Actress Nushrat Bharucha is the other star face on the last day of the IIT Kharagpur fest
It is like a ritual for IIT Kharagpur to save the best for last and Spring Fest 2021 is no different. Bollywood music director and performer Amaal Mallik is the headlining act on the final day of the 3-day Spring Fest, eastern India’s biggest campus cultural fest. ABP Education is the digital media partner for Spring Fest 2021.
Here’s what you can tune into today. Click here to attend the fest.
The spotlight is on...
Amaal Mallik, who will take the virtual auditorium for his gig at 8pm. Expect hits like Bol do na zara, Chale aana and Pehla pyaar from the music composer.
Insights from the stage and screen
Kathak dancer and Padma Shri recipient Puru Dadheech discussed his illustrious career as a dancer, choreographer and classical dance educator in the morning.
There’s a guest lecture by Saurabh Varma, chief marketing officer of INOX, at 2pm.
Bollywood actress Nushrat Bharucha and director Vishal Furia will discuss their upcoming film Chhori at 2.30pm.
Actor Ray Proscia of Suits fame will share his experience and insights at 3.30pm.
Some comedy and more music
Funnyman Sundeep Sharma is expected to leave the audience in splits with his wisecracks at 4pm.
Bhopal-based band Apricot will take the stage to belt out rock music at 6pm, followed by electronic duo Bassjackers at 6.30pm.
The competitive events line-up includes...
Dumb C (dumb charades), A Mighty Pen (journalism) and India Calling (case study) for those in love with words. Switch to SF Idol (solo singing) and Centrifuge (group dance) if you are into performing arts. There’s Mr and Ms Spring Fest (fashion show) for the fashion-forward and Bran-D (digital brand designing) for those into digital art.
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