Continuing with the powerful performances, day two of ‘Ibtida’, the largest street play festival in the city by PEC University of Technology in association with Elante by Carnival, Urban Theka as Creative partner and Brooklyn Central as Food partner, witnessed energetic acts on April 2nd, 2017.
The vibrant and boisterous environment was graced by the presence of Dr Manoj K. Arora, Director PEC University of Technology and various faculty members.
The chief guest for the occasion was Annu Bains– an interior architect, owner of Brooklyn Central and Producer of the Punjabi film ‘Qissa Punjab’.
To stay true to the spirit of street plays, the event began with a common call to attract the audience.
Various social issues like Pseudo-nationalism, Encouragement of Sports, Road accidents, Burden on farmers, Corruption were highlighted in touching performances by the students of various colleges across India.
Performances of the concluding day included teams from JMIT (Radaur), Punjab College of Technical Education, Dyal Singh evening college, DAV college, Chitkara University (Baddi) and a guest performance by PEC University of Technology.
All present agreed that it was a great initiative by the students of NSS and the Dramatics Club of PEC University of Technology to raise awareness about poignant issues which affect us all, in a creative and entertaining manner.