The first theme park dedicated to all things Bollywood in the world is opening on November 15th, 2016!
Showcasing action, lots of adventure, mesmerizing romance, rib-tickling comedy, melodious music, many dance forms; Bollywood is set to add flavour and emotion for all visitors. The park celebrates Mumbai’s legendary film industry in five exclusive zones inspired by Bollywood blockbusters. People can enjoy live entertainment, stage performances and flamboyant cinematic rides in a unparalled experience unlike any other. One can spend time, learn and experience the kaleidoscopic world of Mumbai’s world famous film industry, in the first Boll ywood themed park covering 1.7 million square feet on the opening day. This multi-million dirham entertainment industry of Bollywood is on display at this park. The grand film sets in Mumbai, the space is nothing similar anywhere in the world, here the biggest movie stars and their cinematic endeavours come alive.
Bollywood Parks is themed around nine of the Indian film industry’s well-known films: Rock On!!, Don, Lagaan, Sholay, Dabangg, Mughal-e-Azam, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, RA.One and Krrish. A sculpture of three dancing hands can be seen at the royal white, palatial entrance and Hindi pop tunes welcomes all to the park, where there is a lot to explore. There are six rides at Bollywood Parks, these are all built with the purpose of sharing the action-filled world of six of the most famous movies from Mumbai. The rides here are different, they’re about getting behind-the-scenes with India’s superheros such as Krissh and Ra.One or even taking on Bollywood’s notorious villain, Gabbar, at Sholay’s Ramghat station. In Salman Khan starrer Dabangg, more than 1,000 fans are going to be sitting on bleacher-style seats close to the action as this live, intense stunt show featuring cars, high-wire tricks and more.
The food is fantastic, the Juhu Juice Bus is parked at Mumbai Chowk and serves fresh sugar cane juice and refreshing coconut water. The chaat corner, a Spicy Dhaba and many such stalls will be selling street food. For a majestic treat there’s Mughal-E-Azam, the park’s only fine-dining restaurant. Enhancing the feel, the visitors can have a recreation of Victoria Station, with three giant train carriages outside a restaurant, from the roof of which regular music and dance performances will take place.
The five zones in this Bollywood theme park, with each section hosting its own pop-up, ten-minute choreographed dance routines to Bollywood songs, performed all day. The Rajmahal Theatre, a state-of-the-art indoor arena can seat 850 people. It is going to host the region’s first Broadway-style, Bollywood-themed musical, Jaan-e-Jigar. The 120-minute show will feature drama, romance, action and comedy. The music includes top hits from Bollywood movies, as well as original tracks.