Hindu fest Mecca: full on masti

  • John Abraham and his I, Me Aur Main co-stars Prachi Desai and Chitrangada Singh inaugurated the annual fest Mecca at Hindu College, Delhi University. The ...

  • John Abraham with a fan at Hinndu College, Delhi. John Abraham inaugurated the annual college fest at Hindu where he had come for promotions of ...

  •  Chitrangada Singh looks on as she attends the inaugural function of Hindu College fest Mecca in Delhi on Monday. (HT Photo)

  • Chitrangada Singh interacts with the students at Hindu College where she was on Monday to promote her upcoming movie I, Me Aur Main. (HT Photo)

  • John Abraham addresses students at Hindu College, Delhi University. John was in Delhi on Monday alongwith the crew of his upcoming I, Me Aur Main ...

  • John Abraham interacts with the students at Hindu College where he was on Monday to promote his upcoming I, Me Aur Main. (HT Photo)

  • The crew of I Me Aur Main - John Abraham, Chitrangada Singh and Prachi Desai along with director Kapil Sharma and producer Goldie Behl visited ...

  • Prachi Desai at Hindu College, Delhi University promoting her upcoming film I, Me Aur Main.

Bollywood and students made Mecca — the annual fest of Hindu College, a hit affair.

The three-day festival, held last week, saw the host team performing but not competing in most of the inter-college competitions.  Actors John Abraham, Prachi Desai and Chitrangda Singh inaugurated the fest.

The first day featured events such as the western dance, choreography and street play competitions. The day ended on a high note with the performance by the band Undeground Authority. 

The second day witnessed eight teams battling it out to be the best band. Also on display was Harmony — the Indian classical music (group) and solo singing competition where five teams and 18 participants competed respectively. Later in the evening, Sufi Rock band Nasha was scheduled to perform, but due to some reason, they couldn’t make it. However, OCP (Out of Control Punjabis) took the stage and performed some Punjabi numbers. 

The final day of the gala affair showcased Panache — a fashion show where 11 colleges, including the host, participated. Concluding the festivities was DJ Aqeel, who spun some popular tracks .

The winners:
Battle of Bands
1. Raagleela
2. Freewill
3. The 5th Base

Indian Classical Music (Group)
1. Miranda House
2. Lady Shri Ram College for Women
3. Gargi College

Fashion Show
1. Lady Irwin College
2. Amity University
3. Hans Raj College

Street Play
1. Jesus and Mary College
2. Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies

Western dance
1. Daulat Ram College
2. Northern India Engineering College
3. Sri Venkateswara College and Kamala Nehru College


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