Day 2 at Hindu College’s annual fest, Mecca 2017 started on a riveting note as the Indian folk dance competition brought in a splash of colours into a day of rather gloomy weather.
11 colleges from Delhi University participated, from which Annhad, the Indian dance society of Daulat Ram College secured the first position and the second position was secured by Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College for their power packed Bhangra performance.
Shortly after the Indian folk dance competition, the Western solo dance competition was held which witnessed electrifying performances from all genres of western dance. The event was judged by Dilip Raickwar and Mohit Kumar from Maffick Dance Theatre. Pulkit from Dyal Singh College secured the first position followed by Abhishek from Shivaji College who secured the second position. Apart from these events, numerous other events were held which gained a lot of popularity within the fest attendees, such as Mecca Idol and the Street Soccer Competition. Additionally, the students took full advantage of the other activities offered by Mecca. The food stalls and carnival rides drew the crowd even in the light drizzle. This added thrill to a slow day on the events front.
Day 2 at Mecca ended on a musical high with Funk Heads performing, followed by DJ NYK who wrapped up the day with his renditions of some of the biggest Bollywood hits. The audience was extremely spirited and danced and dabbed along with the DJs.
Feature Image Credits- Gerush Bahal