`Jhumroo` completes 700 live shows successfully!
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: The Bollywood musical `Jhumroo` at Kingdom of Dreams has successfully completed 700 live shows. The entire entourage enthralled the audiences by dancing to popular tunes of music legend Kishore Kumar.
Jhumroo tells the journey of a simpleton Bhola and his tryst with friendship, love and life. We all can identify with the realistic portrayal on stage by the actors. Hundreds of dancers twirl weaving magic with their grace and actors perform mind-blowing aerial stunts, all accompanied by the melodious music of the legend, Kishore Kumar.
Mr. Viraf Sarkari, Director Kingdom of Dreams said, “We are proud and jubilant to see this spectacular success of Jhumroo. The music of Kishore da is classic and evergreen and with Jhumroo we celebrate his spirit. People have loved the show and responded by making the musical popular and successful. It has been a wonderful journey so far with Jhumroo and we look forward to celebrating its success with many more milestones”.
Gaurav Gera, the lead star of Jhumroo expressed his happiness and said, “Playing the role of Bhola in Jhumroo has been very memorable. Jhumroo has won over audiences from all over the world and I am overwhelmed by the love showered by the audiences during the shows. I am confident that the musical will continue to entertain and we will achieve more such history making events”.
Performed daily at the splendid Nautanki Mahal at India’s only live entertainment destination Kingdom of Dreams, Jhumroo, jhoomo nacho gao, is a truly incredible Indian experience.
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