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tgblog Oct 13 2014

Top 5 Most Adventurous Tamil Movies with great Travel Experiences

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Usually Tamil Movies always have the concept of a hero moving from a poor village to a metro city where he fights the villain for his rights and finally wins. Alternatively, he may travel from a city to a foreign country with the intention of marrying a loved one as well as seeking a livelihood. Add the duet songs shot in foreign locations. Thus, journeys are quite essential in Tamil cinema, and here is a collection of most adventurous journey-based Tamil movies. The collection is based on last 4 years (2010-2014); and if you find any awesome travel movie missing from this list, […..]

tgblog Aug 06 2014

‘Hot Tea Across India’: Travel tales by an avid traveller

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I am not a tea person, but when I am travelling I always long for the cuppa. And that becomes a point of discord between me and my husband very often when we are travelling. While he wants to reach the destination as early as possible, I want to stop by along the roadside dhabas after every two hours, sip my hot chai and stretch my feet; the best part about road trips. That is why when I started reading Rishad Saam Mehta’s Hot Tea Across India, I was completely hooked till I completed the book. A light read of […..]

tgblog Jul 15 2014

Highway: A catharsis for those bitten by wanderlust

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There are movies that awaken the wanderlust in us. It motivates us to just pack our bags and hit the road. Imtiaz Ali’s Highway does just that. Whether it is the arid landscape of Rajasthan or the snow-capped mountains and the pine-filled meandering roads of Himachal Pradesh or the emerald meadows and the gushing streams in Kashmir, the breathtaking locations are so enticing that I wanted the journey of the protagonists, Veera (Alia Bhatt), a bride-to-be, and Mahaveer (Randeep Hooda), a truck driver, to go on, just as Veera says, “Par yeh raasta, yeh bahut accha hai. Mein chahti hoon […..]