Take a night off, spoil yourself, and Blame it on Bollywood. As the smash Bollywood hit show comes to South Africa, Montecasino is offering some super packages.
The highly anticipated production Blame it on Bollywood will be in Gauteng in October for seven performances only, starting October 6th at The Teatro at Montecasino, in Johannesburg.
If you thought there was madness surrounding a big fat Indian wedding, you haven’t seen these deals. Take that special someone for a stunning night out and away. Have dinner, watch the show, stay over and have breakfast. The latest hospitality packages will see two people stay at the Palazzo for R4085, Montecasino’s Southern Sun for R3510 or at Sunsquare for R2425.
For a seamless function entertaining groups of clients or guests of 20 or more treat them to a hospitality package. A theatre ticket and buffet dinner at the upmarket family restaurant Billy G will cost just R520. For a grand package – a theatre ticket and two-course meal or cocktail menu – pay just R620 per person. If you really want to make it special night out a top-price theatre ticket for a group of 20 or more, three-course or luxury cocktail menu and undercover parking will cost just R790 per person. If you want to go all out, the platinum package for groups of 60 or more is definitely the deal for you – a top-price theatre ticket, canapés in a private venue and under cover parking all for R1000 per person.
The advent of glitzy and glamorous Bollywood films has turned India’s wedding scene into a rip-roaring trade, which is the theme for well-known theatre, film and advert personalities Bharat Dabholkar (writer and director) and Ashvin Gidwani’s (producer) production of Blame it on Bollywood -a story about the Elaborate Indian Wedding.
A talented and star-studded Indian cast brings this humorous story about love, marriage and family to life. The leading man, Anant Mahadevan (acclaimed film and theatre actor) and actress Jayati Bhatia (famous television personality and theatre performer), as parents of bride-to-be Anchal Sabharwal, deliver energetic performances, while Neil Gagdani provides a good dose of comedy as the bride’s nerdy brother.
What makes a brilliant Bollywood spectacular is the song and dance, and in this instance two of India’s finest – choreographer Hormuzd Khambata and music director Louiz Banks (renowned jazz and fusion musician) end their expertise to the production.
Blame it on Bollywood will be staged at The Teatro at Montecasino from 6 October until 11 October at 8pm, with an matinee show on Saturday, 10 October, at 3pm, and on Sunday, 11 October, at 2pm and at 6pm.
To take advantage of one of the Show & Stay and Hospitality packages, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 011 367 4250.