Shooting Locales in India – Meghalaya

By Pickle  August 1, 2019

Meghalaya, or the abode of clouds, remains a virgin territory waiting to be exploited for film shootings. Improving its infrastructure manifold, the state recently agreed to come on board the Mumbai Academy of the Moving Image (MAMI) and aspires to become a preferred destination for shooting films. Star attractions in the state are its waterfalls, caves, rainforests, hill stations and a lot more. There are numerous places that are well-known all over the world as it boasts some of the most spectacular waterfalls like Nohkalikai Falls, Elephant Falls, and Mawlynnong Falls; the longest caves like Krem Liat Prah and Mawsmai Caves; and the wettest places in the world like Cherrapunji and Mawsynram. The crystal clear water of Umngot River in Dawki, the sacred forests of Mawphlang, and the world-famous living root bridges in Cherrapunji can form a beautiful backdrop of any film and mesemerize the audience world over.

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State Website: http://meghalaya.gov.in/megportal/

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