Had I known for sure then, back in 2005, that someday these Bollywood movies from Goa will be as easily available with subtitles as they are now through internet, Apple Music and iTunes, I might have stressed a bit less –
I might have taken a bit less photos and videos, been less sad about by my miserable camera with so less pixels back in the mid 2000’s and envied less about them film makers and other photoprofessionals with expensive cameras producing their beautiful big images and movies from those inspiring surroundings.
Also I might not have carried my camera everywhere in that heat just because people really needed to know about this amazing travel destination and the beautiful nature of Goa, India. I might have been more relaxed, had I known there will be Facebook and YouTube and Google+ and Instagram and that people will eventually get to know about everything, slowly but surely.
But on the other hand, of all these movies shot in Goa, it is Woh Lamhe and Finding Fanny which are expressing the atmosphere of Goa the best in my opinion, and for some reason it is just those movies which are not available in iTunes for people to see. Luckily there is Dilwale, among others, which has also nice scenes.
And yet – there’s still so many stories and scenes left in Goa to make a film about, or a photograph or a painting, for those who dare and care –
And still demand for INDIVUE’s Travel Opus to Goa, Travel Opus to India and Travel Opus to Bollywood also… telling you about how Goan beaches were in the mid 2000’s, and ten years later, and which are the good Bollywood films shot in Goa, India:
Good Bollywood movies shot in Goa and the music from those movies
Ek Duuje Ke Liye (1981)