Spellbinding acts win applause

Refreshing Break

Spellbinding acts win applause

A variety of colours, talents and skills were on display as the students of PES PU college celebrated their ‘Annual Cultural Day’ at the campus recently. 

The cultural programme began with an invocation dance by Shakti Sridevi of second PUC, who mesmerised the audience with her spontaneous act. 

The audience was seen applauding her efforts. This was followed by ‘Spellbound’, an Indian contemporary ballet dance, performed by Sanskriti and group. Shakti informed that they had been practising for a long time for the show. 

“I am glad that everyone liked our show. A lot of effort and time went into it and it felt great to be appreciated. I performed one of the items and though I was a bit nervous, I got applauded for my efforts. Our teachers helped and guided us. As this is one of the biggest shows that our college hosts and since guests from different branches attend the function, there were more reasons to make the show a success,” she said.

The show also saw students taking up different types of roles to ensure that everything is in place. Amrutha, a student, explained that they had divided themselves into different groups and worked towards making the programme a huge success. 

“Our aim was to make this day special and the organisers made sure that the schedule was followed. We had a rehearsal before the show, which gave us an idea of how the real programme would be. Also, we encouraged the talented students in our batch to come up and showcase their skills so that it doesn’t go unnoticed,” she said.

The show concluded with a mesmerising peacock dance by Harshitha B, Manisha MS and Lavanya R. It was a refreshing break for the students from their regular routine. They not only got a platform to showcase their talents, but also got the feel of managing a grand programme. 
The show taught them lessons in time and stress management, leadership and team work. For now, the students are looking at making the upcoming semester colourful and focussing on their academics.

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