From Nomadland to Queen, Keep Your Wanderlust Alive With these 13 Movies

From Nomadland to Queen, Keep Your Wanderlust Alive With these 13 Movies

By Mansi Bengali31 March, 2021 3 min read
From Nomadland to Queen, Keep Your Wanderlust Alive With these 13 Movies

We said all the goodbyes to the last year and the previous decade with plans to travel and make ourselves better in the next decade. The first three months might seem like a year, and staying at home was the last thing we wanted to do. Though we have to stay at home, it doesn’t mean that you have to put your travel on hold. In fact, you can travel to multiple countries in a weekend. We have a list of travel movies that will take you to different parts of the world without you leaving your couch. Well, apart from getting up for some more popcorn. We wish you a bon voyage as you continue reading.

Nomadland

A woman in her sixties who, after losing everything in the Great Recession, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad.
Country covered: USA
Playing in theatres.

Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

The leading trio of friends goes underwater diving, skydiving, visiting the Tomatina festival, and running of the bulls all within three hours. We bet you will also say zindagi na milegi dobara as you add Spain to your bucket list.
Country covered: Spain
Streaming on: Netflix

Queen

One of the travel movies that motivated thousands of female solo travellers gives you the perfect view of Paris and Amsterdam ki galiyan. From making new friends to trying new things, you will want to consider staying in a hostel the next time you travel.
Countries covered: France and the Netherlands
Streaming on: Voot

My Name is Khan

If you really want to know how vast the USA actually is and what it means to be a part of that country, no movie will do it better than My Name is Khan.
Country covered: USA
Streaming on: Disney+ Hotstar

Lord of the Rings

Who knew that visiting Middle Earth requires you to go way down south? The greenery and the terrain that is endemic to this great nation is all you need for a perfectly relaxing vacation.
Country covered: New Zealand
Streaming on: Prime Video

Eat Pray Love

The three words that we are living by right now in the form of a movie that covers three beautiful countries in the best way possible. What more do you want?
Countries covered: Italy, India, and Bali
Streaming on: Netflix

Ek Tha Tiger

Nobody promotes a country’s tourism like Yash Raj Films. They have a knack of weaving the best a country has to offer in their storytelling. You just sit back and enjoy the ride.
Countries covered: Turkey, Cuba, Ireland
Streaming on: Prime Video

Roy

Roy is not everyone’s cup of tea, but you don’t want to miss the movie because you might miss some of the most beautiful things Malaysia has to offer.
Country covered: Malaysia
Streaming on: Disney+ Hotstar

Dhoom 2

It is time to go to Brazil and bask in their wonderful sunlight with even more beautiful beaches. If you happen to be there during the carnival, there is nothing more colourful than that.
Country covered: Brazil
Streaming on: Prime Video

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

It is very mushkil to calm our dil when we are subjected to the beautiful sights of Europe, which perfectly complement the melancholy of unrequited love.
Countries covered: Austria, UK, and France
Streaming on: Prime Video

Mamma Mia!

See Greece as you have never seen before when you watch Mamma Mia! Let Sophie and her family take you on a trip you will not forget.
Country covered: Greece
Streaming on: Netflix

Sex and the City 2

The finest ladies of New York have made their way to the Middle East and how. They add their flair to everything they do, taunting us to plan a trip to Abu Dhabi right away.
Country covered: UAE
Streaming on: Prime Video

Tamasha

Whatever happens in Corsica, one of the most beautiful French islands stays there. And as would you!
Country covered: France
Streaming on: Netflix

It is time to grab your passport…err…sorry your remote and go on a journey this weekend with these travel movies. You can watch this space for more movie recommendations and don’t forget to stay safe!.

Tags: #A R Rahman #Ae Dil Hai Mushkil #dhoom 2 #Eat Pray Love #Ek Tha Tiger #Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring #Lord of the Rings: Return of the King #Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers #Mamma Mia! #My Name is Khan #Queen #rockstar #roy #Sex and the City 2 #Tamasha #Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
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