What if the next Fast and Furious sequel is shot in India? Wondering how will that happen when the Indian roads which are filled with pot holes and the never-ending traffic jams take up the challenge?
Apart from the never-ending jams and pot holes, India boasts of some of the broad highway lanes and exquisite landscapes makes driving more memorable and exciting and raise one's adrenaline rush going.
So, here are some of the best and possible Indian road routes where the next flick of Fast and Furious movie can be shot.
The road to Agra via the Yamuna Expressway is simply mindblowing. With four-wheelers notching upto more than 150 km/hr speed, this Indian road route is an ideal place where the next flick of the Fast and Furious could be shot. It is one of the beautiful highways to drive on for those who love driving and also the landscape around is absolutely breathtaking.
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Mumbai- Pune Expressway
Nestled amidst the breathtaking landscape of Sahyadri ranges, the beauty surrounding the route is mesmerising. Travellers can drive on this vast stretch of smooth six-lane expressway to pump up their adrenaline rush.
The Mumbai-Pune Expressway is sure to get you rejuvenated and this road route in India can be eyed as a possible shot for the next flick of Fast and Furious movie.
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The Konkan Trail: Mumbai-Goa Route
A drive along this particular stretch makes driving more memorable as one can encounter with dense forests, beautiful paddy fields and coconut trees that add to the beauty of the road journey.
The wide highway lanes, smooth roads and beautiful landscapes makes it a best highway for any long drive and possibly a perfect location for the next flick of Fast and Furious to be shot
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Mountain Madness: Manali-Leh
One cannot miss a chance to experience the beauty of long drive along the most challenging terrain of Indian roads. Known as the best road trips in India, the drive could be exhausting and unpredictable and this is one road trip you cannot miss. Action sequence can be shot in this challenging terrain thus making it an ideal location for the filming of the next flick of Fast and the Furious.
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The highway crosses many small streams of ice-cold water from snow-capped mountains and glacial melts without a bridge and it requires driving skill to negotiate fast-flowing streams, possibly an ideal shooting location for the Fast and Furious crew.
Most of the lanes are in dilapidated condition and the highway has many damaged stretches where even a slight rainfall can cause landslide making it very dangerous to cross that stretch of the road. Such a situation is just perfect for a scene in the movie.
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Bandra-Worli Sea Link
The Bandra-Worli Sea Link offer a picturesque route and can be one of the locations for the next flick of Fast and the Furious. It is one of the beautiful road routes to drive on for those who love driving and also the vast expanse of the ocean is absolutely breathtaking when you drive past by the winds.
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East Coast Madness: Chennai-Pondicherry Route
The 113 km East Coast road in Tamil Nadu built along the coast of Bay of Bengal connects Chennai with Pondicherry. The highway runs along the Bay of Bengal whose beautiful waters glisten in the sun light.
A long drive along the road let one enjoy the beautiful view of the Bay of Bengal and the lush green vegetation along the Malabar Coast. The wide lanes of the highways and smooth roads makes the road trip more spectacular and a memorable and thus an ideal location for the next Fast and Furious flick.
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Kathipara Flyover, Chennai
The Kathipara Flyover in Chennai is an ideal location to create some action scene for the next shoot of Fast and the Furious. It's an important road junction in Chennai and is the largest cloverleaf flyover in entire Asia. This location is ideal for all high-flying adrenaline scenes to make the busiest flyover to come to a standstill.
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Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida
And what a better way to end the climax of the movie with loads of action scene at Buddh International Circuit which is located in Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh.
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