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Wizcraft’s 4th broadway styled bollywood musical stage show comes to kingdom of dream

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MUMBAI: After a glorious run in Mumbai with over 100 shows, Balle Balle - The Biggest and Craziest Indian Wedding Musical theatrical show, is all set to woo audiences in Delhi NCR.  Balle Balle would be staged at the Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon starting 11th August, 2018.

The International Broadway styled Bollywood Theatrical -Balle Balle shall continue to spread its magic and entertain the audiences giving an experience like never before. Taking theatre a notch higher, this high production show combines the best of western theatre with engaging content curated around a Big Fat Indian (Punjabi) Wedding! 

The brand new Balle Balle is a hilarious heartfelt delight about the chaos of love & arranged marriages. It’s modern Bollywood’s biggest original block buster & a glorious addition to the world of family friendly musicals.

Bursting with color, invention & spectacle this show flips between comic zip & dramatic grit as it immerses the audience immediately into the day’s long affair that is the decadent, colorful process of Indian Weddings.

This two-hour Hindi spectacle features talented actors & performers from across the country, singing iconic Bollywood songs as they simultaneously entertain the audiences with their phenomenal performances, dazzling costumes, breathtaking visuals and sizzling choreography. 

The musical definitely swayed the hearts of Mumbai. It not only received accolades from Bollywood celebrities but the critics complimented it for its minute detailing.

The show has been directed by Mr Viraf Sarkari and produced by Andre Timmins, Sabbas Joseph and Viraf Sarkari. 

Sharing about the overall concept, Mr Viraf Sarkari, Director and Co-founder of Wizcraft International Entertainment shares “ Balle Balle was launched in Mumbai on 10th November 2018 and has had a successful run of over a 100 shows. Moving to Kingdom of Dreams, Gurugram, was a strategic decision as Balle Balle is designed to be a touring show. We want audiences across India and across the world to experience the magic of Balle Balle. KOD is the ideal venue for a large format musical and this part of India is known to celebrate the grandest weddings full of song, dance and dhamaka. 

Balle Balle is a grand spectacle of our culture. It is a total family entertainer filled with music, emotions, laughter and drama, the essential ingredients of an Indian wedding. 

We have big plans to take Balle Balle out to the world and give audiences an experience of a BIG FAT INDIAN WEDDING”.

Kingdom of Dreams & Wizcraft previously featured Super hit theatrical shows which include -  Zangoora – The Gypsy Price which surpassed over 2500 shows & running nonstop for 8 years & Jhumroo, Celebrating the Spirit of Kishore Kumar which surpassed 1500 shows & running nonstop for 6 years.

Now with Balle Balle, Kingdom of Dreams & Wizcraft endeavors to keep the celebration going and rekindling the true joyous moments of a crazy Punjabi Wedding.

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