Ultimate Guide to Bollywood Parks
Sing and dance your way through Bollywood Parks in Dubai

The magic of India’s prolific film industry can be experienced in Dubai at the world’s first Bollywood-inspired theme park. Bollywood Parks Dubai recreates the charm of old-school Mumbai and brings to life some of the industry’s top blockbusters. Located in Dubai Parks and Resorts, get ready for a whole lot of thrills, exciting family entertainment and plenty of surprises along the way.

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The Action

The Action

Don, Sholay, Krrish, Lagaan, Dabangg – these are just some of the big-name Bollywood blockbusters featured in the park’s immersive rides and attractions.

Battle the baddies alongside Sholay heroes Jai and Veeru as you hunt for Gabbar Singh, a 3D laser-gun ride. Chase Shah Rukh Khan’s mafia boss Don on the streets of Dubai in a thrilling immersive tunnel, or take part in a one-of-a-kind cricket match in Lagaan’s Thrill of Victory.

For a taste of real-world cinema, learn the tricks of the trade in Cinemagic, where you’ll go behind the scenes and create your own version of a trailer for the Farhan Akhtar-starrer Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. And last but not least, take in the thrilling stunt-show from Salman Khan’s Dabangg.

The Set

The Set

Bollywood Parks spreads its celebrations across five aptly named zones: Bollywood Boulevard, Mumbai Chowk, Rustic Ravine, Royal Plaza and Bollywood Film Studios, which features the Hall of Heroes.

Experience bold action, colourful story-telling and captivating dance sequences inspired by popular films, such as Mughal-e-Azam, RA.One and Krrish. It is also home to the stunning 856-seat Rajmahal Theatre that hosts private events and parties.

There’s something to do all day at Bollywood Parks, as up to 20 live shows take place across five stages: Rock On!!, Crossroads, Mumbai Express, Rangmanch and Stars on Steps.

The Performances

The Performances

It’s not Bollywood without a song and dance. Don’t be surprised to see artists break into choreographed numbers throughout the day. Enjoy the Jashan-e-Welcome showcasing India’s diverse cultural dance forms, including Chhau, Kathakali, Bhangra and Garba.

Desi Pardesi at the Crossroads showcases a fusion of western and Bollywood-themed music and cultural performances, while Dhinchak Bollywood (Antakshari) at Mumbai Express ensures audiences join in the much-loved Indian tradition of sing-song.

Beyond the realms of Bollywood, another popular film industry from South India is paid tribute to with ‘South Ka Tadka’ at Rangmanch, while ‘Kalbeliya Folk Dance’ at the Lotus Court celebrates the best of Rajasthani folk dance.

Bollywood Parks also hosts regular concerts with A-list singers and musicians. A.R. Rahman, Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy, and Atif Aslam are just a few superstars who have delighted audiences of late.

The Food

The Food

Taste traditional Indian street food from roasted peanuts to sugar-cane juice and lemonade, or enjoy mouth-watering Mughlai cuisine in a high-end setting at Mughal-e-Azam, an ode to the 1960 film of the same name.

At the Spicy Dhaba, you’ll find quick rustic bites, including tandoori bread and classic Punjabi fare, while Studio Canteen has a global take on comfort food on its menu, such as pastas, burgers and pizza.

For lovers of Indian street food – the Victoria Station Café pays homage to the famous Mumbai Chaat so you can savour a tantalising plate of pani puri from inside the life-size replica of a local train.

The Extras

The Extras

Make sure to stroll through the park and observe the attention to detail – from the infrastructure to the smallest signs, everything is perfectly recreated to set a Bollywood-inspired scene.

Pick up souvenirs from your favourite films and rides at the many stalls and retailers across the park. Get mesmerised by the tune of the flute artist or watch as a pop-up rustic Indian street circus thrills with a rope walk duo.

Finally, get ready to let your hair down and tap to the beats of ‘Parade’ at the Bollywood Boulevard, featuring different troupes coming together for a grand show that reflects the culture and colours of India.

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