Welcome to the ticketing website for
2 Shows Daily (Except Mondays)
7.30 PM: Hindi
8.45 PM: English (Tue-Fri) | Hindi (Sat-Sun)
You will be directed to BookMyShow website
India, especially Delhi, has faced several challenges from the time Red Fort was built in 1648. The bravery of patriotic Indians fighting attackers from Western Asia, and the British, is a glorious saga and Jai Hind, the all-new Sound & Light Show at Red Fort, Delhi, is a dramatic presentation of that. Jai Hind brings the history of India from the 17th century to present day to life using all forms of performance art - projection mapping, live-action films, light, immersive sound, actors, dancers, and puppets. It brings to life key episodes from India’s history including the tussle for power between Dara Shikoh and Aurangzeb, the plunder of Red Fort and Shajahanabad by Nader Shah, the rise of the Marathas and their control of Red Fort, the 1857 War of Independence, the rise of the Indian National Army and the INA trials, the fight for Independence and India’s continuing progress over the past 75 years.
Each Jai Hind show is of about 60 mins duration. The show is a walk-through experience divided into three parts. Guests stand in front of Naubat Khana to watch the short 6-7 min intro, then walk to Diwan-e-Aam for another 5-6 min act, and then on to Diwan-e-Khaas to their seats to watch the final part which is around 40 mins in length.
Guests can choose between three types of seats based on their preference. Regular seats cost Rs 500, premium seats are for Rs 1,500 (front row) & Rs 1,000.
Where do I have to reach to enter the Red Fort for Jai Hind, the all-new sound & light show?
Entry to Red Fort is from the security gate located right outside Lahori Gate.
Do I need to buy a separate entry ticket for Red Fort?
Yes, during regular Red Fort visiting hours (which is from sunrise to sunset), you will need to buy an entry ticket for Red Fort. After 6 pm however, your Jai Hind ticket will allow you entry into the Red Fort. Ticketholders to Premium (Rs 1,500) seats will need a wrist band ID to enter, which needs to be collected from the Jai Hind counter next to the security gates. Jai Hind crew members are stationed at the entry gate to assist you.
By when should I reach the Red Fort for a hassle-free entry?
Reach at least 30 minutes before the start of the show for a hassle-free experience. Guards may deny entry 15 minutes after start of the show.
What’s the location of Jai Hind show inside the Red Fort?
Jai Hind is a three-part show beginning at Naubat Khana, then Diwan-e-Aam, and the final part at Diwan-e-Khaas. Look for direction signages and ushers for guidance to the starting point.
Is seating available for all three parts of the show?
Seating is only available for the final and main part of the show at Diwan-e-Khaas, which lasts for about 40 mins. Your seat numbers are mentioned on your tickets. The first two parts of the show are designed like a walk-through experience.
Is parking available near the entry/security gate?
Authorized car parking is roughly 750 m from the entry/security gate. E-rickshaws are however available to bring you to the entry/security gate for a small fee.
Are wheelchairs available at the venue?
Wheelchairs are available at the Jai Hind counter located at Red Fort Lahori Gate entry against a reasonable security deposit. Attendants or aids can also be arranged for a fee. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 48 hrs in advance, with your name, phone number and BookMyShow booking ID for details.
Can I cancel my tickets?
Tickets once booked cannot be cancelled, and are not eligible for refunds.
What will happen if the show is cancelled by the event organiser?
No action is required by you, the ticketholder, to obtain a refund. A refund will be automatically issued to the original mode of payment.
If the show has already begun, and is stopped because of bad weather (or any other reason beyond the organiser’s control aka ‘force majuere’)?
No refunds will be issued in such situations.