The third & the final day of Moksha started off with a bang as people turned out in droves to participate in the events and enjoy the Star nights to the hilt.
Tarang – The Indian group Song event witnessed participation from colleges all over Delhi as the audience was left awestruck by the medley of tunes and songs on display. Lady Shri Ram College and Institute of Home Economics emerged as joint winners.
Saaz – The Indian Solo Song Competition wowed the crowd with the immense talent and singing prowess of the participants and the entire auditorium buzzed to the symphony of their melodious voices. Bineet Singh from GTBIT bagged the first prize.
Another attraction was Oorja – The Western Dance Competition wherein the bold dance moves and svelte maneuvers left the crowd asking for more and the judges impressed by the caliber of the visiting teams. The first prize was won by Misba – the dance society of SGGSCC.
Mr. & Ms. Moksha competition, adjudged by RJ Rahul Makin, was a huge hit amongst the crowd with bold and daring answers by the contestants. Facing an intense short listing process consisting of talent rounds and personal interviews, Nikunj and Sakshi of NSIT emerged as winners to be crowned as Mr. and Ms. Moksha ’16.
One of the most experienced and unique comedians in the country, Abish Mathew had the crowd at in splits with his bold and daring brand of humor. In an act littered with youth oriented jokes, silent one man sketches and other fun elements, he wowed the students with his jokes, and interacted with his fans leaving everybody wanting for more!
Moksha ’16 came to a grand end with a heart-touching performance by Shaan, which tugged at the heartstrings of all concertgoers and took them down the memory lane. The students were thoroughly enthralled and enraptured by his songs & the festive, romantic tinge in the air. It seemed as if the Moksha ground was one large dance floor and one could feel the thumping of the ground. All-in-all, everyone had the time of their lives and eagerly await Moksha 2k17.