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Jamming, painting, and breaking a leg: Day five of Invictus ’192 min read

April 16, 2019 3 min read

Jamming, painting, and breaking a leg: Day five of Invictus ’192 min read

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MANIPAL: Invictus continued its festivities with its fifth day of the fest, April 15. There were multiple literary and cultural activities that took place in the third edition of Kasturba Medical College’s (KMC) fest, which began on April 11.


Face Painting took place in the Biochemistry Department building and saw enthusiastic, creative participants paint the faces of their partners. In all the hype for what is assumed to be the end of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as people know it, the topic for this particular event was ‘Endgame’, after the movie which is to be released shortly. It drew out the creativity from painters, inspired by the various superheroes and villains from the MCU. || Photograph Courtesy: Yeshaswini Srihari


Just A Minute, commonly known as JAM, is a speaking event that tests one’s fluency, creativity and ability to speak without any errors. Close to 20 Jammers gathered at the TMA Pai halls and jammed to creative topics that would get one thinking, such as, ‘if people make you sick, maybe you should cook them longer.’ Hormuz Ragina, one of the best JAM Masters in the country, conducted the event for the second year consecutively, encouraging everyone to take part in a JAM session at some point. || Photograph Courtesy: Yeshaswini Srihari


To kick off the stage events of the third edition of Invictus held at KMC Greens, the cultural committee of KMC held the opening ceremony in the presence of the Dean of KMC, Pragna Rao, Dr Reena and Dr Naveen Patil, both from the Department of Pharmacology. || Photograph Courtesy: Yeshaswini Srihari


In an event that is not seen often, teams battled it out to Punjabi beats in the Bhangra event. The event was a group dance that called for teams to perform the traditional dance of Punjab, Bhangra, involving enthusiastic, fast-paced steps to lively music and beats. The event took place at KMC Greens. || Photograph Courtesy: Gibin Biju Justus


Western dance solo saw individual contestants face off at KMC Greens, performing non-Indian steps. Participants performed various western dance forms, such as hip-hop, whacking, tutting and belly dance. || Photograph Courtesy: Yeshaswini Srihari


To end the stage events of the day, KMC’s own dance group, The Phoenix Dance Crew, put up a performance for the audience. || Photograph Courtesy: Yeshaswini Srihari


Edited by: Nayantara Jacob

Featured Image Courtesy: Yeshaswini Srihari