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Bollywood Parks Dubai Searching for Performers

By ETN Staff | ETN News

November 16, 2015

Image: Courtesy of Dubai Parks and Resorts

[Dubai, United Arab Emirates] – If you spend your free time singing DDLJ songs into your hairbrush, we may have found the perfect job for you in Dubai.

Bollywood Parks Dubai, the upcoming theme park by Dubai Parks and Resorts is searching for over 200 performers and will be auditioning candidates in the UAE, as well as in India.

The park, which opens in October 2016 near Jebel Ali, is working with Wizcraft — organisers of the annual IIFA Bollywood awards show — to find dancers, singers, actors and acrobats for its live entertainment and a Bollywood musical show.

Don’t worry if Bollywood dance moves aren’t your strong point: Dubai Parks and Resorts say they are also looking for talent needed in the other parks at the resort.

“At Bollywood Parks Dubai we want to showcase the very best of India through music, dance and culture. We are extremely excited to launch this campaign, which will give the selected performers the opportunity to be part of one of the most exciting destinations in the region,” says Thomas Jellum, general manager of Bollywood Parks Dubai,

What’s inside Bollywood Parks Dubai?

The 850-seat Rajmahal Theatre is where a Broadway-style Bollywood musical will be performed. It will be separately ticketed and play several shows per week.

Dance sequences inspired by nine Bollywood films: Rock On!!, Don, Lagaan, Sholay, Dabaang, Mughal-e-Azam, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, RA.One and Krrish.

Up to 30 live shows across five stages.

Six themed restaurants (including Rock On!! Restaurant) and eight retail outlets.

Other parks in the resort complex include motiongate Dubai (Hollywood movie-inspired); LEGOLAND Dubai and LEGOLAND Water Park; Lapita Hotel, a Polynesian-themed hotel managed by Marriott; and Riverland Dubai, with retail, dining and entertainment space connecting the three theme parks.

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