Merlin Entertainment has knocked the door to enter into the huge Indian market with their first venture of its most recent offering – Madame Tussauds Museum Delhi.
Incredibly famous for more than 250 years for the making of point by point and exact wax figures, Madame Tussauds will pay reverence to numerous superstars from Hollywood to Bollywood at the new charm in Delhi, notwithstanding including symbols from sport, music, politics and notables that have not just formed the well known and verifiable panorama of India, yet the world all in all.
Propelling mid-2017 inside the heart of the capital in the extremely popular Regal Cinema at Connaught Place, Madame Tussauds Delhi will be the main fascination in urge visitors to mess around with the well known by offering a large group of encounters spread more than two intelligent storeys.
Permitting nearer access than any time in recent memory, visitors will be urged to communicate with the staggeringly realistic figures in exceptionally themed and immersive settings. Guests can have the chance to share the speech with Narendra Modi and test their rocking the bowling alley aptitudes and procedure with cricketing living legend Sachin. Take a selfie with Bollywood’s Super Stars Amitabh Bachhan & Shahrukh Khan.
Chief Officer (New Openings), John Jakobsen said, “We are enchanted to declare that our 22nd Madame Tussauds Museum will open in Delhi. As far back as we presented Amitabh Bachchan as the foremost Bollywood figure in Madame Tussauds London in 2000, we have perceived how Madame Tussauds offers to the Indian client and having a changeless fascination in the heart of the nation’s capital appeared well and good for the enlargement of the Madame Tussauds tale.”
“Keeping in mind the end goal to breathe life into the fascination, we worked with a large group of nearby specialists to guarantee a bona fide guest encounter – genuinely enlivening the shading and dynamic quality that embodies the pith of India. We have doubtlessly local people and guests alike will savor in meeting their saints in a way that lone Madame Tussauds can offer.”