Starting this month, the college calendar will get brighter with these galas
Malhar (St. Xavier’s College)
The mother of all college fests, this one welcomes every department from every corner of India. In fact, you may end up making ‘Malhar friends’ whom you meet only once a year!
USP: Witnesses talent from across the country
Umang (NM College)
Umang raises the bar every year. With a Sunburn-like party last year, this time one can expect a unicyclist and tightrope walkers perform, and even learn to make robots at a workshop.
USP: A long, four-day gala with great prizes to win
Mood Indigo (IIT-B)
One of the most well-organised festivals, Mood Indigo is known for bringing the best of the talent from around the world to the campus. From a Sumo wrestling event to hosting international dance troupes, things only get better with each passing year
USP: Innovative events
Olio (St Andrew’s College):
The only English theatre fest hosted by St. Andrew’s College, it has a history of producing thespian geniuses and original scripts that can give any Bollywood
project a run for its money.
USP: Sole English theatre fest in the city
Kaleidoscope (Sophia College):
Popularly known as the K-Scope, the fest is generally a three-day long non-stop entertainment spot with interesting stalls to totter about in the premises.
USP: Stalls and ambience
Cutting Chai (National College):
At this festival, you might find revellers even shedding tears. Since it happens to be the last BMM fest of the academic calender, final year students unofficially bid farewell to the BMM fraternity.
USP: Star studded Bollywood presence
Blitzkrieg (KC College):
KC’s BMM festival, Blitzkrieg, is the most anxiously awaited fest of all because after Wilson’s Polaris, which is held in July, the cultural calender hosts no BMM festivals before Blitzkrieg.
USP: Signature event, Mock Band where participants are required to imitate a popular band and entertain the crowd