Music, dance and comedy come together this week at Friday Jam
The Hindustan Times CyberHub Friday Jam presented by Honda, powered by G-Shock, in association with KR Mangalam University, brings two popular bands this Friday — Rangreza and Hazrat. There is also a stand-up comedy act to mark World Laughter Day, besides Latin dance performances and an unplugged music act.gurgaon Updated: Apr 28, 2016 13:46 IST
The Hindustan Times CyberHub Friday Jam presented by Honda, powered by G-Shock, in association with KR Mangalam University, brings two popular bands this Friday — Rangreza and Hazrat.
There is also a stand-up comedy act to mark World Laughter Day, besides Latin dance performances and an unplugged music act.
The popularity of the Friday Jam has been growing and it has become a place for all to laugh, sing and dance together with friends and family.
Rangreza, a six-member band, was formed last year. “We are excited to perform at Friday Jam. We expect the audience to appreciate our music. We will be performing Bollywood songs like Ramta jogi, Teri Deewani, Mast Kalander and Piya re,” Yuvjar Sharma of Rangreza said.
The five-member group of Hazrat, formed last year, is filled with enthusiastic and talented musicians. The band will perform own compositions. “This is the first time we are participating in Friday Jam. We hope the audience likes our music. We will also play some Bollywood songs like Sajde of Kil Dil movie and Jinda from Coke Sudio recordings,” Irfan, guitarist of Hazrat, said.
Both these bands are based in Delhi.
The Friday Jam will have a special standup comedy act by Abijit Ganguly, whose performance will be presented by ‘Mischief Partner’ Hajmola Yoodley. The act will mark World Laughter Day, which falls on May 1 this year.
An unplugged solo musical performance by Bhuvan Bam is also on the cards. “This is the second time I will perform at Friday Jam. I performed in 2014 in CyberHub and it was a great experience,” Bam said.
A Latin dance performance by ‘The Dance Club India’ is also being organised on Friday. The dance is being monitored by Paul Masih and Irine Likokeli, professional ballroom and Latin American dancers with over 15 years of experience.
Viewers can witness dance styles like Cha cha cha , Rumba, Samba, Jive, Paso doble, Ballroom, Waltz, Wiennies, Quickstep, Foxtrot, Tango and Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Rock N Roll and Argentine Tango.