Ranbir Kapoor turns 34 today and if there’s anything his movies have shown us, other than his natural talent at acting, it’s his love for travel. Ranbir’s movies have inspired us all in one of or another to tap into our desire to see the world. Don’t agree? Check out this list of his movies that have definitely made it our bucket list!

  1. Tamasha: Who can forget the beautifully shot “Matargashti” on the streets of Corsica? Ranbir brings out the beauty of the pebbled streets, the vibrant colours of the carnival and the dreaminess of this small town in Italy. As far as Bollywood fans are concerned, this movie put Corsica on the map.

  2. Wake Up Sid: From international to domestic – Ranbir Kapoor does it with ease. It helps that he is easy on the eyes too! If you’ve ever lived in Mumbai, I bet this movie takes you back to the streets of Mumbai in the rain. Sid captures the chaos and history of the city beautifully on his camera as an on screen photographer … and somewhere you end up falling for Mumbai as much as him.

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  3. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani: Bunny, the non-committal, carefree, nomad, aspires to host his own travel show. Hello?! That’s pretty much everyone in the world. Ranbir plays this dreamy character to the tee and has us reworking our career plans … and our bucket lists (destination wedding in Udaipur – check.)“Main udna chahta hoon, daudna chahta hoon, girna bhi chahta hoon … bus rukna nahi chahta”.

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  4. Barfi!: A stellar performance for sure, we’d like to throw some light on how well this movie, and Ranbir, capture the beauty of Darjeeling, and the old-world beauty of Kolkata. Chaplin-like and innocent Barfi, on the streets of the hill station of Darjeeling, takes it to a whole new level. We really couldn’t imagine it being shot anywhere else in the world.

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  5. Rockstar: Though this film is shot across various locations – from New Delhi to Kashmir to Czech Republic, Ranbir captures the mood of each city in his effortless manner. We’re thinking of the song “Phir se Ud Chala” on the roads of Himachal, and “Kun Faya” which is shot at the dargah of Nizamuddin – a true symbol of Delhi.

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Here’s saying thanks and a happy birthday to Ranbir Kapoor – our true travel muse and the nomad of Bollywood!