The curtains fall at this cultural center on the non-payment of dues

Gurugram: One of the central tourist attractions, Kingdom of Dreams, Gurugram has been sealed, due to non-payment of pending dues of around Rs 100 crore, by The Haryana Shehri Vikas Pradhikaran (HSPV), officials say. This center had already received several notices of non-payment of dues. Since 2014, it had been reeling from currency issues and was hit again during the pandemic.Also Read – Gurugram administration given 5-day ultimatum by Hindu Outfit to identify illegal immigrants

“India’s first live entertainment, theater and recreation center has been set up on 6 acres of HSVP land. According to the lease, the center was owned by the Great Indian Nautanki Company and had to pay around Rs 34 lakh in rent every month. The company hadn’t paid it for a long time and after repeated notices, HSVP continued to seal it on Friday,” said Sanjeev Singla, Realtor-2, HSVP. Also Read – Gurugram: Six-lane Sohna Elevated Highway between Rajiv Chowk and Badshahpur opens to traffic

A colorful tourist spot has always left spectators amazed by the grandeur of its shows. It spans 6 acres of land and boasts of sumptuous cuisine from around 16 Indian states and has a rich cultural space called Culture Gully inside its premises. The Kingdom of Dreams organized multiple musical performances, air shows, theatrical shows, carnivals and much more. Often, famous celebrities such as Hussain Kuwajerwala, Gauhar Khan and Kashmira Irani have also participated in the performances of the art and culture center. Also Read – Haryana Government Approves State Electric Vehicle Policy and Announces SOPs to Manufacturers. Full list here

James C. Tibbs