Khaali Peeli: A Look At All Bambaiyaa Locations That Ishaan Khatter & Ananya Pandey Starrer Was Shot In
Ishaan Khatter and Ananya Pandey starrer Khaali Peeli managed to grab the attention of the audience for giving a sneak peek into the streets of Mumbai. Here’s a look at all the picturesque of very Bambaiyaa locations that Khaali Peeli was shot in.
Khaali Peeli is the latest Bollywood film to make a direct-t0-web release. If you are missing the theatre experience, you can watch this movie on ZEE5, an OTT platform which brings latest Bollywood blockbusters at home. The Ishaan Khatter and Ananya Pandey starrer is full of Bombay ‘Tapori’ slangs and will definitely give you a picturesque view of a few Bombaiya locations. Scroll down to take a look at the “very Bambaiyaa” locations that Khaali Peeli was shot in.
We bet if you are a true Mumbaikar, we don’t need to describe this location at all. But, for the unversed, this photo from Khaali Peeli is located in South Bombay and known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus or CST – formerly Victoria Terminus. Well, a fun fact is that it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of India’s finest and oldest Victorian-Italianate-Gothic style architectural buildings. When the film developed, the flashback scenes started with this as the very first shot.
Taking a walk by the seaside in Mumbai always manages to grab a spot in the list of to-do-things in Mumbai. The below snap from the film captures the Worli Sea Face area. Worli Sea Face is considered a popular landmark to visit. In the film, we can see little Blakie and Pooja having an adorable romantic moment here.
A brief portion of Khaali Peeli gives a sneak peek into some of the most intriguing locations of Mumbai. A few sequences of the film have been shot at Bhendi Bazar, a market in South Mumbai. The portion shot there gives glimpses of bust Mumbai streets. Scroll down to take a look at a few.
Be it Mumbai or any other city of India, fairs and festivals are all about rides, giant wheels, lights and food. Duniya Sharma Jayegi’s song in the film is perfect if you are not a Mumkaikar and want to know how fair actually looks like in Mumbai. Interestingly, during a media interaction, the director of the film Maqbool Khan mentioned an incident where the venue got crowded with the locals. “We were shooting for a crucial scene at Raichur Lane in Bhendi Bazaar. And then suddenly after learning about the shoot, hordes of people arrived there. It was a tough task to control the crowd. I think there were as good as 5000 people who were around us,” he said.
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