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Electrifying theme release of the SIESONS’19 at SIES (Nerul) College of Arts, Science and Commerce

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SIES (Nerul) College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Navi Mumbai is all charged with excitement over the  upcoming annual inter-collegiate festival SIESONS to be held on 18th and 19th of January 2019 after the festival’s traditional start ceremony took place here on Dec 27. The Theme for this year is ‘Era of discoveries’ was released on the occasion.

As has been customary for this extravagant and pompous youth show, after principal Mr. Milind Vaidya lit the lamp for invoking the blessings of the God, 30 dhols players synchronously whipped their instruments to create the auspicious arrival sound. Then it was left to grooving students who couldn’t stop their feet as the excitement built throughout the campus.  The students performed well choreographed synchronized dance to the pepped beats keeping the audience occupying four floors of the campus well entertained.

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The number one unplugged and Indie rock band based in Mumbai, Sanyaas- The band graced the event. The pulsing crowd and energetic performances certainly bowled him over. ‘It was amazing to witness the energy, the unity, of everyone who took part. The fact that each of these college students were not performing for themselves, instead were enjoying each other’s performances, lifting each other’s morale is something you don’t get to see out in the real world’, said the lead singer, Manmeet Singh.

The dances by students portrayed various emotions like breakup, passion, joy, friendship, hardwork, love, etc. The theme showcased how everybody involved in the fest discover their inner hidden talents. ‘We work very hard to put up the event, and it is heartwarming to get a positive response for all our hard work’ said the Media PR Head, Shambhavi Dalvi.

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