Bollywood Safari The Great Indian Television Tour

Aamchi Mumbai. Meet the Stars. Real to Reel.

Some call it the city of dreams and some a city that never sleeps. Out of all the legendary stories of fortunes that Mumbai has turned around, Bollywood and its glamour remains ace. In last 125 years, this coastal island city has been synonymous with razzle and dazzle that attracts many visitors. Only a rare few get an opportunity to connect with the real industry insights.


Welcome to Bollywood Safari

Bollywood safari is the state of the art sightseeing tour of Mumbai, wherein we will take our visitors to experience on a journey from real to reel. This Tour will be an ultimate experience of your life’s dream come true of witnessing actual shooting of films and television on sets, post production with opportunities of taking selfie’s and dubbing.
Our tour will also focus on Bollywood legendary star homes, notable landmarks and locations in and around Mumbai.

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Where the journey begins

Gateway Of India

"The Gateway has four turrets and is designed with intricate latticework."

"During World War I, the Taj was converted into a 600-bed hospital."

Taj Mahal Hotel

Marine Drive

"The marine drive is also called as the Queen's necklace. "

"The dargah has around 8,000 visitors every week and not every visitor is a Muslim. "

Haji Ali Dargah

Mahalaxmi Temple

" Mahalaxmi Temple is more than 185 year old Temple built in the year 1831."

"The Bandra Worli Sea Link is India’s first eight-lane, cable-stayed freeway over the open sea."

Bandra Worli Sea Link

Salman Khan's House

Most of the tourists never miss out of an opportunity to catch a glimpse of Salman Khan's Apartment "Galaxy" while visiting Bandstand.

Fans across the country come to have a glimpse of Shahrukh Khan's quintessential place "Mannat".

Shahrukh Khan's Bungalow

Amitabh Bachchan's Bungalow

Amitabh Bachhan's house "Pratiksha" has been the Mecca for his fans and visited by thousands of people every Sunday.

"Dilip Kumar was offered a lead role in the international project ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ (1962) by director David Lean. "

Shooting Studio

Dubbing Studio

" Devika Rani was the first actress with a degree in film-making."

*There will be a 5 minutes halt for pictures from Gateway of India to Shooting Studio. (Not Dubbing studio cause there will be one hour halt at shooting studio)


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