HT No TV Day: ditch your TV, try some wholesome entertainment
This No TV Day (May 31), ditch watching TV shows, avoid sitting in cinema halls and do something that engages and makes for a fun day out. And, what can be better than having access to wholesome entertainment right in the heart of Mumbai.lifestyle Updated: May 31, 2014 14:24 IST
This No TV Day (May 31), ditch watching TV shows, avoid sitting in cinema halls and do something that engages and makes for a fun day out.
And, what can be better than having access to wholesome entertainment right in the heart of Mumbai. Smaaash, the 70,000 sq ft air-conditioned arena for games, challenges and feasting options is the ultimate active entertainment destination.
What sets Smaaash apart is the fact that it has incorporated great options for people of all age groups.
From kids to adults, there are umpteen activities for everybody to indulge in. Toddlers can spend their day in the Soft Play Area with a specially created Hoopla Jungle that allows children to experience almost life-size replicas of domestic and wild animals, which move around and make sounds.
Read:No TV Day: how to make afternoons worthwhile without TV
The thrilling 9D theatre promises to overwhelm your senses, regardless of how old you are. Adrenaline junkies can challenge themselves to rounds of high intensity paintball shootouts, or put their competitive spirit to test by racingthe likes of Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel in the X2 motor racing.
Smaaash, backed by Sachin Tendulkar as one of the partners, exudes the spirit of cricket in ways more than one.
While youngsters can spend hours playing Smaaash Cricket with the hawk-eye technology that lets them actually pad up to face the real-time pace of Lasith Malinga, Brett Lee, Dale Stein and the likes,the Bazinga Sports Café flaunts signature memorabilia and rare photographs from the world of cricket.
With complete professional gear, from helmets to protective pads in place, the batting cages can be adjusted to various levels — Beginner, Amateur, County and International.
In less than two years, Smaaash has made a mark on the city’s entertainment map. Open from 11 am to 1 am, some of the popular attractions with the visitors here are the arcade video games and the neon-lit bowling area.
Combining the best of sports, music and dining into a one-of-a-kind entertaining experience for all, Smaaash also brings you a special No TV Day power package of Rs 1,499 (originally worth Rs 2,500), that includes a host of fun activities.
As part of the offer on May 31, you can also make the most ofthe happy hours (usually for a few hours in a day during weekdays) throughout the day. Happy hourswill include a range of offers on the drinks menu.