The second day of the annual cultural fest of Kamala Nehru College, Ullas’17, started off with the incredible performances of the Western Music Choirs of various colleges in the event Rhythm and Blues hosted by Zephyr, the Western Music Society of Kamala Nehru College. Western Music Society of Lady Shri Ram College gave their award winning piece, adjudged by Yeashu Yuvraj. Echo of Jesus and Mary College was the first runner’s up followed by Swaranjali of Hans Raj College.
Inquizitive, a general trivia organised by Kaleidoscope, the Quiz society of Kamala Nehru College saw cut-throat competition for securing the lavish cash prizes as well as the grand vouchers from Mypicbook. Abhisek Paliwal and Akash Verma from Dyal Singh College took home the cash prize worth Rupees 8,000, while Manas Dimri of Campus law Centre bagged second position and cash prize of rupees 5,000. The third prize worth rupees 3,000 went to Ashish Kumar Gupta and Arsalan Ahmed of Jamia Milia Islamia.
Nrityakriti, a choreography competition curated by Adagio, the choreography society of Kamala Nehru College saw the participation of University of Delhi’s most exuberant dance creations which revolved around socially charged themes. The competition was adjudged by Mr. Nanda Kumar who is an internationally acclaimed choreographer and Miss. Ritika Chandra, a professional ballet dancer. Sensation, the Dance society of Kirori Mal College secured the first position for their mesmerising retelling of Lord Buddha’s life. Second position was awarded to the choreography society of Lady Shri Ram College for their latest production- Exodus.
In the Western solo competition, Shivash Chagti of Hans Raj College won the first prize, Kishore Ningthoujam of Amity University won the second and Ria Arora of College of Vocational Studies won the third prize. Kishore Ninghthoujam and Rhea Toor from Amity University bagged first position in the western Duet singing competition followed by Anurag and Vinayak from DTU. The warm afternoon witnessed excited spirits with the electrifying performances exhibited at the Bass Camp, the band competition. The event saw motley of genres entertaining the crowd. Common Threads of Shaheed Bhagat Singh conquered this battle of bands, followed by Tantrik Steve of Hans Raj College.
LaVogue, a fashion show competition organised by Glitz, the Fashion society of Kamala Nehru College saw glamour, poise and style of the best kind. The competition was judged by Mr. Hemant Sood, Mr. Akash Das, and Mr. Sahil Bhatia. I-vogue, the Fashion society of Shri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce maintained their track record and won the first position. Glamoratti, the Fashion society of Dyal Singh College secured the second position. Maintaining their monopoly on the awards, Shubham Ahlawat of Dyal Singh College and Prabhjot Singh from SGGSCC were declared the best male models. Subsequently, Bhavna Monga from Dyal Singh College was crowned Best Female Model. The awe-inspiring wardrobe of I-Vogue was bestowed with the title of the Best Collection and the prize of the Best Team was conferred upon Glamoratti for their theme ‘Shiva.’
The musical high was carried forward by DJ Mash and Monkey Junk with the EDM evening. With groovy renditions, the contemporary hits mixed with adrenaline pumping beats were thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. The two-day extravaganza pulled its curtains with the charged crowd dancing to the much-anticipated Star Night with the famous singer, Jubin Nautiyal, of ‘Humma Humma Again’ fame. As Ullas 2017 came to a close, the crowd exuberantly grooved towards the culmination of an enthralling fest.