Mood Indigo 2017 Day 2: The energy and excitement remains constant and fresh!

With an electrifying start on Friday, Mood Indigo continues to be a roaring success on Day 2 today with Clinton Cerejo and Manoj Bajpayee visiting the fest and interacting with the students


Day 2 at Mood Indigo premiered with the Group Thematic Dance competition ‘Indigo Fusion’ held at MTV Convocation Hall. The performers beautifully conveyed the theme with their contemporary dance expressions and left the audience spellbound.

Following this, there was Desi Beats, a Bollywood group dance competition which as magnificent as the name suggests. 

Participants danced to popular Bollywood number spicing up the stage. They scaled up the temperature and unhinged the crowd with their moves.

Meeta Hassani, a proud student of IIT-Bombay said, “The Dance show was great! I admire the amount of variations and talent that MoodI brings under its roof from all around the country.”

The Indian Carnival showcased a vibrant culture of different states of India at the Open Air Theatre. 

The passerby crowd halted here and was amazed as the budding dancers from various dance academy groups took the stage and brought back to life the spirit of our country with some spectacular Folk Dance performances.

Mood Indigo is really fancy! I’m loving the décor here! Everything about this fest is so aesthetic that I get drawn here every year,” Chris Pesso, a student, told Mumbai Live.

Check out what happened on at Mood Indigo Day 1 here: Mood Indigo 2017: Asia's Largest Cultural Festival Kicks Off With A Bang!

Eloquence, the literary fest of Mood Indigo had Cyrus Broacha and Shazia Ilmi coming in for a talk show. His wit and sense of humour kept everyone in the PCSA auditorium involved, even as he drew the audience’s attention to serious topics.

The anticipated guests of the day were Clinton Cerejo, who performed at the Fusion Nite and also conducted an interactive session with one of the most famous production houses of the nation, Friday Filmworks paneled by the legendary Manoj Bajpayee and the founder of Friday Filmworks, Neeraj Pandey.

I come to Mood Indigo every year and this season is also as rocking as ever! Seems like everyone here is going to have their best weekend of the year!” said Sonalee Sahu, a student of St. Xavier College.

Photo credits: Rajas Panshikar