New Delhi, Dec 16 (IANS) There's good news for all those who missed out watching on Indian musical 'Zangoora: The Gypsy Prince', staged at Gurgaon-based Kingdom of Dreams. After marking a successful run of 100 shows, it has now been extended to the next year.
'We are glad that the audiences came in with excitement and enjoyed the show each evening. The growing popularity has encouraged us to keep the show running as we extend its tenure,' Viraf Sarkari, director of Wizcraft International Entertainment, said in a press statement.
'Zangoora: The Gypsy Prince', starring Hussain Kuwajerwala, Gauhar Khan and Kashmira Irani in the leads, started at the live entertainment destination three months ago. It is a tale of a boy who grows up to be a gypsy dancer, unaware of his real identity of a prince.
The show, which is now expected to go on till the first quarter of next year at least, has a heavy dose of Bollywood songs and dances woven around a melodramatic storyline. International technology has been used to make the experience of watching the show world class for Indian viewers.
It is a production of the Great Indian Nautanki Company, co-owned by Wizcraft and APRA Group. The show's popularity is such that it might soon be also staged in Las Vegas. But talks for the development are currently under process.