For all you skeptics about traveling (as in shaking about getting out of your comfort zone), just get with it! Don't just let it be a dream, make it a plan! Get out your maps, book your tics and just embrace yourself!
In order to be inspired, we turn to cinema. So it happens to be the same wrt to travel. Its like a live preview of what we can expect when we actually get there!
Here are 5 Movies that will def. inspire you to travel:
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
The story of three friends taking off on a Road Trip across Spain in itself elicits excitement. To top it off, the beautifully captured experiences of scuba diving, sky diving, La Tomatina festival, and the Pamplona run awaken thrush upon us the love of travelling. After watching Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, a bachelor’s party is just not enough.
Highway doesn't just capture Stockholm Syndrome as a theme but also successfully gives the audience a sense of the being 'at their own will' that one achieves while traveling. Highway captures the North in its unhibited form, with sections in Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, and Kashmir. Unlike many movies, Highway presents the locations in their most raw form.
There is a high probability that, after watching Queen, a woman will add ‘solo traveling’ to her bucket list. The movie focuses on cities like Paris and Amsterdam. These locations are captured through the personal account of the protagonist. Queen depics how solo traveling can lead to amazing self-discoveries, fun a new perspective on life, and, above all, add to self-confidence.
Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani
Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani allows you to relive those fun trips you took with friends in your college days. The idea of a backpacking trip with friends is an exciting one, and to add to that, the gripping shots of Gulmarg make you want to sign up for an adventure package immediately. There's a goofball, a tomboy of a girl, a geek and a lost wanderer - pretty much the kind of peeps we were back in uni!!!!! Either one or the other!!
If you watch this movie with someone who is familiar with Kolkata, then you will surely hear, ‘Hey, I have been there,’ or, ‘Hey I know that place.’ Piku very subtly inspires you to travel. The drive on the Yamuna expressway to the halt at Varanasi and then finally the streets of Kolkata reflect rich cultural aspects of India and make the traveler in you want to go and learn more about these places.