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EXCLUSIVE: Bollywood films that truly highlighted the streets of Mumbai!

India’s ‘Mayanagari’ Mumbai is not just the city of dreams and filled with crowded places. The city has its own peace which only a true Mumbaikar can feel. Talking about the Industry, Mumbai has been the house of Bollywood ever since the beginning of movies in India.

Today, let us reminisce on those films that have highlighted the beauty of Mumbai Meri Jaan

Wake Up Sid
Ranbir Kapoor and Konkana Sen starrer Wake Up Sid is almost everyone’s favorite for its story, music, dialogues. But have you ever seen this film with the perception of watching the beauty of Mumbai? Apart from the story, the film also vocals the calmness and peace present in the city.

Wake Up Sid
Wake Up Sid

Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na
A cute young generation love story starring Imran Khan and Genelia D’souza Deshmukh. The film attempts to showcase all the attractive locations in Mumbai like Bandra Bandstand and also shows the nightlife of the city.

Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na
Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na

Taxi No. 9211
What should I say about the film, when the title of the film only sums up the whole city. This film is truly a Mumbai film with a great story of a Taxi driver and Businessman’s son who destines to meet each other.

Taxi No. 9211
Taxi No. 9211

Shor In the City
Released in 2010, a story of people with the chaos in the city. The film is based on multiple narratives taken on the city of Mumbai.

Shor In the City
Shor In the City

Life In A Metro
One film, nine people’s stories in one city with different scenarios. Not only the city, but the film also has many subtle emotions and compelling screenwriting, combined with great acting.

Life In A Metro
Life In A Metro
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