It’s billed as “an immersive experience showcasing a series of films from Bollywood cult-classics through to Box Office hits, traditional street food, live music, dancers and more”,
Taking place from May 22 to May 25 at the Bargehouse along the South Bank, Bollywood Fever aims to capture the essence of Bollywood “to provide the public with a full immersive experience into the worldwide phenomenon”.
Ticket holders will be treated to a selection of over twenty films over the course of four days, including cult classics like Sholay, Mughal-e-Azam as well as modern day hits like The Lunchbox. In addition, Bollywood Fever will play host to street food- desi style, live music and dancers, mendhi and henna artists. Attendees will also gain an insight into the history of Bollywood as the public makes their way through the venue.
To find out more and to purchase tickets (now on sale from £22 for adult and £12 for children) visit: http://bollywoodfever.co.uk/