Ramjas, Hindu top in theatre events at Reverie; Hans Raj, Maitreyi win big on Day 1

Day 1 Gargi College’s Annual Cultural Festival, Reverie 2016 opened with a plethora of vibrant events like stage theatre, street theatre, western dance and battle of bands.

The entire campus was covered in myriad decorations which managed to catch the eye of each spectator. The footfall was considerably high since late morning hours. After a short inauguration ceremony, the day kick started with the spirit of drama taking over the campus.

The stage play event, Nivacanna was hosted by the stage play society, Upstage. Ramjas College’s ‘Deluxe Hair Cutting Saloon’ was declared as the winner at Nivacana. It was also declared as the Best Production. SRCC and Hans Raj College were declared as second and third top plays respectively.

Reverie on Day 1 simultaneously also hosted Battle of Bands which was won by The Hans Raj Project from HRC and the second position was bagged by High Time from Kirori Mal College.

The street play event, Abhaas was organised by the street play society of the college, Kshitij and  the venue Arts Quad constantly attracted a huge audience with the various street plays Abhaas had to offer. It was won by Hindu College’s Dramatics Society with SRCC coming in second place and Ramanujan College holding the third place. College of Vocational Studies was given the honour of ‘best music’.

The much awaited event, Zenith took place in the evening witnessing a jampacked auditorium. Judged by Sahil Aneja, founder of Brooklyn Dance Academy who said that the competition was too tied and hard to judge. Zeal, the dance society of Maitreyi College emerged as the winners with Tanz, Miranda House coming at second place and Verve, Sri Venkateshwara College occupying the third place.

Kartikeya Bhatotia
Arushi Pathak
Tarushi Varma

Photographs by Gerush Bahal and Paurush Bhardwaj!

Feature Image Credits: Paurush Bhardwaj



(ireshg@dubeat.com); IInd year commerce student at Hans Raj College, Delhi University, Iresh inherited writing from nobody. Not equipped well with mind of a business maestro, he just likes to sit back with a cup of tea trying to balance journalism and poetry. One can generally find him chit-chatting with people (strangers and known, both) or struggling in the overcrowded city of Delhi looking for a seat to watch a play or some Bollywood film, at a cheap price ofcourse. (He hates people who hate Bollywood). An anchor, compère and interviewer, he also enjoys event management and cooking. Known well for his sense of humour, Iresh aspires to integrate his three interests of Movies, Marketing and Writing to make something out of his unproductive life as his elder generation terms it to be.


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