Haven’t gardens always been a source of adding beauty to the song? The vibrant colours of every flower there, the breeze acting as a timely addition to support the ‘feel’ of the song, the flowers also complementing the attire of the actors on screen etc.
Who can forget the wonderful duet ‘Germaniyin Sen thaen mallare’ from the movie ‘Ullasaparavaigal’ where we see the beautiful garden just outside that of the Louvre museum. Kukenhof gardens have ofcourse been famous from then until now. Thanks to the song from Silsila where we see Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha romancing in the song ‘Dekha ek Khwab to’. The same gardens are also seen in Shankar’s blockbuster ‘Anniyan’ that hit the screens in 2005, the song ‘Kumari’ wehre see the heroine Sadha running towards Vikram, each and every shot beautifully going with the colours of the costumes worn by the actors.
Ooty’s Botanical garden has been a famous spot for many directors too. The beautiful, lush green grass does not fail to melt the hearts of the on-lookers. If you have watched the song ‘Jaane jigar Jaaneman’ from the movie ‘Aashiqui’ you would be able to relate to this. Ooty garden were also famous for hooting the famous ‘Dil hain ki mantha nahin’ starring Aamir Khan and Pooja bhatt.The tamil movie ‘Ulathai ali tha’ always witness a lot of portions shot in the beautiful gardens.
How can we forget the beautiful brindavan gardens that have always looked welcoming? Dozen a films are shot here!The famous movie Raja Hindustani also had the song ‘Kitna Pyaara Tujhe’ was shot here. The beautiful fountains also prove wonderful additions to the scenic essence in the song.
The wonderful plush gardens have always proved to be a perfect location and have also helped in setting the ambience and mood of the song right.