and thought of your favourite stars and movies? Bollywood has explored the length and breadth of India and presented it in a rather surreal form to its audiences. The whole of India cheers loudly when Shah Rukh Khan or Kareena Kapoor are seen on the big screen while romancing under a waterfall. Bollywood provides a touch to life in India that is strange to any other country. Here are some of the most celebrated waterfalls of India that are Bollywood's favourite!
Nicknamed the Niagara of India, Athirapally Falls is located on the Southeast coast of India in the Thrissur district of Kerala. This waterfall is formed by the Chalakudy river that originates in the Anamudi mountains of the Western Ghats.
Bollywood for Athirapally
Some of the star Bollywood movies are shot here at Athirapally falls. Maniratnam's 'Dil se' was probably the first Hindi film that explored this site. The song 'Behne De' from 'Raavan' was shot right here. Rajiv Menon, the cinematographer of the movie 'Guru' chose this falls as a backdrop for many shots.
Formed by river Kaveri, this picturesque waterfalls is situated in the Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu. Songs from Shah Rukh Khan - Kareena Kapoor starrer Asoka were shot here at the Hogenakkal falls.
The Sea of Milk is what Dudhsagar translates to. Formed by river Mandovi, Dudhsagar falls is located on the Goa-Karnataka border. The only way to get there is by train. The movie Chennai Express was shot with the backdrop of this falls.
In the Shah Rukh-Madhuri starrer 'Koyla' you can see the famous Nuranang Falls. This falls is located in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh. Many movies in India have opted for Indian locations rather than foreign ones.