Bollywood Films That Have Been Shot In Goa

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Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. (2007) 

This film directed by Reema Kagti highlights the group honeymoon travel packages that Goa is famous for. The film follows the story of 6 couples against the backdrop of a vibrant Goan culture. As they explore the place, a lot is revealed about their characters as well.

Dear Zindagi (2016) 

This film is about a girl who goes back to live with her family that is settled in Goa. Directed by Gauri Shinde, this film shows the quaintness and the quiet of residential life in Goa. It captures how healing the sunny beaches and lush green roads of Goa can be. 

Dil Chahta Hai (2001)

The film marks the journey of its characters at many different points, but the sequences shot in Goa hold emotional significance to the story and the audiences. It has made road trips to Goa and pictures at the Chapora Fort iconic to-dos for every friend group. 

Go Goa Gone (2013)

Directed by Raj and D.K, this comedy thriller is about three friends who decide to visit an isolated island for a party. But the next morning they find themselves stranded, threatened by zombies. The film has an interesting take on the drug and rave culture of Goa. 

Dum Maaro Dum (2011) 

This action thriller directed by Rohan Sippy depicts Goa in a very unfiltered fashion. The story is about an investigation which aims to clean up the underbelly of Goa. During this investigation, a huge racket with the involvement of various politicians is uncovered. 

Finding Fanny (2014) 

This adventure film directed by Homi Adajania shows Goa with the most refreshing take till date. It tells the story of a group of locals that set out on a journey together. This journey shows us offbeat locations in Goa and also provides a sensory experience of the place overall.

Guzaarish (2010) 

In this film directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, the Portuguese culture of Goa is highlighted. As a film that is slow paced and uniquely directed, we get to take in many mindful frames of the architecture, colours and landscape of the Portuguese culture in Goa.  

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