Saturday night at IMNU was a keeper with the first year batch showing off their talents to their batchmates and seniors. Full of zest and willing to let loose, the IMNU students witnessed one of their most exhilarating nights on the campus. “Jashn-Celebrating you talent” was the annual Talent event of IMNU which the first year MBA batch organises and participates in. And if you go by the turnout, it was an unprecedented success.
Be it the group dance by “Phaerenikes” or the rock band performances, the audience was thrilled to the core. Music was high on the agenda with at least four different musical treats. The group song performance by Club Fiesta and the solo numbers by Poorvi and Ankit were, to say the least, exquisite. And then there were rock performances, one by Priyam and Shravan and the other by Shravan, Randeep and Mayur who shook the Auditorium at their every beat.
Club Fiesta did it again with their fusion of Hip-hop, Salsa and Contemporary dance and left the audience roaring for an encore. Family business batch also gave enthralling dance performances. Among other highlights of the event were satirical skits; one on Yellow Journalism and Sensationalism in Media by the Dramatics Club “Chehre” and the other on the life of a B-school student.
The biggest high of the event though, was the performance by the kids of construction workers of “Saral Foundation- the Social cell of IMNU”. The crowd was captivated by the spirit and innocence of these underprivileged kids who danced to the tunes of "Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani" and "Koi Kahe Kehta Rahe"
Then came the fashionable young men and women at IMNU, stunned the audience with their attitude and style.
Our faculty was equally enthusiastic and wholeheartedly joined in for a few songs. The flash point of the event was the à la mode Ramp walk by the Fashionistas at the B-school. The blitz and the colour of the two fashion shows, one hippie and the other party-themed, was a perfect climax to this scintillating and splendid celebration of talent. The event was sponsored by People Tree and will be hot topic at IMNU for days to come.
(Content Courtesy: Mahima Singhal)