Salim and Sulaiman add ka tadka music to the IIT BHU festival
Kashiyatra, the three-day cultural festival of IIT-BHU was an exciting affair. It was a perfect mix of talent and entertainment. Young people showed their talent from painting to emotion and the presentation of other interpretive skills. Salim Merchant (BCCL/Arvind Kumar)
The most anticipated event of the festival was the Bollywood night that had the talent music composers Salim and Sulaiman Climbing the stage because of the storm. The duo along with their team were applauded aloud while they appeared. Giving a dreamy feeling to the night was his song Shukran Allah with the audience singing. The young people could not contain their emotion while singing their Main Toh Aive Aive Lut Gaya. Soon the ground became a dance floor. They continued singing their popular numbers like Haule Haule and Kurbaan Hua.
The Local Train band performing at the event (BCCL/Arvind Kumar)
The duo also became interactive with the students. Aap log photos kheech kar social networks par dalte ho, it is event ki bhi climb karoge. Aaj is an instrument, jo mein baja raha ho ki bhi photo load karna. These are Zen drums from which I create several sounds according to my mood, said Sulemain.
(L) Zakir Khan (R) Uneven (BCCL/ Arvind Kumar)The DJ night had the presence of Italian artist Uneven, who belted out different genres of music much to the delight of the audience.
The comedy night featured Zakir Khan. The stand-up comedian with his hilarious anecdotes of school time that tickled the funny bone.
The Nukkad Nataks addressed social problems and one of them was even titled Intolerance.
(L) Askari and Saksham (R) Bishakha (BCCL/Arvind Kumar)
(L) Madhu (R) Muskan (BCCL/Arvind Kumar)
(L) Nancy and Aditi (R) Niveksha Roy (BCCL/Arvind Kumar)
(L) Ratanpriya and Ayushi (R) Sachi Gupta (BCCL/Arvind Kumar)
Rohit Chawla and Isha Dang (BCCL/Arvind Kumar)
Sahib, Kanchan, Kajal, Aanant, Amit, Aman and Vishkha (BCCL/Arvind Kumar)
(L) Sulaiman (R) Shivam Rai (BCCL/Arvind Kumar)