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World Heritage Day : Discover Bollywood’s Connection with Delhi’s Monument

Bollywood has long time romance with the UNESCO world heritage sites in Delhi, that includes Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar.

Humayun Tomb

Think how Saif wooed Kareena in the movie Kurbaan (2009), by sitting on the lush green grasses of the Mughal Era architectural monument,  Humayun’s Tomb or Humayun Ka Makbara. One can’t deny the timeless classical masterpieces of Indian heritage has always enticed Bollywood.

(Pic Source : times of india)
(Pic Source : times of india)

Not only these two movies but one movie, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan , in that movie one track, Choomantar has been shot on the world heritage sites in Delhi, it was starring  starred Katrina Kaif and Imraan Khan.

Red Fort

It is one of the major attraction of Delhi, also serves as a political platform to all the leaders in the India. In case of Bollywood, a leading movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan has some parts of its movie, starring Kareena Kapoor Khan and Salman Khan was shot in front of Red Fort.

(Pic Source : hindustan times)
(Pic Source : hindustan times)
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(Pic Source : youtube)

Qutub Minar

Similarly in the movie the movie Fanaa,(2006)  Aamir and Kajol, Aamir is seen grooving to the tunes of, Chaand Sifarish, the rich heritage of Qutub Minar is evident.

Overall the monuments in Delhi should not be recalled only on 26th January and 15th August but the regular organising of drama and theatre in these places, will help to create the awareness.

(Pic Source : News18.com)
(Pic Source : News18.com)
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(Pic Source : res.cloudinary.com)

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