Do you know which famous Bollywood movies were shot in Goa?

Rohan Fernandes

Goa is peppered with coconut trees, but the movie, Dear Zindagi, made Parra's 'Madani' road famous after filming was done there.

Goa|movie locations in Goa|Parra madani Road|Dear Zindagi movie | Photo: Gomantak Times

One of the scenes in the movie, Singham, was shot at the Dona Paula Jetty, in North Goa, which is a popular tourist destination.

Goa|movie locations in Goa|Donna Paula|Singham movie | Photo: Lakshmi G Sardesai

The famous Chapora Fort, in North Goa, was one of the venues for the filming of Dil Chahta Hai, the 2001 hit, directed by Farhan Akhtar.

Goa|movie locations in Goa|Dil Chahta Hai|Chapora Fort | Photo: Rohan Fernandes

The 2004 movie, Finding Fanny, was filmed at the picturesque island of Divar.

Goa|movie locations in Goa|Finding Fanny Movie |Divar island | Photo: Rohan Fernandes

Panjim's famed Mary Immaculate Church, which has 'appeared' in several movies, was also seen in the movie, Josh.

Goa|movie locations in Goa|Josh Movie|Mary Immaculate Church | Photo: Rohan Fernandes

The stunning Dudhsagar Waterfall is a tourist attraction which can be seen in the movie, Chennai Express.

Goa|instagramable places in Goa|South Goa|Dhudhsagar Waterfall

Can any visit to Panjim be complete without a visit to the city's famous Latin quarter of Fontainhas? A scene from the blockbuster, Dilwaale, was filmed there.

The 31st January road in Fontainhas, Panjim. | Photo: Rohan Fernandes

The Golmaal series was shot at the old GMC building in Panjim. This location comes alive during the annual Film Festival of India (IFFI).

Goa|movie locations in Goa|old GMC building|Golmaal 3 movie | Photo: Gomantak Times

The unusual Sadolxem Bridge, in South Goa, was the perfect spot to film a thriller like Looop Lapeta.

Goa|movie locations in Goa|Sadolxem bridge|Loop Lapetta movie | Photo: Rohan Fernandes

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