DU Annual Fest Season

Confluence'16, Hans Raj College ends with Honey Singh and Indian Ocean

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Misba from Shri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce won the western dance competition while Tanz from Miranda House emerged as runner ups | Image by Vegh Daswani for DU Beat[/caption] A street play competition was also organised by HT City Youth Nexus. It was judged by Ajit Kumar and Ankita Chauhan. Navrang The Hindi Dramatic Society of Institute of Home Economics who won the competition had performed ‘Na Idhar Ka Na Udhar ka’ a play based on the problems of middle class. Ijaad from PGDAV evening performed ‘ Panch sitambar’ and were declared the runners up. This was followed by a North East Festival organised by the North East Cell of Hans Raj College. The event show cased the culture of not only the North Eastern states of India but included Ladakh and Tibet. Students performed Bihu, Manipuri dance and various group songs such as those by the students from Tibet. A fashion walk was also conducted as a part of the NE festival. Immediately after the NE fest, fans started pouring in huge numbers for a guest appearance of Honey Singh for the promotions of his upcoming movie, Zorawar which is due to release on 6th May. The humongous crowd went hullabaloo when the singer sung some of his famous songs. Though the crowd created trouble, Hansraj Student’s Union managed the situation well. [gallery ids="40746,40747,40749"] Indian ocean, as a part of Coke Studio also performed at Confluence’16 in association with HT Youth Nexus. They closed the three day eventful festivity with some soulful music. The Students Union of Hansraj College was thanked and praised by the team of HT City Youth Nexus and Indian Ocean. [caption id="attachment_40748" align="aligncenter" width="594"]Rahul Ram plays with his band Indian Ocean to close Confluence'16 Rahul Ram plays with his band Indian Ocean to close Confluence’16 | Image by Prateek Singh for DU Beat[/caption] Tooba Towfiq Srivedant Kar Arindam Goswami Images by Jasmine Chahal, Vegh Daswani, Prateek Singh and Paurush Bhardwaj for DU Beat   Feature image by Paurush Bharadwaj]]>

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