Myriad colours on stage

Myriad colours on stage

Grooving on

Myriad colours on stage

Putting their best foot forward on the ramp.

The two-day festival was studded with literary and cultural events and almost all the events saw great participation.

The cultural extravaganza commenced with the solo dance event for which the participants enjoyed the unwavering support of the audience. One of the participants, Meghana, garnered much appreciation for her dance number Aaja Nachle Nachle, a Madhuri Dixit dance number.

Another sparkling performance came from Kiran of Christ College who danced to a fusion mix. M D Fayaz grooved to the hip-hop number Let’s Have Some Ronak Shonak from the movie Love Aaj Kal. Literary events like Picture Poetry, debate, Pick and Act and dumb charades were also conducted simultaneously with the cultural events. The atmosphere was filled with excitement.

Around 35 colleges from across the City had taken part in the festival and it was tough for the judges to choose the best due to tight competition in all the events. In the Indian group dance event, Lasya of Carmel PU College, Basaveshwarnagar gave a dazzling performance and walked away with the first prize.

Aaja Nachle, the retro duet dance event, saw many enthusiastic participants and the St Anne’s PU College girls danced their way into the hearts of the judges and won the first prize. Their choice of song helped them a lot. The girls danced to songs like
Chod Do Aanchal, Laila Mein Laila and Dhal Gaya Din.

A spectacular fashion show, held on the second day, added the glamour quotient to the festival.

The theme of the show was East Meets West. Although only two teams registered for the event, the girls set the stage on fire.

Mount Carmel PU College clinched the trophy and the overall championship.

The host college, St Anne’s PU College, bagged the rolling trophy for the literary events.

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