The charismatic locations of Switzerland are very popular among the Indian tourists particularly because of the extravaganza captured in Hollywood and Bollywood blockbusters.
The captivating green meadows, astounding snow-clad mountains, historic castles, mesmerizing lakes have been attracting the filmmakers from the decades to shoot some portions of their movies in Switzerland.
There are also many other locations in Switzerland have come alive through the silver screen to nature lovers, honeymooners, and movie- buffs.
The fascination to shoot the dreamy sequences in the captivating locations in Switzerland significantly increases the country’s popularity among the tourists. Especially, the newly-married couples consider Switzerland as the ideal honeymoon destination.
The jaw-dropping Swiss Alps is a symbol of the beauty of Switzerland. It is a bankable destination for tourists from all over the world for hiking, trekking, skiing, and other adventurous activities.
A very famous song in the iconic movie, “Darr” (1993) had been exquisitely shot against the background of the Alps in Switzerland. The pristine beauty of the Swiss Alps was also filmed in the famous Sridevi-movie “Chandni” (1989).
The ‘King of Romance’, Yash Chopra shot many of the romantic scenes from his films in Switzerland. Even, there is a mountain lake in Lauenen, Gstaad named ‘Yash Chopra Lake’. His masterpiece, “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge” has promoted Switzerland to the Indian tourists and they get floored over the magical locations captured in DDLJ.
The famous bridge scene from this movie was captured beautifully in the town of Saanen in Gstaad. The song “Zara sa Jhoom Loon Main” was also filmed in Gstaad. The scene where Shah Rukh Khan was running behind a plane was filmed at Saanen Airport.
This old castle, located along the shore of Lake Geneva, is considered among the seven wonders of Switzerland. The exterior of this castle is captured in a song from the movie “Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain” featuring Anil Kapoor and Kajol.
You will find these falls in the town of Schaffhausen in northern Switzerland. They are considered the largest plain waterfall in Europe. These falls have been beautifully shot for the title song of the film, “Had Kar Di Aapne”.
Remember the scene where Sherlock Holmes fell to his death. However, Reichenbach Falls was famous long before in Europe. These are a series of waterfalls flowing down into the Reichenbach stream from nearly 250 meters of height. It is located near Meiringen, in the Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland.
Chapel Bridge is a wooden bridge located in Lucerne, which is another picturized town in Bollywood films. The interior of the bridge is famous for some classy and elegant paintings of the 17th century. You have witnessed these in a song of the movie titled “Laaga Chunari Mein Daag”.
We offer specially designed tours for cinephiles for exploring the locations filmed in Bollywood and Hollywood movies. We have arranged special helicopter tours for you so that you can have a cinematic experience while flying over the famous movie locations from the silver screen.