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Kingdom Of Dreams

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As the name suggests, Kingdom of Dreams at Gurgaon in NCR Delhi is a fantasy land in all respects, offering two theatres and a center dedicated to culture and cuisine.  The two theatres Nautanki Mahal and Showshaa, provides a world class theatrical atmosphere with the latest technology. It is worth watching theatre performances here. The Culture Gully, as the name promises, focuses on the culture and cuisine of India. So, those who love to watch theatre and take in some tastes from different parts of India should visit the Kingdom of Dreams.

The Kingdom of Dreams, built at the cost of more than Rs. 200 crore, can be termed as India’s first live entertainment, theatre and leisure destination. It covers around 6 acres of land. Though inaugurated on January 29, 2010 by the Chief Minister of Haryana, it was opened to public on 18 September, 2010 by the Union Minister of Tourism, Kumari Selja. Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan is the global ambassador of the Kingdom of Dreams.

The first show held at the Kingdom of Dreams was a preview of the popular Bollywood Musical, Zangoora – The Gypsy Prince, starring actors, Hussain Kuwajerwala, Gauhar Khan and Kashmira Irani.  In 2010, the official song of Commonwealth Games 2010 was launched here by music composer A. R. Rahman.

Nautanki Mahal

Nautanki Mahal is designed like a grand palace and can seat 835 people. Here plays from India and abroad are staged.

The auditorium holds a hydraulic stage, automated fly bars and a matrix sound system that makes the theatre experience real.

Nautanki Mahal opened with the Bollywood musical Zangoora - The Gypsy Prince. A musical comedy was launched here in 2012 as a tribute to the legendary singer-actor Kishore Kumar. It features 10 hit songs of the singer.

Maharaja Lounge at the Nautanki Mahal serves refreshments too.

Culture Gully

Culture Gully, as the name suggests, is a place to indulge in arts, crafts and food. The highlight of the place is the live kitchens representing cuisines from 14 states of India. These kitchens are also built as per the architecture of the respective states. Those who visit the Mumbai pavilion can enter through a local train compartment while the Goan tent is in the form of a beach shack.

It is not just the regional cuisine the place offers, there are also performances and exhibitions by artistes and handicraft workers. The mystic centre and massage center are relaxation venues where visitors can avail of ‘dry’ massage. Another unique feature of the place is the 20 feet gateway and is made with golden lotus petals with tiny mirrors, providing a sparkling shine to the venue. There are also two lounge bars here.

With an area of 100,000 square feet, the area is an exciting place to be for food and culture enthusiasts.

Showshaa Theatre

Showshaa Theatre holds plays on Indian mythology and other theatre regularly. It has a 350 seat capacity and the attraction? A towering tent!

IIFA Buzz Lounge

The IIFA Buzz Lounge is resto-bar based on Bollywood euphoria. It exhibits memorabilia, costumes from movies, colourful posters and even award trophies.

The Royal Card Programme

This is for card play lovers and has numerous attractions for visitors. Each card player can avail a card and can get benefits as per the graded card.

Contact Us

Kingdom of Dreams

Great Indian Nautanki Pvt. Ltd.
Auditorium Complex,
Sector 29,
Gurgaon - 122001
Haryana, India
Telephone: +91 124 - 4528000
Fax: +91 124 - 4528005
E-Mail: [email protected]


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