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Celebrating 2 decades of fun, zeal and togetherness
Eighteen institutes, One school, 4000 students, 500 faculty & staff, come together to celebrate METís Annual Day.

As a part of MET’s two decades celebrations, MET Utsav ‘s09 Grand Finale took off with high enthusiasm and great expectations. It promised to be a stirring event and it didn’t disappoint. The event started with Omkar Dadarkar singing the Ganpati Vandana in high octane voice. It continued with the Shiv Tandav which left the audience enthralled. Then followed a dance sequence on Slumdog Millionaire. The Bhangra Dance followed soon after with pulsating performances by the group and especially towards the end adding the impromptu dance which left the audience dancing to their tunes. The MET Rishikul Vidyalaya children termed as the ‘pocket size dynamites’ were the eventual show stealers earning a standing ovation. The hosts of the event played a small quiz in between distributing prizes to every correct answer.

The Jugalbandhi was very melodious followed by the ‘Mazdoor Union’ band which rocked every corner of the hall. Says a MET student present at the event “it was awesome especially the vocalist who sang ‘anjaane kyon’ was really mind-blowing.” Followed a host of songs by the winners of solo singing competition which left the audience spellbound. A small video showing a host of celebrities including Suresh Wadkar, John Abraham. Soon after followed a sequence of dances that took the audience to most of the States of India. From the Tibetan contemporary dance to the Maharashtrian folk dance, it comprised of all dance forms captivating the audience. An MET parent says “it was very good and I liked Bhangra the most”. A tribute to late Michael Jackson and the Still Dance mesmerized the audience. The Fashion show moved back to the 4 decades of Bollywood capturing the groove and nostalgic feel of the retro times.

“Rocking & loving each moment of it” says smiling Amol Gupte, brain behind Taare Zameen Par and Shri. Suresh Wadkar, legendary playback bollywood singer also graced the event.

The audience left the hall with corrosive impact of rich culture and power packed performances by METizens.

MET Utsav in full swing

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