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art-and-culture Updated: Dec 16, 2009 20:27 IST
Tripti sharma,
Tripti sharma,
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The onlookers watched as the stage filled with glaring eyes and changing faces of masked performers. The choreography competition of HT City Youth Nexus at Hans Raj College was a big hit with those present. “The event is amazing, I never expected that the competition will have so much of energy. Every performance is beautiful and breathtaking,” said Aakarsh Khemka a student of Hans Raj College.

“Choreography is all about expressing thoughts. Whether it is about gadgets or the cause of sexual abuse, one has to express everything through expressions and dance movements. The colours and expressions of the students were fabulous. It will echo in my mind for days,” said Honey Goyal, a student of IP University. The students of all the participating colleges were seen cheering loudly for their respective teams.

“Choreography competition has always been my favourite. This fest has given us a platform to perform and polish ourselves. The audience was great, and we joined them in cheering for other teams. It was a rocking afternoon for all of us,” said Ridhi, a student of Hindu College.

The colleges that were chosen to perform at the finals were Kamla Nehru College, Hans Raj, Gargi College, Indraprastha College for Women, and Sri Venkateswara College.

— Tripti sharma

They walked down the ramp like supermodels, gathering applause from the audience and judges alike. On the second day of the HT City Youth Nexus, students from colleges in Delhi showcased their talent at the fashion show that took place at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC).

Eight colleges participated in the event where everything, from dresses to the choreography was taken care of by the students themselves.

“I can see that the students have worked very hard. The dresses and the choreography were very creative. This is a great initiative,” said fashion designer Anshul Kumar, who was co-judging at the show with choreographer Mohit Vats.

The students in the audience had fun watching DU’s got talent — where students showcased their talent in various spheres. Pooja Verma, B Com (Honours) student at Daulat Ram College sang Beedi jalayi le from the movie Omkara, and won a chocolate hamper.

The five colleges that were selected for the final round were; Institute of Home Economics, Daulat Ram College, Kamla Nehru College, College of Vocational Studies and Hindu College. Today, don’t miss the performances by Them Clones, Advaita and Parikrama at the Grand Finale.

— Mallica joshi