Kingdom of dreams
Kingdom of dreams the Culture Gully and Nautanki Mahal auditorium is India's first live entertainment, theatre and leisure destination. It is situated in Sector 29, Gurgaon in NCR Delhi, near the Leisure Valley Park. It is Spread over 6 acres (24,000 m2) and built at a cost of over Rs. 2 billion, and is run by the Great Indian Nautanki Company (GINC), a joint venture between Apra Group and Wizcraft. Kingdom of dreams was inaugurated on 29 January 2010 by the former Chief Minister of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda and opened to public on 18 September 2010 by Union Minister of Tourism, Kumari Selja.
Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan was named the global ambassador of Kingdom of Dreams on 19 September 2010. The 2010 Commonwealth Games' official theme song, Jiyo Utho Bado Jeeto by composer A R Rahman was launched in the complex on 28 August 2010, with a performance by Rahman, accompanied by dance performances by Hussain Kuwajerwala, Gauhar Khan and Kashmira Irani, on the theme of Zangoora - The Gypsy Prince.
Auditorium Complex, Sector 29, Near IFFCO Metro Station, Sector 29, Gurugram, Haryana 122001
Type of Place
- Indira Gandhi Intl. Airport.
- New Delhi Railway Station
- IFFCO Chowk Metro Station
- ◆Timing's :- ◆*Monday Closed.
●Tues. To Fri. : 12:30 PM TO 12:00 AM
◆* Sat.&Sun. : 12:00 PM TO 12:00 AM
◆Entry Fees :-
●Rs.2,999 per person (Diamond) on weekdays (Tue-Fri)
◆*Rs.3,999 per person (Diamond) on weekends
●Rs.2,499 per person (Platinum) on weekdays (Tue-Fri)
◆*Rs.2,999 per person (Platinum) on weekends
●Rs.1,999 per person (Gold) on weekdays (Tue-Fri)
◆*Rs.2,499 per person (Gold) on weekends
●Rs.1,499 per person (Silver) on weekdays (Tue-Fri)
◆*Rs.1,999 per person (Silver) on weekends
●Rs.1,249 per person (Bronze) on weekdays (Tue-Fri)
◆*Rs.1,499 per person (Bronze) on weekends
●Rs.600 per person (culture gully) on weekdays (Tue-Fri)
◆*Rs.700 per person (culture gully) on weekends
- Nautanki Mahal is the best attraction of this place as it is the most hi-tech auditorium in India, with a seating capacity of 835 people. This state of the art auditorium is designed like a grand palace and stages larger than life Indian and International theatrical productions. The auditorium provides a hydraulic stage, a state-of-the-art matrix sound system and automated fly bars, making the theatre experience real, like,if there’s a restaurant scene in the show, you would be able to smell the food’s smell!
Other than this Culture Gully is also a attractive point here which features the arts, crafts and food boulevard at the Kingdom of Dreams. This air-conditioned boulevard is spread across 100,000 sq. ft., with theme restaurants and live kitchens from 14 states of India, represented in full vibrancy and grandeur with their representative architecture and decor.
Things to Buy
- Balloon's, varieties of small toys and small handicraft products.
Things to Eat
- One can eat a large variety of food as Culture Gully is the theme restaurants and live kitchens from 14 states of India, and under a sky dome, ornate architecture and tasting the many specialties of the various Indian states is a true gourmet’s delight.
Things to enjoy
- One should must enjoy the Zangoora and Jhumroo show held in Nautanki Mahal which play alongside each day. One can even enjoy a show at Showshaa Theatre is a recently opened, 350-seater covered amphitheater.
Other than these all there is one more enjoyable place inside the auditorium the IIFA Buzz, a Bollywood-themed resto-bar, is located on the first floor of Culture Gully.