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From twinning in classic boater hats with elegant ribbon trims to having watched the last sunset of 2020 by the beach and ringing in New Year’s 2021 together at a private swimming pool resort, Ishaan Khatter and Ananya Panday’s indulgent escape to the Maldives have made our travel bug and how. Ishaan recently shared a video of his “first proper holiday” that was enough to set the Internet on fire, although the Khaali Peeli stars have now wrapped up their exotic vacations and returned to India.
Ishaan chanelled his inner cinematographer and director as he prepared the video that features him nailing a headstand by the sunset, spotting dolphins and more, making us crave for a comparable getaway. The video opens up to a picturesque beachside sunset followed by a view of the island nation from a drone camera or an aerial view.
Next, we see Ananya and Ishaan hitting the beach, indulging in some scrumptious Sun Siyam Iru Veli food platters and even enjoying a ride on a seaplane. The video goes on to show dolphins popping out of the ocean waves and Ananya enjoying the view before Ishaan excitedly nails a headstand on the wet stand with hair floating in the sea breast.
The video ended with romantic shots of the moon in the sky and the ocean waters glowing with the moonlight. In the caption, Ishaan shared, “New Year, New Energy Cut a montage from my first proper “holiday”.” Shot, graded and edited by me on iPhone 12pro (with some help from muse and additional videography: @ananyapanday)’ Icy Violence’ by @sadnightdynamite (sic).’
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The island nation of Maldives is located between the Arabian and Laccadian seas, approximately 500 miles southwest of Sri Lanka. It is mostly isolated, attracting travellers away from the hustle of metropolitan life looking for some peace.
All about the Maldives pulls at our heart strings, from picture-perfect private villas extending to alabaster white sand beaches or swings suspended over turquoise blue waters that overlook sunsets dipping into the horizon. The underwater hotels and private overwater bungalows make the Maldives a paradise, and we can’t wait to tick it off our bucket list.