Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety (SKTKS) is doing great business at the box office. Checkout this cool song from the movie, which was filmed in Amsterdam.
Amsterdam: Great Place for Tourists & Bollywood Film Shoots
People all over the world love Amsterdam (also known as ‘The Venice of the North’) for its free thoughts and a great lifestyle. Not many in India may be aware, but the fact is that Holland/Netherlands is a popular place for Bollywood performers. And in recent times, its also getting popular with Indian tourists and Bollywood celebs, especially the city of Amsterdam.
Here are some of our Bollywood celebrities who were seen spending time in Amsterdam.
Jab Harry Met Sejal, starring Shahrukh Khan and Anushka Sharma, was filmed in Amsterdam (part of the movie). Unfortunately, the movie did okay at the box office.
Their Bollywood career may not be going great guns, but that doesn’t deter the second Royal Couple, Soha Ali Khan (sister of Saif Ali Khan) and Kunal Khemu to have some fun. The couple recently returned from their holidays in the modern day sin city of Amsterdam.
The couple shared some pictures from their holidays. Soha Ali Khan wrote “The Grasshopper at Dam Square” with her Selfie.
The couple were last seen in “Mr Joe B. Carvalho”.
Neha Dhupia in Amsterdam
Neha Dhupia recently returned from her holidays in Ireland and in Amsterdam. Here she shares some of her pictures from Amsterdam. She even captured the nightlife in Amsterdam well with photographs of massive rides decorated with pretty lights.
She tweeted, ‘In AMSTER DAMN!!!!!’, such an intelligent rearrangement of letters to convey the message.
Kangana visits Amsterdam’s red light area
Kangana Ranaut’s movie ‘Queen’ was a big hit and was shot extensively in Amsterdam. Kangana, who had heard so much about Amsterdam’s red light district, took the opportunity to check out the place, while shooting in Amsterdam. She reportedly termed the experience “unique”.
Amsterdam: Things to Do
Amsterdam is a small city but has over fifty museums that attract many millions of visitors every year. Some amazing museums include the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum.
The number of canals in Amsterdam have led this city to be known as ‘The Venice of the North’.
The locals are nice, fairly international and inclusive in their views, which is what most tourists to Amsterdam like about the place. Indians who travel to Amsterdam like the nightlife, canals, museums and tulips.