British Columbia premier Christy Clark visits Kingdom of Dreams

Gurgaon:To celebrate the success of the Indian diaspora, the Premier of British Columbia Christy Clark visited Kingdom of Dreams, India’s biggest live entertainment destination to extend the invite to host the Indian cinema extravaganza – the IIFA 2013 awards.

Also present were other  prominent Canadian dignitaries Deputy Minister Dana Hayden, Assistant Deputy Minister Shom Sen, India and SE Asia Director, Michael Nicholas, India Manager, Amardeep Gill, Premier Assistant – Gabe, Chief of Protocol – Marc Andre.

Christy Clark, Premier of British Columbia, Canada said, “Our first visit to the marvelous Kingdom of dreams has been mesmerizing, we are amazed to see the grandeur of the destination. India is known for its rich culture and seamless heritage and Kingdom of Dreams truly represents the magnificence of India. I congratulate the promoters and wish them good luck for their future endeavours. I feel great to get this opportunity to visit and see how this unique spectacle is crafted and created”.

The delegates enjoyed the evening while savoring Indian delicacies from the different state pavilions offering authentic cuisines from across the country. Kingdom of Dreams provided a complete Indian experience for British Columbians in India making it a memorable visit.

Kingdom of Dreams is a unique initiative by Great India Nautanki Company, a joint venture between Wizcraft International Entertainment, India’s foremost Entertainment and Communication Company and Apra Group of Companies. This ambitious concept will offer theme-based entertainment experiences of exceptional standards and promote Indian culture to Indians and visitors from across the globe.

Spread across of acres of land, Kingdom of Dreams has three distinct entertainment zones – Culture Gully, Nautanki Mahal, and Showshaa Theatre- each offering a unique proposition.

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