An entertainment extravaganza for lovers of Bollywood cinema, Kingdom of Dreams offers an out-and-out sensory assault. You can take in one of three musicals at the Nautanka Mahal, supported by world-class techno-wiz…
This is an important Delhi cultural address, with art exhibitions, performances and concerts, mostly free. They also arrange regular Delhi walks.
Founded in 1954 as the tallest building in Delhi, the Delite was renovated in 2006 and it's no ordinary cinema, with a painted dome and Czech chandeliers. It’s a great place to see a masala picture (full-throttle Bo…
A great way to experience the Red Fort is the sound and light show, with a voiceover about its history by Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan. But take mosquito repellent!
The IIC is a key location for a sector of Delhi society, usually elderly intellectuals. Although the club is for members only, the public is welcome to the regular, quality, free exhibitions, talks and concerts.
With a regular turnaround of Bollywood hits, this Connaught Place cinema, open since 1932, is a popular place to catch the latest releases. As of 2017 it also includes the Delhi branch of Madame Tussauds.
Small arts organisation set up to promote textiles and arts and crafts, with regular free or inexpensive exhibitions, music and dance lectures and workshops.
This long-time basement favourite has reasonably priced beers (Kingfisher ₹170) and is plastered by pop-star posters on its brick walls.
Glossy chain cinema, screening the latest Bollywood releases as well as high-profile Hollywood imports. There are PVR branches on Baba Kharak Singh Marg and at Basant Lok Community Centre and Select Citywalk mall in…
A branch of PVR in Saket mall showing all the latest releases.