Kashmir has been the backdrop for quite a few Hindi movies.
The breathtaking valley has also served as a favourite holiday destination for movie stars.
Namrata Thakker looks at the beauty of Kashmir through Bollywood's lenses,
Shraddha Kapoor takes in the lovely Kashmir air during a break from the Haider shooting in 2014.
Alia Bhatt enjoys a shikara boat ride at the famous Dal Lake.
Her spy thriller Raazi was also shot in and around Jammu & Kashmir.
Kunal Kemmu gets clicked in the winter wonderland.
He was in breathtaking valley just a few months back to shoot for Karan Johar's magnum opus Kalank.
Here's Salman Khan with the cutest Kashmiri kids you'll ever see.
Apart from Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Khan shot some portions of Race 3 in the valley.
Television hottie Jennifer Winget, who made her Bollywood acting debut with Kunal Kohli's Phir Se, brings in the New Year in Kashmir.
Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal share a light moment during the shooting for their debut film Notebook in Sonmarg.
Dia Mirza looks super excited to be in the mesmerising town of Gulmarg and see its amazing flowers.
Shooting in sub-zero temperature is never easy but looks like Salman is used to it. Jacqueline Fernandez, meanwhile, is not!
Urmila Matondkar sure knows how to look stylish during her winter holidays.
As her husband Mohsin Akhtar Mir is a Kashmiri, the actress-turned-politician is quite familiar with the snow-clad region.
Taapsee Pannu was in Kashmir last year to shoot for Anurag Kashyap's Manmarziyaan.
After the wrap up, she posted this photo on her Insta feed and wrote, 'Dear Kashmir, You truly proved to be “Paradise” for me. Lost and found wali feeling became beautiful courtesy you. Phir milenge...... agli baar jab mausam thoda behtar hoga! Love Rumi #Manmarziyaan #Kashmir #FilmWrap.'
Imitiaz Ali's love-affair with Kashmir is evident from his movies.
Here, he has some fun with his niece Noor in Srinagar.