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Etti Bali Jun 17 2015

Salman Khan's favourite filming locations over the years

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Take a trip to Salman Khan's favourite filming locations over the years. We must tell you that these movies have captured almost everything--from the scenic landscape of Rajasthan to amazing Istanbul, from bustling Agra to snow-capped Kashmir and much more. Come, start a journey!

1. Bajrangi Bhaijan (2015)

The latest Salman Khan flick has been shot extensively in the pristine landscape of Pahalgam and the heritage town of Mandawa, Rajasthan.


From official website

2. Kick (2014)

The 2014 blockbuster captured the ever beautiful Poland to the hilt, leaving viewers mesmerized. A major portion of movie was shot in Warsaw, including the Palace of Culture and Sciences, which is one of the tallest buildings in the European Union.


Photo from official Facebook page

3. Ek Tha Tiger (2012)

How about taking a trip to Istanbul and re-creating the same magic as Salman Khan did in Ek Tha Tiger? Well, the movie also captured Dublin beautifully, featuring local attractions like Trinity College, Grafton Street and St. Stephen Green among others.


Photo from official Facebook page

4. Bodyguard (2011)

Relive the magical moments of this blockbuster movie when you visit Pune and Patiala, where most of the scenes for Bodyguard were shot.


Photo from official Facebook page

5. Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (2009)

This lovely film took us to the deserts of Jaisalmer and captured the historic city of Budapest as well, presenting a huge contrast for the viewers. We never complained though!


Budapest

6. London Dreams (2009)

The musical drama beautifully captured the essence of London and Paris like never before. The film takes you from the bylanes of London to Eiffel Tower in Paris and much more, offering a visual delight.



7. Yuvvraaj (2008)

Even though the movie opened to mixed responses,Yuvvraaj was like a page torn out of your drawing book. Shot in picturesque landscape of Innsbruck and Tirol, the movie captured some famous local attractions such as Imperial Castle, ski jumping area, the Main Street and St. James Cathedral.


Innsbruck

8. Tere Naam (2003)

Radhe Bhaiya a.ka.Salman Khan in Tere Naam made us fall in love with the city of Agra, where the movie was extensively shot covering the famous Taj Mahal and other attractions of the city.



9. Hum Aapke Hain Kaun (1994)

One of the highest grocers of Indian Cinema, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun was a big, fat Indian wedding. The movie also captured the scenic locations of Ooty, including the lush, green tea estates.


Ooty

10. Saajan (1991)

Another gem in the list, a part of the movie Saajan was shot in Coonoor, featuring the Dolphin's Nose and lush tea estates some of the famous local attractions of the hill station.


Photo by AHEMSLTD~commonswiki

Now that you know some of Salman Khan's favourite filming locations, it's time to pack your bags and head to these places to relive those magical moments.

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