After enthralling the audience in Mumbai, Disney’s hit Broadway show ‘Aladdin’ is set to woo audiences in Delhi for once-in-a-lifetime theatrical experience. Aladdin, the classic fantasy production, has already enchanted audiences in the US, UK, Australia and Japan. Vodafone subscribers in Delhi NCR can add magic and win tickets to the show by simply sharing their stories of ‘being a real-life Genie’ to someone in their life. Top 30 most heart warming stories stand a chance to win couple tickets for the Special Preview show, at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on July 5.
The contest will be live from June 29th 2018 – 1st July 2018. Vodafone customers can send in their entries by commenting on the Aladdin Broadway post on the Facebook Vodafone Zoozoo page <https://www.facebook.com/zoozoo/>. The entries will be judged by third-party, and will be decided based on their originality.
Siddharth Banerjee, EVP – Marketing, Vodafone India, said, “Vodafone has always been associated with designing experiences for our customers, and drawn mass participation. Disney characters have been special to all of us and this iconic production promises to be an enchanting experience for everyone. We look forward to making the experience wholesome entertainment to our consumers and their families.”
The story of ‘Aladdin’ has been re-imagined and developed by Indian talent to make it locally relevant, without losing the original essence of the Broadway show. The fable in its Indian Broadway avatar has been a hit in Mumbai with witty, wise-cracking comments every now and then, keeping the kids thoroughly engaged.
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