Bollywood Parks Dubai welcomed visitors a few days ago with firecrackers, music, dance and 4D presentations in view of hit Hindi movies.
Guests were welcomed by entertainers moving to pounding Bollywood music over the theme park with others on top of a Mumbai railway train replica while some out of Rajmahal theater, which will organize live musicals.
Student Ali Asgar, delighted in a cricket-themed simulator in a segment devoted to successful Hindi film Lagaan.
“It was as though I was the cricket ball and we were being hit all over, it was truly awesome and I will return with my friends,” stated the student.
Russel D’Souza, a hotel supervisor likewise delighted in the experience. She was surprised, it felt real, being beaten up by a bat.
Because it’s amusing, kids, young or old audience will surely enjoy.
The 4D theater encounter, Ra.One: Unleashed, from Indian on-screen character Shah Rukh Khan’s sci-fi movie, received a mixed reaction.
“I yearn for more action plus more beating of the felon ,” said Bollywood fan Ali, eleven years old.
Auditor, Kunal Bilakhia, told he enjoyed the sets yet Ra.One could have been more improved.
“The general set up is wonderful however now that you watch many modern and better effects in films, so it was somewhat disappointing.”
A mechanical glitch incidentally shutdown a laser gun ride Sholay – The Hunt for Gabbar, the recreation center’s answer to the classic film Sholay, where guests can fire at thieves headed by the dreaded dacoit Gabbar Singh.
A virtual reality ride, Krrish: Hero’s Flight including performing artist Hrithik Roshan as a superhero, fighting aliens assaulting Mumbai city will open later.
Bollywood Parks’ general manager, Thomas Jellum, guaranteed all rides will be operational in a couple of weeks. “We are hoping to put the lacking rides into operation in a couple of days, by National Day, we will have maybe a couple more rides,” he said.
Guests coming to the park when the theater and rides are not functioning can come back again for free.
“We have had a couple malfunctions, which is appalling,” according to Mr. Jellum. “That is the reason you will acquire a free ticket to visit again when everything is up and running. That way, guests will have the chance to return and experience all the park has to offer.”
The 157,935sqm Bollywood Parks is a section of the Dh10.5 billion Dubai Parks and Resorts complex.
The amusement park will have sixteen rides, 6 themed restaurants and a variety of thirty live shows that are encouraged by modern and classic films, including the Dabangg y motion pictures and the epic historical show Mughal-E-Azam.
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