Baap of all fests

  • Ritika Purang, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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  • Updated: Mar 09, 2013 12:07 IST
  • Varun Dhawan

    So excited were some students of Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) to see actor Varun Dhawan at the college’s fest on Friday night that ...

  • Varun Dhawan

    The crowd, with some students who appeared to be drunk, turned rowdy, making the fashion show in which Dhawan was to walk the ramp, stop ...

  • Varun

    “Please calm down and let them finish the show,” the actor was heard requesting. But it was only after he left the venue that the ...

  • Varun

    The second day of the fest too, which had Sunburn Djs playing for the crowd, saw a huge number of students turn rowdy.

  • Varun

    “Sunburn Campus (at the SRCC fest) was great. Everyone was high,” a member from SRCC’s Students’ Union revealed after the show.

  • SRCC

    SRCC, however, was not the only college where students went berserk. The fest of Hindu college earlier this week too had boys, who seemed to ...

Not withstanding the chaos caused due to actor Varun Dhawan’s appearance at this fest, the four day cultural extravaganza — Crossroads 2013, turned out to be a fun event. Organised by Sri Ram College of Commerce, the fest, held last week, hosted different events each day.

Day one of the fest featured various bands battle it out in the bass camp competition, among other activities such as gully cricket, street soccer and zip lining. The day concluded with a rivetting act by music directors Salim-Sulaiman who sang some of their numbers like Aye Khuda and Kurbaan Hua.

The highlight of day two was the act by the Sunburn DJs who made the crowd groove to their beats. Day three saw competitions such as flash mob, western dance and fashion show where Varun Dhawan walked the ramp as the showstopper.

The final day of the fest saw a lively performance by singer Sunidhi Chauhan.
Winners
Bass Camp Band competition
Rag Leela - Hansraj College

Western Dance
1st: Maitreyi
2nd: IIT Delhi and JMC

 

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