Showtime Showcases Resurgent Rajasthan With 3D Mapping And Aerial Performances
by Rakhi Jerly Entertainment | November 27, 2015 | Photo Feature
On Nov 19, 2015, Jaipur witnessed a mega event that interwove technology and the essence of Rajasthani culture to showcase the state’s admirable progress in future readiness. The resurgent Rajasthan Cultural Night produced by Showtime Events left spectators spellbound with 3D projections, acrobats hanging from cranes and 100+ live performers.
Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha’s striking facade served as a canvas for Showtime’s 20-projector 3D Mapping show that portrayed Rajasthan’s glorious culture and its resurgence to become a global investment hub. Next came giant cranes suspending 100 acrobats in mid-air to create a breathtaking aerial experience and a 53 feet high 3D projection of the ‘Make In India’ lion. 140 performers from across Rajasthan performed on a 6-level stage. The evening also saw a captivating rendition of the Rajasthan anthem by 150 children. Gaurav Raina of Midival Punditz created the music track that knit the whole event together. The dance performances were put together by renowned choreographer and director, Bansi Kaul and his team.
Speaking about the show, Reeva Johal – VP, Special Projects, Showtime Group, said, “From on-ground folk artistes to acrobats in the air, this show was not just another cultural night. This was actually a showcase of the celebration of a resurgent and future-ready Rajasthan.”
Chief guest of the evening was the Honorable Chief Minister of Rajasthan, who was joined by 4000 corporate heads and Government bureaucrats to witness the spectacular show.
The mega show held on Nov 19, transformed the striking facade of Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha into a canvas for giant 3D mapping projections.