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There is definitely something so bizarre about these. Must have been an interesting experience.
It was hilarious!!!!!!
I recognize Shakur Khan, Amitabh Bachand, Pope John Paul II (or Benedict the XVIth), Albert Einstein, Mahmohan Singh. Is there a Jackie Chan? Is this museum for real? Which state in India is this found?
It is indeed for real. And yes, that is Jackie Chan!!!!!!!!!!!! Its at the southern tip of India at a place called Baywatch!!!!!!
Did I miss out Anil Kapoor? (I reviewed it’s the current Pope Benedict XVIth. No wonder they included a Catholic figure if it’s in the south. Must be in Goa). I’m wondering why there are no women wax figures.
It was in Tamil Nadu. Aishwarya Rai had been removed due to being damaged!!! 😦
I see. I’ve friends from South of India, mostly Catholics. Not that it matters. I have Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist and Christian friends too. Aishwarya Rai’s wax was damaged. That’s sad. She’s an extremely beautiful woman. I hope the wax did her justice. I noticed the wax in the figures started to look like it’s melting.
is that Bubbles from little britain with a spray tan and fake moustache? (8th from bottom)
Funny stuff PINKY. I’ve only been to the wax museum in NYC as a tour guide so I got out of paying the ludicrously priced $35 ticket. I’m curious as to how many Rupees you had to pay for entry into Hindustan’s first wax museum.
In NYC I found the actual-sized sculptures tacky yet it was still interesting enough. This was before I started blogging so it never occured to me to do a blog post about it. It’s definitely a worthy blog topic, and in India, who knew.
Hi ED!! How are you? It was actually at a water park.. entrance fee for the whole thing including camera – rupees 220!!!!!!
Wow. As if I wasn’t already sleeping poorly at night, this is going to give me nightmares for week’s to come.
This is awesome! The wax version of Shahrukh Khan isn’t as cute as the movie version lol!
I know!!!!!! 🙂
Celebrity Wax Museum
Old Mumbai -Pune Highway
Varsoli Pune, Maharashtra 410 401
Phone: +91 2114277666, +91 2114323866
WOW! Wax figures have always seemed creepy to me, but these close-ups add that special…something.