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Student set the stage on fire at Lasya 2015
Celebrity guest Sharman Joshi and famed band, Faridkot thrill student audiences at Lasya 2015
By: Jain University
Students brought out their best to the table in various competitions like solo dance, fashion parade, western acoustic music and many more. Students dressed resplendently in anarkalis, ghagra cholis and kurtas reminiscent of the fashions of the Mughal Empire. The ramp walk combined haunting melodies with a backdrop that evoked royalty.
“It really feels like I am back in time here. The fashion show displayed the beauty of Indian styles, which was both grandiose and elegant. I like the fact that the costumers selected are extremely authentic and stylish”, said Nishtha, student, Center of Management Studies, Jain University.
Students waited in bated breath for the Bollywood Group Dance, which contained extremely short listed candidates. The judge for the event was ace actor Sharman Joshi, who was welcomed with cheers from students. The performances emerged each better than the better, with foot tapping Bollywood songs and gravity defying dance moves. After a tough competition, St. Joseph’s College of Commerce was announced to be the winner for the event.
Sharman Joshi, shared his views on being a part of the event said, “It feels wonderful to be a part of this vibrant energetic crowd. I had been a part of many inter collegiate events since my college days, and I know the energy and effort it takes to make these events successful. Being a part of this event, takes me back to my own college days.”
The celebrity quotient was amped when famed band Faridkot, entered the dais. They belted out their famous tunes, which roped in audiences who sang their hearts out. Christ University were ultimately crowned overall winners, after their fabulous performance in the competitions.
Sai Tarun, student, shared his thoughts, “As a student community, we can hardly meet up with students of other colleges. It is in such events, that we come face to face with various other talents. The presence of bands like Faridkot is definitely a bonus; it helps us relax after our performances.”
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