Bohemian 'Rhapsody'

Upcoming Fest

Bohemian 'Rhapsody'

Lively: The girls dressed up as sunsigns at a fest last year.

As part of the fest, each class will be competing with the other. Rhapsody will take place between August 31 and September 4, 1.30 pm onwards.

The cultural secretary of the college, Shalini Priyanka informed Metrolife about Rhapsody and the preparations taking place on the campus for the event. “Generally, it goes on for five days but since September 5 is Teacher’s Day, we have a separate function for that,” she says.

Each day of the four-day-long fest will be theme-based. The first day’s theme is Music Personalities, where the girls have to dress up as any famous musician. “So you will have girls dress up as Michael Jackson or Britney Spears or any popular singer,” says Shalini. The second day will see the girls dress up in Hawaiian style. The third and fourth days will be Superwoman and Back to School days respectively.

Apart from the stage events, competitions like Pictionary and Extempore will be held simultaneously in different classrooms. “The stage events on the first and second days are Ice Breaker and Indian Dance. While Western Dance will be held on third day, and Street Dance and Mad Ads will happen on the fourth day.” The college even has photography as an event, where in the participants will have to click pictures of the fest with the best ones being rewarded.
 
The preparations are going on in full swing for the festival. “We have contacted sponsors and prepared certificates for the winners,” notes Shalini. Even judges, who are from the college itself, have been appointed. “Class and sports representatives are taking care of the refreshments and preparing the various rounds for different competitions,” she adds.  
As the stage is all set to host one of the most important events of JNC, there is no end to the enthusiasm of these girls, who are looking forward to take part as well as discover who the winners will be. “After all, it is these winners who will be representing our college in different competitions at the bigger inter-collegiate fests,” informs Shalini.

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