DU Annual Fest Season

Day Two of Montage 2016 at JMC culminates with The Local Train

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The final day of Montage – the annual cultural festival of Jesus and Mary College kicked off with ‘Stage Craft’ the Stage play competition, organised by Troubadours, the English dramatics society. The play had 5 participating teams. The judges for the event were Siddhant Choudhary (Founder,Focused Tales) and Jennifer Monteiro (Faculty and Convenor of Troubadours).

The best play was won by the team from Lady Shri Ram College for Women while the best direction was awarded to the team from Hans Raj College. Abhinav Kumar (Shaheed Bhagat Singh College) and Tanvika (Sri Venkateswara College) won the best actor award in the male and female category respectively.

  Awaaz, the street play event  organised by Kahkasha, the Hindi dramatics society of JMC was judged by Haneet Vohra, Sachin Gupta and Rahul Bhuchar. The first position was bagged by the Hindi Dramatics Society of SRCC for their production ‘The Defective War’. ‘Kalkothri’ the production of Shivaji College won the second position while ‘Sun Tu Rehne De’ and ‘Hawa Nai Rukh Vahi’ the productions of LSR and Hindu college shared the third position.  

Madrigal, the western music festival organised by Echo, the western music society of JMC was categorised into solo and choir competitions. The solo event was won by Shivash Chagti (Hans Raj College). Chewang (Aurobindo College) and Maya Bajaj (SRCC) won the second and third positions respectively. The first position in the group event was won by LSR while Kirori Mal college and Kamala Nehru college won the second position.

Colour marathon, an informal event which consisted of exciting rounds like scavenger hunting, balloon bursting and selfie hunting. It was won by Tanushree Mitra from JMC and Tanvi Sinha from IP College for women.

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The final day ended with performances by rock band, ‘The Local Train’ which sang some famous numbers like Bande and Aaoge Tum Kabhi.

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