<![CDATA[The dramatics society of Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce continued the legacy of their dramatics fest, Udaan, in 2014 after the overwhelming success in 2012 and 2013. Manchtantra, the dramatics society of SGGSCC, emphasizing on the feeling of flight or being air borne, started Udaan in 2012. This year, the fest comprised of scheduled stage performances on 7th February, 2014 in the main auditorium of the college, while the street acts were scheduled for 8th February, 2014, in the amphitheater of Dilli Haat, Pitampura. Followed by these theater acts, the participating teams and panel of judges which included Rahul Tiwari, Ramjas College pass out and of Tadpole Theater Group and Shrey Chhabra, an ex-Manchtantra member who is also a film actor, discussed the issues concerning the themes of their performances to widen the knowledge and understanding of the concerned issues. The prize distribution ceremony saw SGTB Khalsa College as winners for their play ‘Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay’ with SRCC’s stage play ‘Black Comedy’ emerging as takers of the second position. In the street play competition, SGTB Khalsa again walked away with first position for their play ‘We The People’ and the second spot was shared by Gargi College and Shivaji College for their plays ‘Joota’ and ‘Bas Samajhney Ki Baat Hai’. Featured Image: SGTB Khalsa’s Can’t Pay, won’t pay | Image Credit: Udaan Facebook Page]]>
A first year student of English in Miranda House, Himanshi can be best described as someone who loves to read, write and sing. She worships Pink Floyd and Kurt Cobain. When not writing quirky lyrics and articles, she can be found singing on the top of her lungs. She wants to spend her life exploring her fixation with country music and Chevy trucks while travelling and writing about it, listening to any Beatles song in the background.
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