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Laal Singh Chaddha Features These 3 Irresistible Destinations From God’s Own Country, Kerala – See Pics

Laal Singh Chaddha shot scenes from these mesmerising destinations from Kerala; one of the 100 locations the movie was filmed in.

Published: June 2, 2022 5:04 PM IST

By Jigyasa Sahay

Laal Singh Chaddha Shoot scenes in Kerala
Laal Singh Chaddha features scenes of mesmersing destinations in Kerala

Kerala Tourism: An oasis of pristine beauty and cultural wealth, some captivating destinations from Kerala featured briefly in the latest Amir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer Laal Singh Chaddha. This upcoming comedy-drama was shot in 100 different locations in India and is an official remake of the Hollywood movie ‘Forest Grump.’ It is scheduled to release in August 2022.

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Kerala is given the moniker, ‘God’s Own Country’, and very rightly so. A window to southern India, Kerala dwells in the lap of lush vegetation. One thing that distinguishes this state is its pleasant backwater lagoons. Additionally, it also beholds beguiling hill stations, mystic waterfalls and is adorned with sprawling wildlife sanctuaries.

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Here are the three irresistible destinations of Kerala which even the film makers could not resist!


Laal Singh Chaddha Munnar

Scene from Laal Singh Chaddha, Munnar

One of the prominent and fondly visited hill stations of Kerala is Munnar. It lies on the Western Ghats enveloped in the pearl like mists at an alleviation of 1600m. The verdant tea plantations are the central spots to explore in this hilly retreat. If you have a love for tea and spices, Munnar is the pit-stop for you. One can also get homemade chocolates from this sought after place. Apart from this, one can go for trekking, camping, paragliding and boating in Munnar. Do not forget to try the local spices and cuisine here.

Kappil Beach

Laal Singh Chaddha Kappil Beach

Kappil Beach in Kerala. (Image Credits: Kerala Tourism Twitter)

In the backdrop of Kodi hills lie the azure waters of Kappil beach. It is located in close proximity to the serene town of Varkala. Alongside the Kappil lake, one can witness the beautiful backwaters merge with the Arabian Sea. There is a bridge constructed to cross the lake; one can take in the stunning point of convergence of the water bodies. This beach side is a prominent spot for water sports as well as relaxing boat rides. Driving along this coastline is another blissful experience one cannot afford to miss.

Jatayu’s Earth Centre

Laal Singh Chaddha Jatayu's Earth Centre

Scene from Laal Singh Chaddha, Jatayu’s Earth Centre

A unique tourist destination, Jatayu’s Earth Centre is world’s largest bird statue constructed by tourism department of Kerala in collaboration with famous sculptor Rajiv Anchal in Chadayamangalam, Kollam district in Kerala. It is a colossal statue which sprawls across 65 acres of land. It took about a decade to build this over multi-terrain landscape of valleys, hills, caves and mountains. It is a site which promotes eco tourism as it is poised amidst dense green covers of the Western Ghats.

But what is Jatayu? Jatayu is a mythological character from the Hindu epic Ramayana. A demi-god in the form of vulture, he was a dearest ally of Lord Rama. In a bid to save Sita from the evil clutches of Ravana, Jatayu sacrificed his life. Since then, he has been an emblem of valour, bravery and empowerment.

Book your stays at these locations right away and relive the nostalgia when you watch the film!

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Published Date: June 2, 2022 5:04 PM IST