Bollywood Films For All Travel Freaks 


We have always looked up to Bollywood films to take inspirations from. Whether it is about fashion, travel, beauty, love or romance, Bollywood has always given us major goals. If you are a travel freak, we have got you a list of Bollywood films that you must watch. The beautiful, heart-touching films that subtly touches upon wider issues than just travel.

1. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara 

Talking about travel films and not mentioning ZNMD is impossible. A road trip to Spain, breath-taking views and adventure sports, what more can you ask for! This film not only inspires us to take the long-pending trip with our friends but at the same time teaches us the value of friendship in our life. 

2. Piku

A father-daughter duo embarks on a simple road journey from Delhi to Kolkata. It is a comforting film that highlights the relationship that a daughter shares with her father. Filled with various emotions throughout the entire journey, Piku has contrasting characters that complement each other beautifully. 

3. Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani 

Let us just agree that we all wanted a life like Bunny. The travelling wall that he had in his room is every travel freak’s dream. And the travel journal that he has gives us major travel goals. YJHD is the ultimate inspiration that every person needs for both travel and friendship. 

4. Queen 

When the groom cancels the wedding a day before the D-day, the bride decides to go on her honeymoon alone. The journey of a woman standing on her own and realising self-worth inspires every other woman to be fearless to face the world alone. 

5. Dhanak

Dhanak means rainbow. It is a heart-touching journey of a sister who travels across Rajasthan with her blind brother so that she can get him operated. An unconventional film of hope and possibilities that every person should watch. 

6. Karwaan 

A son receives the news of the death of his father in a road accident. He and his friend start a road journey from Banglore to Kochi to receive the father’s dead body. A soul-searching film proves that the best way to find yourself is to get lost. 

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