Curtains down for NIT-C Ragam 2018

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Mar 26, 2018, 6:57 am IST
Updated Mar 26, 2018, 6:57 am IST
The highly enthusiastic audience rushed in as soon as the doors were flung open.
A street play organised in connection with Ragam 18 at NIT-C in Kozhikode on Sunday.	—DC
 A street play organised in connection with Ragam 18 at NIT-C in Kozhikode on Sunday. —DC

KOZHIKODE: Performances of noted stand-up comedian Sahil Shah, cofounder of ‘East India Comedy Group’ and the Indus tribe Multi-Arts Collective of Canada, enthralled the audience at the concluding day of NIT-C Ragam, the three-day annual cultural festival, on Sunday. The laughter of hundreds in the audience reverberated in the auditorium as Sahil Shah took to the stage.  The highly enthusiastic audience rushed in as soon as the doors were flung open.

Being well-acquainted with the audience Mr Shah quickly established a good rapport with the audience. His remarks on stupid Indians elicited an overwhelming response; so also did his reference to some of the real life incidents which he smoothly morphed into humorous remarks. The musical fusion of star player Rishabh Seen stunned the hundreds of young hearts from across the nation that gathered at the venue. 

 

To cap it all, DJ record producer Aron Chupa and musician-model Sara Santini from Portugal gave an enthralling performance. The last day of the discussion sessions organised in connection with NIT Ragam-18 was on the controversy cropped on making Aadhaar mandatory for citizens.  The panelists were Usha Ramanathan, expert on law and economy, Anupam Saraph innovator and strategic planner and Anivar Aravind, founder and director of Indic Project.

...
Location: India, Kerala




ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT