Dubai's Bollywood Parks set to open in October 2016

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Dubais Bollywood Parks set to open in October 2016

Bollywood Parks Dubai is taking shape in Dubai and is set to open doors in October 2016.

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Published: Mon 23 May 2016, 1:14 PM

Last updated: Mon 23 May 2016, 9:37 PM

Dubai is a first of its kind theme park showing the authentic Bollywood experience. Bollywood, the Hindi language film industry based in Mumbai, India is one of the largest centers of film production in the world.
Visitors will experience a vibrant celebration of Mumbai's famous film industry at this unique attraction with live performances, themed restaurants and cinematic rides. Bollywood Parks Dubai will recreate the Bollywood experience through themed attractions and rides spread across five zones: Bollywood Boulevard, Mumbai Chowk, Rustic Ravine, Royal Plaza and Bollywood Film Studios featuring Hall of Heroes.
Watch: What's in store at the Bollywood Themed Park in Dubai?

The park is part of the Dh10.5 billion Dubai Parks and Resorts, which is set to open in October this year. The entire development is spread across 25 million sqft of land located on Sheikh Zayed Road and expected to host 6.7 million ticketed visits in 2017.
Bollywood Parks Dubai is also home to the stunning 850-seater Rajmahal Theatre that will play host to a separately ticketed Broadway-style, Bollywood-themed musicals several times a week.
The park has 16 rides and attractions and all of these attractions are based on blockbuster movies such as Sholay, Mughal-e-Azam, Krrish, Shah Rukh Khan's Don and Amir Khan's Lagaan, among others.
In addition, there will be Broadway-style live shows with fine dinging (at a separate price) in Rajmahal Theatre.
There will be a Hall of Heroes at the Bollywood Parks Dubai says general manager Thomas Jellum. - Video by Angel Tesorero/ Khaleej Times
Dubai Parks and Resorts is set to be the region's largest integrated theme park destination. It will comprise of three theme parks - motiongate Dubai, a movie inspired theme park showcasing some of Hollywood's most beloved characters from DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Studios and Lionsgate; Bollywood Parks Dubai; Legoland Dubai, a unique, interactive theme park for families which will bring the well-known Lego brick to life in a playful learning environment; and Legoland Water Park, the region's first water park catering to families with children aged two to 12.

The entire destination will be connected by Riverland Dubai - a retail, dining and entertainment walkway located at the heart of the destination and guests can stay at the Lapita Hotel, a Polynesian-themed resort catering to families, which will be managed by the Marriott Group.

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