Youthful energy overloaded

Youthful energy overloaded

jazzy A dance performance in progress.

The first day started off with the free-style group dance which went on till late afternoon. Fire and Ice, a dance group from Netaji Subash Institute of Technology, burnt the dance floor with their flawless and innovative dance, which combined hip-hop, gravity-defying stunts and other dance movements.

Students of Alvin College tried to do a dhoom, which was met with cat calls from the audience. SJB’s traditional dance turned out to be a Bollywood dance with pink umbrellas as props, which didn’t fare too well. But the team made it up with a Kannada song performance. But what caught everyone’s attention was the team Agni from NITTE Meenakshi Institute of Technology, who performed a dance on the theme of social evils in the society.  The other events included CS and FIFA, which had the students competing in teams. Rangoli and collage-making were the other events which saw lot of girls participating. “We are enjoying ourselves here but are looking forward for the dance performances,” said Pallavi, a first-year student.

The theme for collage-making was the Influence of Western Culture. A very interesting event was the Director’s Cut, where budding directors had made 10 minute-long movies on a variety of themes. Mr Perfect’by Ajay, a student from RNS Institute of Technology, was a jovial film and was selected as one of the best movies in the competition.

Robo War was another interesting event, where students made their own robots to fight against robots from other teams. The War of the DJs had students mixing music and saw everyone grooving to it.

The mime, sadly, had only one team — Halloween from SJB Institute of Technology, performing. They did a small silent skit on the Indian soldiers. It ended with the national anthem and won lot of praise from the audience. The evening turned funny as students started dedicating songs to friends and teachers. Students of the Electronics Department played the song Saari Umr from 3 Idiots for their faculty members, which was hilarious.
But it was the last event, the musical performance by Guru Kiran, Vijay Prakash and Chaitra that caught a lot of attention and brought the festival to an end.

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