Friday, 29 October 2010

Zangoora stars at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week

Gurgaon, 29th October 2010:

Lead stars of Zangoora - The Gypsy Prince, Hussain Kuwajerwala and Gauahar Khan, sashayed down the ramp as show-stoppers at Meera and Muzaffar Ali show at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week. Once on the runway, the two stars seemed to be enjoying every moment of it.
"I have hardly ever walked on ramp, but after doing Zangoora for a month now, I have overcome stage fright", said Hussain.
Gauahar Khan said, "You know what they say, once a model always a model".

Here are some of the pictures of our very own Zangoora's stint on the ramp.


Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Stephen A. Wynn's visit to Kingdom of Dreams

Gurgaon, 20th October 2010:
Stephen A. Wynn, the biggest name the entertainment industry has ever known visited Kingdom of Dreams on 20th October 2010.

Stephen A. Wynn who is widely credited with the transformation of Las Vegas into a world renowned Entertainment Resort and Convention destination, along with the renowned building magnate Mr. K.P Singh, Chairman of the Board of DLF Limited visited Culture Gully and later watched Zangoora, India’s first live Bollywood Musical at the Nautanki Mahal.

On the occasion Stephen commented “Kingdom of Dreams is superb! It is a dream experience. The cost of coming here and having fun is just complete value for money. The energy, enthusiasm and gusto in Zangoora are so powerful. The live musical is great value for entertainment for the audience.”

Thursday, 14 October 2010

Kingdom of Dreams featured on Wall Street Journal

Gurgaon, 14th October 2010:

Kingdom of Dreams, a cultural entertainment park on the outskirts of Delhi that attempts to blend Vegas and Bollywood, is luring loads of visitors to its glitzy gates, one of its creators says, but creating a dreamland for them isn’t cheap.
Fortunately Viraf Sarkari, the park’s director, says price has been no object when it came to creating India’s next “cultural landmark.”
“It’s a potpourri of 5,000 years of Indian culture,” said Mr. Sarkari, sitting atop a velvet-padded gold throne in the theme park’s lobby.
Originally meant to cost $10 million, Mr. Sarkari said he ended up spending $40 million on the Kingdom. And that’s just the beginning.
“By the time we finish this we will end up spending about $70 to $75 million,” Mr. Sarkari said.