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Abhimanyu The Fastest Feet at Kingdom of Dreams

Abhimanyu The Fastest Feet at Kingdom of Dreams

 

Abhimanyu The fastest feed at kingdome of Dreams , Gurgoan –  After the Grand success of Zangoora, The Gypsy Prince, Jhumroo, ‘Nautanki Mahal’ at The Kingdom of Dreams is  celebrating the spirit of Kishore Kumar and  brings to their audience ‘Abhimanyu  The Fastest Feet’.The previous shows had an outstanding showcase of the Indian culture which kept  the audience on their feet. The very comfortable Auditorium at Kingdom of Dreams with its amazing world class technology makes you forget the reality and takes you into a fantasy world. Their latest show Abhimanyu, The Fastest Feet comes with the same commitment of showcasing the Indian Culture with best Indian and western Dance performances.

Every show that Nautanki Mahal hosts has a world class performance and attention is paid to its every tiny detail which is worth appreciating. There are  12 songs in the show which have been sung by Shankar Mahadevan, Daler Mehndi, Udit Narayan, Javed Ali, Anvesha and Dinesh Mahavir. The names couldn’t have got bigger than these in any other show in India. The multi-talented Sandeep Mahavir who is a co- Producer of the show, Director and Lead comes from a very reputed music family. The show has been nicely directed and keeps the storyline  in brief and interesting which makes it quite appealing.

Glimpse about the show.

The first half of the show tells about the lead character who is a very talented Kathak dancer and runs Gurukul ( school for dance ) which takes in unfortunate kids. Abhimanyu is committed towards his father’s dream towards dance and taking care of the village. The story also has a love angle as well which is portrayed in a typical Bollywood style. Every effort put in by Abhimanyu does not seem to make a major difference to the draught stuck village. As a sign of hope comes owner of an International show in New york. She promises him name, fame and money to which he agrees and takes a journey for the village.

The second part showcases    the fusion of the Indian and the western dance format to illustrate a chapter from Ramayana. This very scene  seems to be the highlight of the show and promises to take you to a mythological journey for a while. The hype seems to get over. Abhimanyu and his struggle to keep him routed to his values and commitment. The journey takes another twist and to know that twist  you  must visit and see it live.

Few thing you Might to keep in mind

  • Tickets starts from 1100 ( $22) and goes upto Rs 4000 ( $ 80)*
  • If you are far sighted ( even minor Power ) , do carry your spectacles to enjoy the show
  • Do book in advance as they have limited shows
  • There are plenty of option to munch on

 

*prices may vary in international currency depending on the current exchange price

 

To book Tickets online – Kingdom of Dreams

 

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