Minister of Tourism, Shri K. Chiranjeevi is working hard to make India the first choice of Tourists across the world, He has concentrated on the International Hollywood films which shot in India .
Incredible India to Promotes Mani Majra, small town situated in Chandigarh where an international film “Zero Dark Thirty,” was shot , it has acquired the potential to attract international tourists keen to see where the film was shot. The film has received Five Oscar nominations.
The Ministry of Tourism has launched an effort to popularise the town and inform potential visitors about how to get there. The Incredible India website has not only embedded a You Tube video that shows the majestic mediaeval Mani Majra Fort, but also shows glimpses of the town and shows the exact locations where the film was shot. The website also has a detailed map that shows how to reach Mani Majra by air, rail and road from Chandigarh as well as from the four major international airports of India.
This is part of the Ministry’s efforts launched under Shri K. Chiranjeevi, Minister of Tourism to promote every part of India that has any potential to attract international tourists. It may be recalled that the Ministry had recently launched a campaign to promote Puducherry and Munnar (Kerala) where the international film “Life of Pi” was shot and also hosted a major Tourism Mart at Guwahati last month to promote North-Eastern India for international tourism