Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre Inauguration Day filled with Celebs!

Savey Wangkit Lepcha
Savey Wangkit Lepcha

Friday marked the launch of Mumbai’s Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC). Civilization to Nation: The Journey of Our Nation, a show, made the evening extra memorable. The scourses states that “Civilization to Nation”, will combine an intense story of Indian culture told through the principles of the traditional Natya Shastra. As stated by an Indian dramatist and director Feroz Abbas Khan. Natya  Shastra is an old Sanskrit book on performing arts through music, dance, creativity, etc. Over 700 actors and actresses will be taking part in this theatrical performance, which includes puppets, music, and dance.

The Film Industry was at the inauguration of “NMACC”. Renowned Bollywood stars like Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Karan Johar, Rekha Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt, Vidya Balan, Shraddha Kapoor, Sidharth Malhotra, Kiara Advani, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Kareena Kapoor, and Saif Ali Khan, among others, were present in the inauguration party. The ceremonial opening also had Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, and Malti Marie. They had just arrived in Mumbai from Los Angeles on Friday. Among the attendees were Hollywood actresses and icons such as Zendaya, Tom Holland, and Penelope Cruz. Model Gigi Hadid as well as the artists Jeff Koons and Christian Louboutin were also at the gala.

About Nita Mukesh Ambani Culture Centre 

The company’s founder, Nita Mukesh Ambani, explains her goals. “The moment has come to signify a new starting for our constant devotion to art and culture. The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre is the realization of a long-held ambition that fills me with a great sense of pleasure.” The NMACC is a location that seeks to unite the neighborhood through the arts. It is a celebration of India’s illustrious past, customs, and history. “My daughter Isha and I have been fully devoted to this dream endeavor for the past few years, along with the rest of our crew. “

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Through costume, acting, and visual arts, the NMACC was created to present a sensory tour of India’s rich cultural past. It is inside the Jio World Centre. Which is part of Mumbai’s Bandra-Kurla Complex, also referred to as the “city of dreams.” The magnificent infrastructure includes a great theatre with a capacity for 2000 spectators. It has a 4-story art house with a studio theatre. A Pavilion with a flexible space of 52,627 square feet for art shows and displays.



Inside The  “N M A C C

Dhirubai Ambani Square

It features a fountain of joy designed in the shape of a lotus. That glorifies the cheerful essence of Mumbai and presents a wide range of exquisitely collaborated performances.

The Grand Theatre

The Grand Theatre is equipped with a world-class integrated Dolby Atmos surround sound system. It has a Virtual Acoustic System, and a remarkable adjustable lighting system. To make it even better and create a unique, diverse experience for the audience. There are more than 8,400 Swarovski crystals added. It has 18 diamond chambers and can hold 2000 individuals.

The Studio Theatre

The studio has a seating capacity of 250 people. The stage is flexible with has an integrated Dolby Atmos Surround Sound System. The LED- lighting system is to enhance the theatrical and dramatic effect. The assistive hearing devices are also accessible.

Art House

It is a four-story, 16000 square foot space devoted to the visual arts. Where both foreign and Indian artists’ work is on display.

In celebration of the grand NMACC’s opening, many cultural activities have already been scheduled for the general public. These occasions include:

Indian Fashion 

Designed by Hamish Bowles, this fashion show exhibits well-known costumes from all around the globe.

The Great Indian Musical: Civilization to Nation

Feroz Abbas Khan’s musical masterpiece will narrate India’s voyage using excellent Indian dance, theater, music, art, and more.


An art exhibition showcasing the works of modern artists who have been inspired by India.

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