6 MOVIES YOU DIDN'T KNOW WERE SHOT IN KARNATAKA

1. 7 Khoon Maaf - Coorg

7 khoon maaf movie poster

Susanna is desperately in search of love which leads to a series of marriages - each ending in a tragic & mysterious death. “7 khoon maaf” was released as “7 sins forgiven” internationally in 2011. The movie chose Coorg to be a shooting destination looking at the breathtaking sights the city has.

7 Khoom Maas Movie Poster - Source: icmusic07.wordpress.com
 

2. Sholay - Ramanagara

sholay movie poster

“Tera kya hoga, Kaliya? Holi kab hai, kab hai holi..? Kitne Aadmi the?” No one can forget these epic dialogues from Sholay by Gabbar. Yes those rocks and that valley is Ramanagara - A city - 50 km southwest of Bangalore & also famous as the silk city.

Sholay Movie Poster - Source: youngisthan.in

3. Guru - Badami Cave Temples

Guru movie poster

Remember the song “Ek lo ek muft” from the movie Guru? That is the location we are talking about. The beautiful piece of architecture in the song is Badami cave temples in Karnataka.

Guru Movie Poster - Source: saavn.com

4. Nayak - Gangavathi - Koppal District, Karnataka

nayak movie poster

Gangavathi town in Koppal district has been a favorite shooting destination for many of the film-makers. Nayak, China Town & Amaanat are few of them to mention.

Nayak Movie Poster - Source: gaana.com

5. Coolie - Cubbon Park & Railway Station, Bangalore

Coolie

Coolie - Cubbon Park & Railway Station, Bangalore. This super-hit movie starring Amitabh Bacchan showed Bangalore railway station and the very famous cubbon park in it.
 
Coolie Movie Poster - Source: Famousfix

6. Rowdy Rathore - Bangalore Palace, Bangalore

Rowdy Rathore

Directed by Prabhu Deva, the film had Akshay Kumar & Sonakshi Sinha as the lead pair. The song “Dhandang Dhandang” from the movie shows Bangalore Palace.

Rowdy Rathore Movie Poster - Source: Blu-ray.com