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Half Day Bollywood Tour with Half Day City Tour

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Trip Duration
1 Day's / 1 Nights

Package Description

For those dwelling away from Mumbai, at the very mention of Mumbai, it is Bollywood that comes to their mind. It must have been the two names, Bombay and Hollywood that must have conceptualised to name the mammoth film industry in Mumbai as Bollywood. Even an average movie buff would not refuse to get closer to see the film in making. This can be done only if you visit the studios where the films are shot and behind the scenes technicalities that are carried out. Only the ones who have met a film star will be able to tell you what an exciting feeling it can be to be face to face with the one you adore, to speak to the star and have a few lines jotted down by the star for your keepsake. This tour will be taking you to the studios, and you will get to watch the stars in action, mouthing the dialogues with actions. After you are done with the Bollywood tour in India, you will be taken round to tour the city for the remainder of the half day. You will be allowed to get familiar and showcased all the aspects of Mumbai. Some of the places in Mumbai that you should not skip visiting, include, Gateway of India, Marine Drive, Chowpatty Beach, all the timeless architectures in India like the Bombay University, Bombay High Court, Victoria Terminus, Prince of Wales Museum, Town Hall and the Rajabhai Tower. Truly, in a day’s tour of Mumbai, you can go back home well satiated with all that you wanted to see, more of Bollywood and Mumbai city in India, with Tour Das.

Pickup from hotel. (Transportation depends on number of PAX)

Our Representative “guide” for Bollywood tour will receive you at your hotel/Cruz.


  • Car
  • Food


  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing
  • Flight
  • Train

#1 Day

Arrival at Gateway of India,

Mumbai’s most famous monument, this is the starting point

Guide will explain you about the history and architecture

Arrival at Nariman Point

Nariman Point is the most romantic and one of the most expensive commercial centres in the world.

Arrival at Marine drive

Marine Drive is a skilfully laid-out boulevard in South Mumbai. It is actually an upturned ‘C’-shaped six lane concrete road, which formed the shape of necklace.

Arrival at Mani Bhavan

Mani Bhavan is the oldest residence of Mahatma Gandhi in Mumbai

Arrival at Dhobi Ghat

A unique feature of Mumbai, the dhobi is a traditional laundryman, who will collect your dirty linen, wash it, and return it neatly pressed to your doorstep. All for a pittance. The “laundries” are called “Ghats” row upon row of concrete wash pens, each fitted with its own flogging stone.

Drive past the homes of famous Bollywood stars.

A fine, hygienic restaurant

Arrival at Shooting Sight

Escorted to a specially created studio

Visit a live shooting set

Watch filming at shooting set

Peek at the behind-the-scenes activities of movie making

See the technicians at work

If possible, look into the star`s makeup rooms

If possible, have your picture taken with a Bollywood actor

Arrival at hotel/Location in Mumbai.

DO’s and Don’ts

Be considerate, polite, and friendly with locals and everybody else on trip.
Pack your luggage and valuables all by yourself. Also make sure you keep a track of these.
Choose your travel friends and confidantes wisely. Crossing border or relying on a hitchhiker can put your life in danger.
Relying on strangers and making friends too soon on trip can put you in trouble.
Reach social events and public transport places on time.
Don’t count your money in public places, cabs, restaurants, or private taxis.
Don’t attract unnecessary attention by wearing very expensive jewellery or clothing.
Don’t walk on dark streets or unsafe places at night.
Don’t leave your kids unattended or with strangers even for seconds.
Don’t attempt an adventure activity if you aren’t comfortable.

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