Waves of creativity

Rocking Performance
Last Updated : 13 October 2010, 10:52 IST
Last Updated : 13 October 2010, 10:52 IST

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Seventeen colleges in the  City took part in the three-day intra-collegiate fest and
hundreds of people witnessed the enthusiasm and creativity displayed by the young

The first day of the fest was meant for the college girls to showcase their talents in
different events.

The next two days saw a huge participation from the students of various colleges
giving a tough competition to each other in mad ads, solo dance, Indian group dance,
Western group dance,  adaptune, 30 seconds to fame, tattoo designing, face painting, fashion show and many more.

Among all, rock band and beat-boxing performances turned out to be the
crowd-pulling events.  Sandalwood actor Diganth was the chief guest and he won the heart of many ladies gathered there.

He shook his leg with the girls on popular tracks and was nice enough to answer the questions asked by the students.

As a promotional spree for his upcoming film Bisile, he gave away the audio CDs of
the movie to the students.

For Mad ads, Sandalwood actor and VJ Srujan Lokesh was invited as the judge.  Anita, a choreographer, judged the solo dance event. The contestant performed on all the popular Bollywood songs, fusion, hip-hop and rock music.

Indian group dance was meant to celebrate the Indian culture and nearly ten teams showcased their talents in Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, Kolata, Bhangra and other dance forms.

Ace choreographer Ratish chose the winners based on their performances. Adaptune was a unique event in which the contestants had to shake their leg to the songs played by the organisers.

The fun-filled event  comprised songs from old Kannada hits, latest Bollywood numbers and jingles.

In 30 seconds to fame, the participants showed their expertise in different things within the limited time.

Kannada anchor Akul Balaji was the judge for this event and he succeeded in cheering up the crowd.

Sarfaraz Khan, a young beat-boxer gave a performance in beat-boxing.  Later, Sunny from Aitria College and Kiran from Kristu Jayanthi gave a tough competition to him.

The fashion show event with the theme Venice in Carnival was a big hit among the students.

The student models set the ramp on fire by showcasing their colourful costumes. Seshadripuram College and Sindhi College bagged the first and second prizes

The students of Kristu Jayanthi College were the  overall winners.The three-day fest came to an end with the rock performance by Velvet Trap band.

For the first time, band members were performing in a college and they succeeded in catching the attention of the gathering.

Published 13 October 2010, 10:44 IST

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