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Kingdom Of Dreams


Gurgaon was always known for its malls, offices and bars before the inauguration of Kingdom of Dreams. Located about 30 km from Delhi, Kingdoms of Dreams is India’s first live entertainment, theatre and leisure destination with offerings of Musicals, Dramas, Mythological Shows, Street Dances, Mock Indian Weddings and much more. It is an amalgamation of culture, fun, heritage, art, cuisine and offers the exceptional experience of watching the grandest live musicals being performed in India.

The main attraction here is the Nautanki Mahal, an 850 seat theatre that brings the India cinema experience to stage. The main stage show widely touted as India’s answer to Broadway which has been going on for the past two years is 'Zangoora - The Gypsy Prince'. Sound, light, video, animation, special effects, aerial choreography, stunts, magic and much more are used to create the Bollywood spectacle on stage.

The Culture Gully tries and manages to immerse the visitors into the Indian culture with pavilions from over 14 states. It is a heaven for shoppers looking for traditional artefacts and arts at genuine prices. The visitors can also watch street performers from all over the country as well as try different cuisines. The Showshaa Theatre is a 240 seat theatre where excerpts from the Indian literary epics such as Ramayana, Mahabharata are performed by artists wearing rich costumes and jewellery accompanied by music and special effects. It also houses ‘My Big Fat Indian Wedding’, a choreographed mock marriage musical where audience can dress as bridal couples or be a guest and carry away filmed memories. There is also the Bollywood themed IIFA Buzz Café that has props, posters, music and special effects tooffer the complete the Bollywood experience.

If you’re a fan of Bollywood or the Indian culture then Kingdom of Dreams offers the most exhilarating journey to you, one which you shouldn’t miss!

Best time to visit

Kingdom of Dreams can be visited throughout the year. Although planning needs to be done to watch plays in Nautanki Mahal as their timings keep changing.

Also try and avoid visiting in the monsoon months of July to September as the roads tend to remain waterlogged and thus marring the traffic situation of the city.


The construction cost of the Kingdom of Dreams was a whopping 200 Crore.

The Commonwealth Games 2010 anthem was launched here by A.R. Rahman himself.


The timings depend on the place you are visiting in the Kingdom of Dreams. The Nautanki Mahal has shows at a fixed time which can be found online. The Culture Gully can be visited from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm and from 6:00 pm to 12:00 am on weekdays. On weekends the timings are 1:00 pm to 12:00 am. The Culture Gully is closed on Mondays.

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