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Friday, October 20, 2017

Bollywood Parks™ Dubai

Bollywood Parks™ Dubai is the first-ever Bollywood themed park in the world, providing guests with a flavour of Bollywood and Indian culture through immersive rides, delicious food, stunning live performances and extravagant entertainment.

Bollywood Parks™ Dubai will feature cinematic rides and attractions for families and visitors of all ages to experience recreations of some of Bollywood’s biggest blockbusters such as Don, Lagaan, Sholay, Krrish and RA.One, through state-of-the-art 3D and 4D systems, as well as a stunning  stunt show, live performances and hot sets based on the Dabangg, Rock On!! and Zindagi Na Milegi Na Dobara.

Amazing cuisine will take centre stage at each of the Park’s six themed restaurants, including Mughal-e-Azam, the fine dining restaurant; Jumbo Café, Rock On!! Restaurant, Victoria Station, Spicy Dhaba, Studio Canteen and Juhu Juice Bus housed in a life size replica of a Mumbai bus, in addition to several street-style food carts.

No trip through Bollywood would be complete without the one-of-a-kind Bollywood performances. Two hundred dance performers will be regularly stunning guests with amazing, intricate routines with up to 20 live shows across five stages; Rock On!!, Crossroads, Mumbai Express, Rangmanch and Stars on Steps.

At the heart of Bollywood Parks™ Dubai lies its crowning jewel, the magnificent Rajmahal Theatre, an 850-seat opulent theatre that will host a separately ticketed Broadway-styled Bollywood musical several times a week, the first of its kind in the region. To complement the grand stage in the Royal Plaza zone, the Mughal-e-Azam restaurant will serve as the perfect venue for a pre-theatre dinner and will offer royal ‘shahi’ cuisine prepared by culinary artists.  During the day, the zone’s Stars on Steps Stage will showcase a special performance paying tribute to Bollywood through the ages.

Visitors will also be delighted by the colorful Bollywood memorabilia available across the eight retail stores and stand-alone carts dotted around the park.

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