Day 2 of Confluence saw Choreo’15, the choreography competition of Confluence 2015, the annual cultural fest of Hans Raj College being held. The competition had two teams battle it out for the final title of the winner. Dance societies from Lady Shri Ram College and Kamala Nehru College took part in the competition whereas Terpsi Choreon, the host choreography society performed as a non-competitive team. Abhinaya from Big Dance and Aniket from Danz N Buzz judged the competition.
The show started with LSR performing their annual production, ‘Leave Us Alone’, an act based on the women tribes of Amazon forests and their dwindling numbers. Through contemporary, they depicted the problems faced by such people because of the industrialised and corporative world. Their performance was followed by a solo performance by Prateek Aneja, a member of the Terpsi Choreon. The next performance was the dance act by KNC on a theme revolving around the soldiers of our country, who bravely defend the borders and even sacrifice their lives in the process.
Towards the end of the event, Terpsi Choreon performed their annual production, ‘Void’. LSR bagged the first position, while KNC won the second spot at the event.
The other highlight of Day 2 at Confluence was Bol Bala, the street play competition as a part of Eclat, the annual theatre festival of the college. Bol Bala was organised by the Hans Raj dramatics society on the theme of ‘Navras’, the nine emotions. The participating teams included dramatics and street societies from colleges like Indraprastha College for Women, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Gargi College, Shivaji College, Lady Shri Ram College, Jesus and Mary College and Guru Teg Bahadur Institute of Technology.
Vipul Pachori and Shiv Kanunga judged the event. Vipul Pachori has been associated with the Ateliar Theatre group, while Shiv Kanunga is an active member of the Asmita Theatre group.
The street play of IP College, ‘Manmarziyan’ was adjudged the best among all the seven plays. ‘Kab tak Khayega’ by JMC and ‘Jaane Kaha Gaye Vo Din’ by Shivaji College bagged the second and third positions, respectively.
Feature Image Credits: Iresh Gupta