Popular telly stars take us on a virtual vacation as they share their favourite holiday destination

Popular telly stars take us on a virtual vacation as they share their favourite holiday destination

Nothing beats Manali: Rishina Kandhari

Nothing beats Manali

Rishina Kandhari

There are so many hidden treasures in India. I went to Manali during the winter and it was a delight to see those snow-clad mountains. I even did some skiing. Being a celebrity you get to travel around the world, but I would give up on any trip abroad for Manali. Since I live in Mumbai, the chilly weather of Manali gave a very different feel.


Aye for Shimla

Savi Thakur

I have visited many places in India like Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Jaipur and Punjab. All these places are beautiful but visiting Himachal Pradesh gives me a feeling that I can’t express in words. Shimla is my favourite holiday destination. I get so much positivity as soon as I enter the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Though there are other hill stations nearby, like Dharamshala, Kullu, and Manali, Shimla is special.


Destination Gulmarg

Angad Hasija

My favourite destination is Jammu and Kashmir because I feel that this is a destination that can beat any foreign country. Gulmarg is so beautiful, I have been there twice and it is not wrong to call it the Switzerland of India. Second would be Kerala, the beaches there are so beautiful and you won’t feel that you are in India.


Besotted by warmth of people

Meera Deosthale

I visited Kashmir two years ago. We went for an outdoor shoot and I decided that when I grew old, this is the kind of place I would want to live in. It was so calm, so beautiful and serene. The people over there were so warm and welcoming. I enjoy eating non-vegetarian food and the quality and taste of Kashmiri food was amazing.


Sound of Jhelum

Rajit Dev

Well, I would say the best part of my profession is travelling around the world. I have been lucky enough to travel to more than 35 countries. But I still feel there are a lot of places in India that are way more beautiful than any other places on earth. I fell in love with Kashmir, the beautiful snow-clad mountains, the sound of the rivers, and the food there was just amazing. I am from Kerala, God’s Own Country as they say. It truly is beautiful. I love Keralite food, that’s one thing I can’t live without.


Kashmir to Kanyakumari

Rohit Choudhary

I feel there is no other country as beautiful as India. From Jammu and Kashmir to Kanyakumari, there are so many beautiful places. Kerala is really beautiful. I love wild life, so I travel to Jim Corbett, Rishikesh. If we travel in our own country then our tourism will get a boost and it will benefit our country.

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