THE EARLY MORNING SURPRISE:
Raahgirs got a surprise with a flash mob session on the TOI stage on Sunday , which is supported by the Times of India. As the fun and fitness rounds began at Connaught Place, some danced and sang, while others indulged in different activities.
WITH BHOJUPRI TADKAA: “Raahgiri means a friends' reunion every weekend with a lot of fun and work-out sessions,“ said Priya, who came to CP from Dwarka.As soon as the flash mob got over, the beatboxing performers, Meet Singh and Jaspreet Singh, came on stage and sang some fusion Punjabi folk songs and coupled it with beatboxing. The stage was later taken over by the dancers from Anew Dance Academy . While the group danced on Bollywood hits, the highlight of their performance was a dance on the Bhojpuri song Lagawe Tu Jab Lipstick.
DIWALI IS AROUND THE CORNER: The Jain Street Play Group performed a nukkad natak on having a less noisy Diwali near the stage. “I feel proud to see the young generation getting sensitized about crucial problems in the society,“ said Raghu Singh, a 60year-old Raahgir. The crowd cheered for singer Ravindra Singh, as he got on the stage and sang songs like London Thumakda and DJ Wale Babu.