Gargi College’s Annual Cultural Festival, Reverie 2016 opened with a plenty of dynamic occasions like stage theater, road theater, western move and skirmish of groups.
The whole grounds was secured in bunch embellishments which figured out how to get the attention of every observer. The footfall was extensively high since late morning hours. After a short initiation function, the day kick began with the soul of dramatization assuming control over the grounds.
The stage play occasion, Nivacanna was facilitated by the stage play society, Upstage. Ramjas College’s ‘Choice Hair Cutting Saloon’ was pronounced as the champ at Nivacana. It was likewise pronounced as the Best Production. SRCC and Hans Raj College were announced as second and third top plays individually.
Dream on Day 1 at the same time likewise facilitated Battle of Bands which was won by The Hans Raj Project from HRC and the second position was packed away by High Time from Kirori Mal College.
The road play occasion, Abhaas was sorted out by the road play society of the school, Kshitij and the venue Arts Quad always pulled in an immense gathering of people with the different road plays Abhaas brought to the table. It was won by Hindu College’s Dramatics Society with SRCC coming in second place and Ramanujan College holding the third place. School of Vocational Studies was given the honor of ‘best music’.
The greatly anticipated occasion, Zenith occurred at night seeing a loaded assembly hall. Judged by Sahil Aneja, organizer of Brooklyn Dance Academy who said that the opposition was excessively tied and hard, making it impossible to judge. Energy, the move society of Maitreyi College rose as the victors with Tanz, Miranda House coming at second place and Verve, Sri Venkateshwara College involving the third place.
The second day at Reverie began with western solo and gathering singing rivalries composed by Euphony, the western music culture of Gargi College. In the performance rivalry, Shruti Dhasmana of Gargi College secured the main position with Shivesh Chagti of Hansraj College getting the second and Sharvi Yadav of Sri Venkateswara College, the third position.
The western gathering singing rivalry, judged by Vasundhra Vee and Sherry Matthews saw the group from St. Stephen’s sacking the main position while Musoc, Kirori Mal College came next and the group from Gargi College coming third.
Victors of the Western Choir rivalry at Gargi College’s Reverie: 1-St. Stephen’s College, 2-Musoc, KMC, 3-Gargi College
The Indian bunch singing rivalry at Reverie, Sangam took after the western singing rivalry. Sorted out by Samranjini, the Indian music culture of Gargi College, it was judged by vocalists Debu Bhattacharjee and Sushmita Kuri. Alankaar, Hindu College rose as the victor with Miranda House’s Indian music choir coming next and the third position was tied between Gargi College and Sri Venkateswara College.
The last focused occasion of the day was Cursiv-iti, the choreography rivalry composed by Sparx, the choreography society of Gargi College. The occasion saw 10 groups showcasing their preparations. The main position was secured by Srijya, Hindu College with getting the second position going to Sparx, Gargi College and Terpsi Chorean, Hansraj College getting the third position.
For the EDM night Lost Stories performed to close Day 2. The Gargi College Reverie Music Fest saw exhibitions by different specialists from various kinds today however we were left hypnotized by the amazement appearance by Zaeden and none other than Sukhi.
The third and last day at Gargi College’s yearly fest Reverie’16 began with the vitality that was seen at both days 1 and 2. The day was loaded with social move occasions sorted out by Nazaakat, the people move society of Gargi College.
The principal occasion was Alaap, the people move solo occasion which saw 12 specialists from around the University performing significant Indian move frames like Kathak, Kuchipudi and Bharatnatyam. The occasion was judged by Smt. Ragini Chandrashekhar who was elated by the support and energy about traditional expressions by such a huge crowd. “During a time where youthful era is so pulled in to western impacts, not that anything isn’t right with it, it is so rousing to see adolescents taking human expressions forward.”
Annanya Chatterji from Daulat Ram College won the main position. The second position went to Pekhna Kaur from College of Arts while the third position went to Raghav from Sri Venkateswara College.
The occasion was trailed by Thumka, the gathering people move rivalry which saw interest from 8 groups around the University who showcased an assortment of dance forms such as Bhangra, Gidda, Bihu, Lavni and that’s just the beginning.
The occasion was won by Maitreyi College who showcased an execution of Haryanvi Folk move, the Bhangra execution by SGND Khalsa group gave them the second position while Sri Venkateswara picked up the third position.
The greatly anticipated star night started after a postponement. MJ5 Dance bunch demonstrated their great proceeds onward numerous move numbers and combinations. They night arrived at an end with Bollywood artist Keerthi Sagathia who performed on tunes ‘Teri Deewani’, ‘Lungi Dance’ and ‘Tera Pyaar