Mood Indigo, the cultural fest of IIT Mumbai on their multicity city eliminations made their first stop in Delhi on 2nd and 3rd October. The two-day event and eliminations were held in Pannalal Girdharlal Dayanand Anglo-Vedic (PGDAV) College and Shaheed Bhagat Singh (SBSC) College respectively.
‘MI Idol’ the Hindi solo singing competition and ‘Aagaaz’, the street play competition was held on 2rd October. The event witnessed almost 550 participants and a crowd of more than 700. Almost 20 teams from across Delhi participated in Aagaaz with themes concerning social issues and social evils. Mr. Sachin, director Salgane School of Acting, judged the event. MI Idol noted about 50 participants who could sing any song of their choice without any accompanists.
Dance events such as ‘Indigo Saga- Thematic Dance Competition ’, ‘Desi Beats-Bollywood Dance Competition’ and ‘Beat The Street- Hip Hop Dance Competition’, were held on the 3rd October at Bhagat Singh that saw almost 150 participants and a crowd of almost 300. Raman Pratap Singh, co founder and senior choreographer of ‘Swag Dance Crew’ and Paau DC who leads the ‘Swag Gang s Bboying Squad’ judged the event.
“Each year flagship dramatics, dance and music competitions in Delhi give us a variety of splendid performances with great enthusiasm”, said an organizer of the fest.
Asia’s largest and oldest rock band competition, ‘Livewire’ eliminations were held on 4th October. The cash prize of this competition is almost 1.6 lakhs and includes exciting deals such as gigs and recording opportunities.
Known to be the Asia’s Biggest fest and attracting great performances, Mood Indigo remains one of the most sought after destinations for college competitions that is eagerly awaited each year by the students of colleges in Delhi.
The result of the events of dance, drama and singing are as follows:
Livewire: Musoc, D6/59, Funkasaur
Aagaaz: Lady Sri Ram College, ARSD, Shivaji College, PGDAV (morning),
Janki Devi Memorial College, PEC,Chandigarh.
Indigo Saga: Hansraj College, Lady Sriram College, Kamala Nehru College
Desi Beats: IIT Delhi
Beat the Street: Sri Venkateswara College
MI Idol: Sharein James, Paritosh Pande, Lakshay Kapoor
Inputs from Nishit Dedhia
Image Credits: Tejaswa Gupta and Chirag Sharma for DU Beat
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