In the present times, movies are the only way anyone can indulge in wanderlust. Even though we have binged every series that showed up on the OTT platforms, there are still movies that make us feel like we are travelling with them. Let us take a look at some of these gems of wanderlust.
Encapsulating the perfect solo trip, Queen inspires you to take at least one solo trip in your lifetime. The beautifully shot gorgeous streets of Paris and Amsterdam redefined the discoveries we make when we travel solo.
Perhaps the only Goa trip to see the light of day, Dil Chahta Hai is solely responsible for all the Goa plans that got made in your friend circle. From the long road trip to the beautiful sandy beaches, Dil Chahta Hai perfectly captures the wanderlust in every friend group. The movie also showcases the beautiful sights of Sydney, Australia.
Starting in Corsica, Tamasha encourages you to let loose in life and to stop getting bogged down by the rat race. Tamasha not only captures the journey outside but also the journey inside an individual.
Although the premise of Anjaana Anjaani is quite bleak, the movie transitions into a great travel film when the road trip from New York to Las Vegas starts. The songs in the film set the right mood for you to enjoy the picturesque scenes.
An incredible addition to any movie list, English Vinglish is a must-watch for anyone struggling to learn something new in life. Sridevi’s internal journey after she travels to New York City. The movie takes you through the beautiful sights of Central Park, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, and Fifth Avenue.
Revolving around a complicated father-daughter relationship, Piku takes a beautiful journey from Delhi to Kolkata. Funny and replete with just the right amount of emotion, Piku takes you through old Kolkata and the soulful city of Varanasi.
A love story between two people who meet each other at different junctures of their life. The film takes you through the unexplored parts of London, Paris and New York.
Who wouldn’t want to be out at sea on a 10-day cruise ship trip? The drama that unfolds in the Mehra family on this cruise makes the movie delightfully entertaining. The open sea and the characters exploring new destinations will give you major FOMO.
Jab We Met and its songs are absolutely iconic. Coupled with scenic sights as the movie progresses, will give you new travel goals. The film explores the locations of Bhatinda, Manali, Shimla and even Ratlam.
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani starts off with a trip. The wanderlust in Ranbir Kapoor’s character Bunny is infectious, to say the least. The picturesque sights shown in the film will surely entice you to reconsider your career choices.