Feel the Dilwale magic. Walk in the shoes of Shah Rukh Khan and experience the scenes of Dilwale movie, which touched your heart. In each of us there is a creator. When we feel the impulse and the inspiration, we express it in various ways. And the movie industry is among the biggest challenges in arts. With this Sofia Bollywood tour we are inviting you to go behind the scenes of Dilwale. Let’s visit the sites in Sofia where the team (from India, Bulgaria and South Africa) shot.
Dilwale movie tour
They captured in the scenes emblematic sites in Sofia. Among them are the square of Alexander Nevsky cathedral, the city garden in front of the National library, the Russian church and the National theatre. Also the Lion’s bridge, Sofia streets and reaching to Bansko town and Kaliakra cape. While watching the movie, we feel the excitement of the team to give their best, combined with the efforts of so many people. In the movie art there are no boundaries between the countries. All people are united by their love to the cinema and the impulse to create. The team risks even their life in cascades in order to be part of this Bollywood movie, which to pass its message and to remain years ahead. The faith leads them in this process.
Be part of our Bollywood walking tour and experience Sofia with an insider tour guide. The videos and the excerpt photos are ownership of Dilwale 2015.
Check out also our other tours in Sofia, if you are not fan of the Bollywood movies: Sofia wine tour, Sofia cooking tour, Sofia communism tour. Alternatively, book your English/German speaking tour guide and customize your own tour.
|Duration:||approx. 5 hours / city centre|
|Departure location||Meeting in front of St St Alexander Nevsky cathedral in Sofia, Bulgaria.|
|Arrival Time||14:00 (The tour ends at the Lion’s bridge or at the Indian restaurant)|
|When to visit:||all year long|
|Group size:||from 1 up to 15 people|
|Extra information||This is a walking tour. It is suitable also for bigger groups on request. In winter the fountain in front of the National theatre is not working.|