Private Tour: Kingdom of Dreams Including Zangoora or Jhumroo Bollywood Show with Round-Trip Transfers from Delhi - Reviews

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julian

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
October 2017

A must if you want to see traditional/modern dances in India. Mesmerizing show, and the same goes for the venue as well.

medhatsherif70

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2017

We are a family of 17 persons 8 -72 years old and we 100 enjoyed it very much.

medhatsherif70

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2017

We are a family of 17 persons 8 -72 years old and we 100 enjoyed it very much.

medhatsherif70

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2017

the family including different ages enjoyed it very much

Joe N.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
September 2015

This was great! Though the main draw is Zangoora (which I hear is fantastic), I saw Jhumroo, the lighthearted story of a goofy regular guy who aims to be a professional singer to win the girl, instead. The onstage tech was incredible. Because the panels for the backdrops were placed at varying distances from the audience, they created a feeling of depth; and because they were also digital displays, it allowed the production team to feature animated backgrounds and/or simulate motion (the hang glider number was definitely a highlight). The cast know how to have fun and involve the audience at various times during the performance (we are actually part of the cast!). The songs are infectiously catchy, the humor slapstick and sometimes over the top (in a good way!), and the story easy to understand, even if you don't understand Hindi (you will be provided with foreign language audio headsets). Culture Gully is a dining and shopping area adjacent to the theater that provides specialties from various regions of India.

Frank W United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
September 2015

Words can’t express how impressive the show was. Every part of it was funny, exciting, flashy and HIGH TECH!! The majority of show is in Indian language, but you get an English translating device which helps you understand what the actors/actresses are talking about during the show. But I thought I didn’t even needed it, because I was able to understand the show by just watching their gestures, storyline and English they spoke here and there. This place is like a theme park with rides, gift shops, cuisines from all over India and some fun attractions! I’d totally come back to see a difference show!

Sankung S

4 star rating: Recommended
August 2015

We were WOWED by this show! It was a very nice event and the dinner was magnificent. Everything about this show was just spectacular. Definitely worth seeing.

Lucine G USA

4 star rating: Recommended
February 2015

Driver was very courteous and on time and only drawback is food was not as requested kebab chicken

Scott B

3 star rating: Worth doing
September 2017

This tour has too many variables. We did the afternoon show of Beyond Bollywood. First problem is the traffic. 45-60 minutes to get there and 90 minutes back in the worst traffic ever. And that's with no accidents. There is one point in your drive that there are 15 lanes on each side. Bumper to bumper traffic with hundreds of motorcycles winding thru. It's a wow factor. When you arrive you have 40 minutes before the show. You have to get tickets and your meal card and go thru security. You go into the food arena to choose what you want to eat. We ordered Chinese. It was fairly quick service but you'll have about 10-15 minutes to choke it down. Our meals were piping hot so we only ate half the meal and they were starting the show. A waste of 16.50 per person. The show is in a large theatre. We had only a handful of people. It felt like a rehearsal. You could get translators for your tour, but they said the show was new and they would just give you the idea of the show. So no translator. The show has its' moments. The dancing parts are fun to watch. The singing is lip sync. The costumes are great and the stage and background are wonderfully done with technology. The downside is the rest of the play are all talking parts in Hindu, I believe. Our guide said we would get out at 4:30 and to be at the car by 5:00. We were hoping for dessert but the play finished at 5:15, so no dessert. Just a long traffic ride home. The dancing parts were great, but too many other variables mess it up.

Wijeyasingam S Sri Lanka

3 star rating: Worth doing
March 2017

There was a change in the program. We enjoyed the alternate show but we felt the tour cost is too much.

Thomas W

3 star rating: Worth doing
January 2017

A rather surreal trip to a side of India you may not see. This is how the better-off in the country entertain themselves.

abeer f

3 star rating: Worth doing
January 2015

avarage..no guide there to show me the place..overpriced

bareberger

1 star rating: I do not recommend this
November 2016

Just an OK performance. Dancing when it was on was energetic but the storyline was a tired one. Zangoora was only available on the day. We wanted a more Bollywood experience and possibly the Jhumroo show would have been better. The whole experience was destroyed by taking 3 hours in a car to get there from Delhi. The show had actually started by the time we sat down. Didn't have time to have dinner before the show and afterwards not wanting to waste time had to leave as soon as possible. Left our hotel at 4.30 pm and arrived back after midnight. Not a good experience for just a 2 hour show which included an interval and would not recommend if travelling from Delhi - If you want to see it - best if you are staying at a nearby hotel.

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We've received the following response from the operator of your tour:

Good day! Please note that all the services were provided as per the tour details. The guest had staying at a hotel that was very far from the venue and we had informed beforehand that it can take upto two hours to commute one-way. But due to festival season and unprecedented traffic that particular day, they reached only just in time for the show. But since they were in the vehicle for so long, they went to the restrooms first, and by that time the show had started. Show scheduling is as per the organisers discretion and not under our preview. Both shows are Bollywood themed with different storylines.

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