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All in one masti

entertainment Updated: Feb 04, 2011 01:14 IST
Vaishali Bhambri
Vaishali Bhambri
Hindustan Times

February 1, the first day of Crossroads was loaded with a whole lot of activities such as street soccer, paint ball, gaming contest, western dance and a rock band competition. Adding to the highlights were flared skirts, colourful costumes, glittery make up and a music concert.

While some students were seen participating in paint ball, shooting and wall climbing, others battled it out at the gaming events. What enthralled one and all, were the rock band performances by various colleges. The band Blue Belief was declared the winner. Later in the day, Rythmnesia, the western dance competition, saw groups and audience, alike, groove to hit Bollywood numbers like Munni, Sheila and some from the 90s like Ding dong ding and Mujhko hui na khabar. Panache, the dance society of the host college bagged the first position while the all-boys team from IIT Delhi stood second. The best came in the end, when musician Raghu Dixit got the crowd jumping and cheering to his popular numbers including Mysore se aayi.

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