Dancing Mode On: Paper Dance
Feb 12, 2018 | Barnali Priyadarshini
NITRUTSAV 2018 had a lot in store for the participants this time. A series of fun-filled and crowd-pulling events awaited the audience. One such event among them was the Paper Dance which was scheduled to be held on 3rd February at the Student Activity Centre at 3.30 PM. In this event, teams of two competed based on the compatibility and balance between the team members.
Registrations for the event had started 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time i.e. at 3.00 PM but the event got delayed by an odd 30 minutes as it happened to clash with the event Blind Date, which was also being held at the same venue, SAC.
Paper Dance, as the name suggests is a competetion where participants in pairs dance on a piece of paper until the music stops. The newspaper is folded in every stop so it gets smaller and smaller with the proceeding rounds. The simple concept of the event is the team which can endure the difficult and diminishing sheet till the end without touching the ground, wins the game. And the exciting part of the game is knowing how they do it.
Following the simple rules for the event, there was a huge crowd of participants as well as audience gathered around at SAC. With Ankit Aryan and Barnali Priyadarshini as coordinators, this event witnessed a footfall of 60 teams, which counts to 120 participants, a good number on count. Along with couples consisting of a guy and a girl, there were teams with 2 boys or 2 girls as well. This event proved to be a huge hit as the participants enjoyed to their fullest and registered in more and more number. Couples grooved to the soulful music tracks and went crazy with the newest music hits being played one after the other.
There were no specific winners declared as it was just a fun event. One could find a lot of energetic and enthusiastic participants who came up for the event. Team Monday Morning congratulates the organizing team of the event for having succesfully carried out the event.