India’s first cartoon network theme park “Amaazia” will come up in which city?

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Harsh kumar srivastava asked 12-Nov-2017 in Current affair by Harsh kumar srivastava

India’s first cartoon network theme park “Amaazia” will come up in which city?

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Anonymous User answered 13-Nov-2017 by Anonymous User
Broadcaster Turner International India and Gujarat-based Rajgreen Group have entered into a brand partnership to set up India’s first Cartoon Network branded amusement park “Amaazia” in Surat, Gujarat
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Anonymous User answered 30-Sep-2020 by Anonymous User

India’s first cartoon network theme park “Amaazia” will come up in which city?



November 10, 2017 : Media firm Turner International India has gone into a brand organization with Gujarat-based Rajgreen Group to dispatch a Cartoon Network-marked event congregation 'Amaazia' in Surat. "We are giving a brand relationship to the brand (Cartoon Network) yet additionally the characters. We have authorized our image and the Amaazia brand will have the Cartoon Network logo beneath that," Turner International South Asia overseeing chief Siddharth Jain told PTI. "We are taking a gander at a million footfalls coming into the recreation center in the main year," he said.

The task is possessed and subsidized by the Rajgreen Group, whose executive Sanjay Movaliya stated, "The complete venture for the amusement park will be Rs 450 crore and we intend to make back the initial investment in six to seven years."
The Amaazia event congregation has been conceptualized and planned by the Sanderson Group, Australia.
The incorporated amusement park spread across 61,000 sq m will have 33 rides and is planned to open in the main quarter of 2019. It will have some assigned zones highlighting topics with Cartoon Network characters, including Ben 10, The Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo and Adventure Time.

The amusement park will have an extra 10 to 12 rides following three years, Movaliya said. As per Turner India South Asia ranking executive – Cartoon Network Enterprises, Anand Singh, the income from the amusement park business in India a year ago was Rs 3,000 crore, developing at a solid twofold digit.