Kerala – A beloved Movie Destination

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Kerala – God’s Own Country, is one of the topmost gorgeous state of India attracting not only backpackers but various production houses be it Bollywood, Malayalam or Hollywood, thereby necessitating the recognition of Kerala holiday packages for a hassle free trip. The incredible Kerala with its scenic beauty and gifted pleasures has been a favorite shooting destination for many years now. Some amazing locations that have been a part of many spectacular movies are:

Munnar:

Life of Pi Munnar Shotting

Life of Pi Munnar Shotting

Needless to describe the stunning beauty of this exotic and romantic paradise. The Bollywood movie starrer Amitabh Bachchan and newbie Jiah Khan, Nishabd captured the bewitching beauty of the exotic surroundings and stunning tea gardens into the cameras. The popular movie ‘Mistress of Spices’ was also shot in this exotic location.

Athirappily:

Raavan Movie Shooting

The movie Raavan had just one hit thing in the entire movie and that was its picture perfect locales. These stunning locales- the marvelous hills, magical waterfalls and the serene background are all nestles in the captivating Athirappily.

Alleppey:

Alleppey Movie Shooting

The hit song ‘Jiya jale’ pictured in ‘Dil Se’ was shot in the mesmerizing backwaters of Alleppey. The video captured the natural splendor of the place extravagantly in the cameras. Even the enchanting beauty of Munnar and Thekkedy were shown beautifully in the movie.

Some other movies shot in the majestic locale of this eternal beauty are Karthik calling Karthik, Bombay, Guru, Muthu, Vinnay Thandi Viruvaya, Cotton Mary, Before the Rains and Terrorist. Thus Kerala has been an all time favorite of film makers who book holiday packages to explore the unearthed beauty gifted to it by Mother Nature.

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