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Every Bollywood Fan Should Add To Their Travel Bucket List



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To this day, the cheapest and best form of international travel for millions of middle-class Indians is a Bollywood movie.

For the price of a ticket, one can escape to various magical worlds—from the murmuring brooks of Kashmir to the fairy-tale meadows and peaks of Switzerland, and the glittering white beaches of Mauritius, to the eerily beautiful deserts of the Middle-East.

Such has been the impact of Hindi movies that even today, a large number of Indian travellers plan their foreign holidays based on their favourite scenes or songs from Bollywood films. So let’s take a look at some of the most popular Indian and international travel locations that have been immortalised by Bollywood.

1. Dubai: Race

Dubai is perhaps the most luxurious Emirate in the UAE. Little wonder, then, that it chosen for the Hindi movie Race.

From the adrenaline-pumping car chase scenes to the high-profile lives of its characters, Race and Dubai proved to be a match made in movie-watchers heaven!

Dubai is a good place for travel mainly for Bollywood fan.




2. Singapore: Krrish

Singapore is probably the only country in Asia that is known for its spectacular skyline and that’s why our very own superhero, Krrish found it easier to fight crime from the Lion City!

Many action-packed scenes in the movie, like the one where Hrithik is chasing Naseeruddin Shah, were shot on the streets of Singapore.

Apart from this, many scenes of the movie were shot in popular locations such as the Fountain of Wealth, Suntec City, Merlion, Southern Islands, Raffles Place, Sentosa Island Fountain, Elgin Bridge, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, and Tiger Balm Gardens.

Head down here to recreate your perfect Bollywood fan selfie.


3. Mauritius: Go Goa Gone

Despite popular belief, almost one-third of the movie, Go Goa Gone shot in Mauritius and not Goa as the name suggests. The movie beautifully captured the white sandy beaches of Mauritius, its lush green forests and of course, the spectacular Rochester Falls.

Even though it’s hard to compete with our favourite party destination, Mauritius, as portrayed in the movie, comes very close to being just as perfect as Goa!

Take a flight to this beautiful country and soak up the sun at the same spot where Saif  Khan did.


4. Srinagar: Fitoor

Since the plot of the movie set in Kashmir, it was only right to keep the shooting location true.

The scenic beauty of Srinagar was the perfect backdrop for the love that blossomed between Noor and Firdaus.

The red leaves of the Chinar tree perfectly complimented Katrina’s famous and super expensive red hair that she sported for the movie and the snow-capped mountains proved to be a symbol of the eternal love the main characters shared.


5. Ladakh: 3 Idiots

Who can forget that last scene from this blockbuster movie, shot at the famous Pangong Lake in Ladakh

where Kareena Kapoor’s character, Pia, finally meets Rancho (Aamir Khan)? Tourism in Ladakh got a shot in the arm after 3 Idiots released.

Even today, people travel to this beautiful lake just to see where their favourite Bollywood scene filmed.

Bollywood fan can travel Ladakh to see the 3 idiots Bollywood scene


6. Manali: Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

Watching Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani made all of us want to plan a trip to Manali with our friends.

The snow-capped mountains, clear blue sky, and the old-school charm of this hill station that captured on the silver screen popularised this location among innumerable young travellers.


7. Thailand: Ready

From songs to key scenes, Ready mostly shot in various parts of Thailand.

Whether it was the beaches or Bangkok’s glittering skyline, viewers got a heavy dose of Thailand when they watched Ready!

The movies shot in different parts of Thailand, such as Bangkok and Pattaya.

If you love the song Dhinka Chika then head to the Rama VIII Bridge in Bangkok to do the famous step that took India by storm!


8. Shimla: Jab We Met & Yeh Dillagi

Who can ever forget Saif Ali Khan and Kajol dancing to “Ole Ole” in the middle of the Mall Road in the movie Yeh Dillagi?

Before filmmakers discovered foreign locations, Shimla and other parts of Himachal were every Bollywood directors’ favourite location.

This is the reason why blockbusters like Yeh Dillagi, and recently Jab We Met, shot amidst the lush green hills of Himachal Pradesh.


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Protect your skin in summer this tip will help you – Tangy Feed



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How to protect your skin in summer?

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Here are expert tips to keep you sun-savvy and protected.

Becoming smart about your sun protection is sometimes the difference between getting burned or not. Your skin needs a protection from the sun in summers or protect your skin in summer.

Here are the key ways to protect and care for your summer skin.

1. Smart prevention.

Everyone use sunscreen to prevent sun damage, premature ageing, skin cancer and sunburn.

The best way to select a sunscreen is to look for the keywords broad spectrum, UVA, and UVB protection.

Sunscreens like Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 30, Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer with SPF 30 Broad Spectrum and Aveeno Protect + Hydrate; Lotion Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 50 all get the job done.

2. Effective application.

Most people only apply 25-50 per cent of the amount of sunscreen they should.

Dermatologists say the amount you need is roughly one-ounce, or enough to fill a shot glass, of course, this could vary depending on your body size.

Applying a quarter-sized amount of sunscreen evenly across all areas of your face, ears and neck.

They cover the centre of the face, but not the periphery.

So you see burns on the sides of the face, along with the hairline, and that’s actually where you end up seeing a lot of skin cancer.

3. Be sun smart.

Prevent burning by knowing how to get sun in the right way and the right time.

For the best possible protection avoid mid-day sun from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., wearing a hat and sunglasses and seeking shade when you can.

And also, reapplying sunscreen every two hours is the key and as you probably know, you will need to apply more often if you swim or sweat it off.

4. If you get burned, stay away from the sun.

 Also avoid putting ice on your burn, as it can worsen it.

Rather, take a cold shower and if required take an oral anti-inflammatory or pain reliever.

For topical pain treatment, an over-the-counter cortisone cream.

And for pesky peeling skin, a healing moisturizing cream.

These are some tips which will help you to protect your skin in summer. 

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