Taal Tarang - Gujarat Ek Utsav

Starting off the soiree on a spiritual note, ‘Shivratri No Melo’ reverberates with soulful melodies, paying homage to Lord Shiva and capturing the frenzy of the festival. Next, ‘Navratri’ is all about the electrifying atmosphere of celebration, with foot-tapping tunes mirroring the energy and devotion of the nine nights dedicated to Durga. ‘Lagnotsav’ serenades the audience with melodies of love and union, highlighting the joyous rituals of Gujarati weddings. ‘Dholiwood’ transports the audience into the eclectic world of Gujarati film music, tracing the vibrant industry’s journey through iconic soundtracks over the years.

As the time lapses within this vibrant microcosm, the seasons shift on stage as well. ‘Four Seasons Songs' paints a musical portrait of Gujarat's natural beauty, from the blossoming colours of spring to the tranquil embrace of winter. ‘Jeevan Ek Utsav’ celebrates the journey of life in its entirety, from the innocent laughter of childhood to the wisdom of old age.
 Among the artists, Parthiv Gohil is a household name in Gujarati music, with over 2,500 blockbuster performances in his repertoire. The folk sensation has also lent his voice to many popular songs in movies like ‘Saawariya’, ‘Devdas’, ‘Saheb Biwi aur Gangster’ and others. Having given Gangubai Kathiawadi its iconic song ‘Dholida’, Jahnvi Shrimankar’s ethereal performance forms an integral part of stories you’ll witness unfolding on stage. Adding their powerful vocals and feisty stage presence to the mix, the Nandy Sisters will remind you why their collaboration with singer-activist Sushant Divgikar was a runaway hit on the Internet. The duo from West Bengal has broken language barriers and dazzled the Indian music industry with their talent.

As the curtains fall on an adrenaline-filled two hours, hear the energizing notes of ‘Hu Tu Tu Tu’ fill the air, uniting performers and audiences in a culminating crescendo of jubilation. ‘Taal Tarang’ brings forth an energy that is both lifelike and larger-than-life – the experience amplified in the majestic embrace of The Grand Theatre. It is not just a celebration of Gujarati culture, but an ode to the unifying power of music.  


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What is the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre?

The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) is a first-of-its-kind, multi-disciplinary cultural space in the sphere of arts. Envisioned by Nita M Ambani, it aims to preserve and promote India’s rich art, culture and heritage through varied art forms.


Where is the Cultural Centre located?

The Cultural Centre is part of the Jio World Centre, Mumbai’s new landmark business and cultural destination located in the central precinct of Bandra Kurla Complex.


Is the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre accessible? 

The centre is equipped with accessible seating in all its theatres and offers assistive listening devices. 


Where can I know more about the programming after the opening shows?

Please keep checking nmacc.com for updates on upcoming shows. 


Is parking available at the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre? 

The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre has a dedicated basement parking facility for cars and two-wheelers. 


Do I need to carry a physical copy of my ticket at the time of entry?

Physical copies are not required. Just have the QR code in your e-ticket scanned at the time of entry.


Will I get a refund if I’m unable to make it?

Tickets once booked are non-refundable. However, we encourage you to share your ticket with someone who can attend the show instead.


How can I reach the Cultural Centre?

The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre is conveniently located at Bandra Kurla Complex and easily accessible by multiple modes of transportation.


How early should I reach the venue? 

We recommend reaching at least 20 minutes before the show starts. 


What if I’m late for the show? 

In case you arrive late, you may have to wait outside the theatre until an appropriate time.


Can I bring my own food inside the Cultural Centre?

Food and beverages are not allowed inside the venue. If required, you may bring a small bottle of water.

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  • Start Date: June 08, 2024 19:30:00
  • End Date: June 08, 2024 23:00:00
  • Type: Promotional
  • Location: Mumbai
  • Category: Events
  • Address: GRAND THEATRE NITA MUKESH AMBANI CULTURAL CENTRE Jio World Centre, G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051, India

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