Hyderabad: Sunday Funday event at Tank Bund which resumed yesterday after a long gap saw thousands of visitors who got a glimpse of newly launched double-decker buses and musical fountain at Hussain Sagar.
At the event, people were seen enjoying watching the musical fountain show that took place between 7 pm and 10 pm. The fountain waves were seen dancing to the tunes of various songs including Oscar-nominated Naatu Naatu.
Apart from it, food stalls at the Tank Bund saw huge rush.
The organizer of Sunday Funday, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) distributed saplings free of cost. At the stalls set up by HMDA, there were around 5000 saplings of various varieties.
For the event, authorities restricted the traffic movement on Tank Bund and barricaded the road.
Musical fountain, double-decker bus made Sunday Funday event attractive : Recently launched double-decker bus and India’s largest musical floating fountain which was recently inaugurated by Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) at Hussain Sagar made Sunday Funday event attractive.
The fountain which was launched near NTR Marg has a height of around 90 meters. It is 180 meters in length, and 10 meters wide. It is developed at a cost of Rs 17.02 crore.
The musical floating fountain boasts several exceptional features, including three laser sets that display a range of themes, mist fairy fog to create a cloud effect along with music, 800 jet high-powered nozzles, and 880 underwater LED lights that add to the dynamic visual experience.
On the other hand, double-decker buses returned to the roads of Hyderabad with the launch of three electric double-decker buses recently. It has historical relevance in Hyderabad. It was Nizam who had started the conventional double-decker buses that plied in the city until 2003.