Making all the right moves

Making all the right moves


The huge campus was buzzing with activity. While there were technical and sports-based activities, it was the cultural activities which saw maximum students as audience. One of the biggest hits of the two-day festival was the street dance competition.

The participants were fully prepared with their moves as well as their style. The event was held in the centre of an open ground where the crowd had gathered in a huge circle. The energy of the students could not be ignored as they struggled to find the right spot to watch the entire show.

The first team was ‘Danz Addix’, from BMS College of Engineering. Dressed in green, the group had everyone jiving to the beat as they performed some gravity-defying stunts.
The dance performance ended on a good note. Then came the students of BIT, who called themselves ‘Enigmatic Fury’. The team started on a robotic theme dance and had the audience cheering them on. But the performance was cut short by a technical error.

After this, ‘Meta Force’ presented a small street dance performance, for which the judges also joined in. The show finished with a free for all face-to-face competition between ‘Danz Addix’ and ‘Enigmatic Fury’. The winner was ‘Danz Addix’.

Other events during the festival were ‘Mad Ads’, where the different teams made sure that the audience laughed their hearts out. The mobile advertisement by the team ‘Dilip and Group’ was enjoyed by everyone. The fashion show was another popular event, for which the teams from SJB Institute of Technology competed with the team from M S Ramaiah Medical College. The first round had the teams showcasing ethnic clothing but it was in the second round that creativity took over.

This open theme round had the team from M S Ramaiah Medical College displaying beach fashion. Colourful shorts and shirts had everyone’s attention. On the other end of the spectrum was the host team, which chose to show clothes on the theme of a wedding, and eventually won the competition.

The last event of the festival was the band performance by ‘Flee’, ‘Solder’ and ‘Krytos’. The bands had the students rocking it out all night. “The performance by ‘Krytos’ was really enjoyed by everyone in the college and the music was well received,” said Kartick Suji, a third-year student.