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Written by Adharsh Arulalan on November 14, 2022 Share on

Top 7 Countries all Die-Hard SRK Fans Must Visit

King Khan is back! This time with ‘Jab Harry met Sejal’. 

We are taking across Shah Rukh Khan (SRK) movie shooting locations. Must read before you watch the movie!


After taking a break with lover-boy roles, the King Khan is back playing the role of a guide, Harinder aka Harry. Harry plays tour guide to Sejal, a girl who is travelling in Europe after her engagement. No doubt that he is sure to give some intense heart-gasms to 1⁄2 our female population.


.. while their boyfriends (and some husbands too) sitting next to them, would be like ..


However, one amazing thing, the king of Bollywood has us hooked onto over the years are the backdrop and the locations, where his songs and movies have been shot. Now that is something that catches hold of our curiosity and makes us want to travel there. Check out some of the exotic locations where SRK’s movies were shot. Didn’t we always tell you that Europe is where you should head to for a vacation?! Follow Harry and Sejal in the movie, but before that here are some budget locales in Europe that you could consider for a Bollywood dhamaka vacation.

Places you should visit to relive Bollywood King Shah Rukh Khan’s iconic movie scenes!

1. Greece

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This rom-com that came out in 2003, used Greece in a lot of its scenes as a backdrop. And out of the multi-locale ‘tauba tumhare yeh ishare’, the windmills of Mykonos was the most scenic of them all.

2. New York

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The Big Apple has been the most preferred and favorite destinations for all Bollywood directors with a big budget, to shoot any kind of urban romantic drama/comedy. From Kal Ho Na Ho to Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, these tall picturesque buildings have played their roles well in making the movie a hit.

3. England

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From Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Ra.One and till the recent 3 hour Jab Tak Hai Jaan, locations around England were extensively used to shoot major portions of these films. From the highlands of Glencoe and the Tantallon Castle in Scotland to SRK guitar’ing away in central london – the United Kingdom has now become a 2nd home to the Bollywood Baadsha.


4. Switzerland

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Oh a whole separate note can be jotted down when it comes to the DDLJ Trail. From Zweisimmen and Titlis to Gstaad and Lake Lungern – Raj & Simran have given us a the best possible virtual tour of Switzerland for a 100 bucks.

5. Australia

Ah yes. Now here is one SRK movie i can say is a favourite. This movie empowering a women’s hockey team, took the crew all the way to kangaroo land to have them playing the world cup at Melbourne. Though most of the scenes are within the stadium, we do get a few glimpses of the beautiful skyline and the central business district.

6. Egypt

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Yet another 31⁄2 hour SRK marathon, had them shoot with the graceful Giza pyramids of Egypt in the background. Somehow the lifestyle that the movie emoted had us all hooked onto the screen. I mean .. how often do you see someone run into the Blenheim Palace (the Raichand House) in Oxfordshire from a helicopter and shout out “Maa .. I’m Home”.

7. Iceland

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And for the last part, the over saturated weather of Iceland sure can’t be missed out in this list. For Dilwale, Rohit Shetty shot ‘Gerua’ in some incredible locations across the island, such as the Sólheimasandur Black Sand Beach, Jökulsárlón and the Skogafoss Waterfalls. Not a bad  choice of locations huh?!


So that should be good enough to give some mini heart-gasms for the women and some mega travel-gasm’s for wanderlusts. Are you ready to spend your weekend watch Shah Rukh Khan go ‘Rang de tu mohe .. Geruaa’ (translation : Color me in the Color of love) in Dilwale? Or plan your next holiday to one of these vacations?

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