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Sahil Magoo, Hindustan Times
New Delhi, June 10, 2014
Anybody can dance, but the way you groove on campus for a freshers party or an inter-college fest can be a popularity breaker or maker.

From ­professional to closet to freestyle dancers, our college students can shake a leg like none else, and so, we got them to do some boogie woogie... well, verbally. Yaman Jindal from Sri Venkateswara College took on Chetna Kathuria from Daulat Ram College (DRC) to be a part of HT City-Fever 104 FM ­campaign — Campus ka Mahayuddh.

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Chetna, supported by RJ Manu, went first and spoke about her college’s ­western dance society, Zenith.

"Our ­western dance society is popular for not just our steps but also props, humour and Bollywood music that ­everyone loves. We were also the runners-up at HT City Youth Nexus this year," she said.

Backed by RJ Abhilash, Yaman shot back, "Our team has the perfect moves for any competition. We get on the stage with something new every time, and we have won more than 20 contests this season, which also includes HT City Youth Nexus."

After an intense dance of ­interjections, Sri Venkateswara College was declared the winner by ­audience vote.