You Can Stay At These Royal Palaces Where Famous Movies Were Shot

Bollywood is such an industry that has a huge influence on the people of India. Whatever the actors and actresses do, the audiences are bound to follow them. Be it fashion or a place frequented by celebs, it soon becomes a trend.

There are many movies that have been shot at the royal palaces. Here are some that featured in famous movies where you can actually go and stay!

1) 3 Idiots:

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The place where the original ‘Ranchoddas Chanchad’ lives with his father is known as the ‘Chail Palace’ which is a royal cottage in between the Himalayas, in Himachal Pradesh. If you get a good deal you can stay here for ₹3000 a night.

2) Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam:

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Aishwarya Rai’s home where Salman Khan comes and learns music from her father was a grand palace in Kutch and now it is a heritage hotel, ‘Vijay Vilas Palace’. It will cost you upwards of ₹7,000 per night to stay here.

 

3) Veer Zaara:

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The ‘Pataudi Palace’ in Neemrana is owned by Saif Ali Khan who is the Nawab. Also known as ‘Ibrahim Kothi’ where Veer Zaara was shot has now been turned into a heritage hotel. Be prepared to shell out somewhere around ₹15,000 to stay a night here.

4) Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani:

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Everyone knows the Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur where in the movie, Kalki Koechlin’s big fat wedding happens. In the city of lakes, so many Indian royal weddings have taken place and Udaivilas is considered to be one of the favorites. Be prepared to shell out over ₹45,000 for a stay here, per night.

5) Bol Bachchan, Bhool Bhulaiya:

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In Bhool Bhulaiya where Shiney Ahuja comes along with wife Vidya Balan and the royal ceremony takes place, is the Chomu Palace in Jaipur, where the movie Bol Bachchan’s shooting also happened. This palace is 300 years old and many grand royal weddings have taken place here. The cost of a room per night is around ₹11,000.

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Samyak Sheth
Samyak Sheth

A traveller and journalist who views the world wearing multi-coloured goggles. He believes that life is to live not to survive.

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