Preparing for a bigger show

Preparing for a bigger show

Preparing for a bigger show

elegant Students displaying the bridal wear.

St Anne’s Degree College for Women, Halasuru celebrated its annual inter-class fest Kala-2010 recently. The two-day cultural fete witnessed a whole range of colour and music through a fantastic display of creativity and talent

     The students left no stone unturned to ensure an all-round enjoyment as Kala serves as an ideal platform for them to come forward and showcase their talents. Accordingly, the participants outnumbered the audience in all the stage events like group dance, mad ads and group singing.  The highlight of the day, however was the Brides of India competition, which had girls decked in bridal fineries from states like Kerala, Bengal and Karnataka.

 This provided an opportunity to the students to have an idea of India's unique cultural heritage.

   The group dance event kept the audience on toes with some outstanding performances. Rumina Fathima and team, who performed on Ghajini's Aye Bachchu Tu Sun Le, won the day with the first prize. Sumitha and group, who presented Show me the meaning of being lonely, one of the most successful singles of Backstreet Boys, were able to prove their metal by powerfully expressing the emotions embedded in the song.
Group singing event too won the hearts of the spectators and the team which sang a traditional Malayalam song walked home with the top prize.  

Along with the stage events, students also tried their hands in vegetable carving, face painting and flower-carpet making.  “Fireless cooking was another popular event at Kala. This time, the judges had as many as 150 dishes to taste and they found it difficult to shortlist the winners,” says Stephen Babu from the department of Psychology.

“We look forward to Kala every year and we put a great deal of hard work and energy into planning our performances. As the winners of inter-class contests get a chance to represent the college in inter-collegiate competitions, no one wants to miss out the chance,” says Joseline, one of the students.

Kala-2010 was indeed a warm-up exercise for the students, who are looking forward to perform in the various inter-college festivals during the ongoing academic year.

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