Sunday, August 30, 2015
Raahgiri Day, supported by Times of India, saw the usu al enthusiastic crowd at Dwarka this Sunday
. While some took to the streets to dance, others performed on stage with emcee Raghav Kapoor. From rapping to popping and locking, Dwarka Raahgirs showed off their talent. Shweta, a resident of Sector 11 said, “My boyfriend and I try to come here often. It's a `safe date zone' because all my friends are here and my parents are around, so no one has a problem.Generally , people are nosy and conservative, but here it's all in the open, so my parents don't mind. Today , my boyfriend got on stage and danced as well. Where else can such a thing happen? So I am a happy girl.“ Rashi Kalra, a resident of Tilak Nagar, said, “I recently started attending Raahgiri to get fit. I have also made some great friends here. It's such a warm and welcoming vibe. The best part is, you don't have to look both ways before crossing the street, you can walk freely here!“ Members of the Hansdhwani Music Academy crooned popular songs with the crowd joining them, following which the Critical Innovation Crew enthralled the crowd with their Bollywood and hip-hop dance moves. Nita, a 16-year-old student who was called on stage by the emcee, said, “I would get really awkward dancing in the middle of the road, but everyone has so much fun doing this here that it's not awkward at all.“
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