Board results are out! So what next? Cracking through any of the awesomest colleges of Delhi University will be in the minds of most of the students.
Apart, from being a place that perfectly amalgamates intellect, fun, creativity, and vibrancy, DU is also known for Bollywood connection and its screen depictions.
As soon as you will enter Delhi university campus a fresh air of creativity (in terms of art, fashion, swag and attitude etc) will engulfs the veins.
Time and again, Bollywood movies have captured this unexplainable charm of one of India's top university that also has fair amount of foreign students.
From elite and sophisticated Heer Kaul of St. Stephens college (Nargis Fakhri's character in Rockstar) to honest Shruti Kakkar of Hansraj college (Anushka Sharma's role in Band Baja Baaraat), Bollywood movies have beautifully depicted the exact mood, feel and life in DU.
DU is one of the desired destinations for Bollywood directors. Imtiaz Ali, Maneesh Sharma, Parvin Dabas have all returned to their respective alumnus to shoot the college scenes for their big ventures.
Here we bring to you a list of top seven movies which have featured famous Delhi University colleges:
Romantic musical drama directed by Imtiaz Ali portrayed both Ranbir Kapoor as Hindu College student and Nargis Fakhri as St. Stephens College student.
While Ranbir played a typical Delhi-wala who dreams of becoming a big star, Nargis aptly played a sophisticated Stephenite girl.
Band Baaja Baaraat
Starring Ranveer Singh with Anushka Sharma in the lead roles, Band Baaja Baaraat has presented the perfect mood of DU.
The song Tarkeebein has a glimpse of Hansraj's boys' hostel and classroom.
With the backdrop of Delhi, Fukrey is about four boys who come together to make easy money. The film was shot extensively in Miranda House.
Written and directed by Anurag Kashyap, starring Abhay Deol, the movie has some scenes of Hansraj College.
Do dooni chaar
This family flick had some scenes shot in Kirori Mal College.
This movie was shot in St. Stephen's College. The protagonists Kartik Tiwari and Nushrat Bharucha played the hostellers-in-love.
Dil Dosti Etc
Based on student's life, the movie was extensively shot in Hindu College.