Kuwait, April 12: In true musical crescendo, the evening of Friday April 9th2010, blew cold at first and then blew hot …and hot and then got fiery in its climax!
Welcome to the Indian Carnival 2010, at the Doha Entertainment city and the atmosphere was that would receive you was just like the weather, cool and breezy, relaxed and easy, fun and tease..yyy.
Creative Indians Association’s entertainment wing Hot Stepper held true to its reputation and treated us to a program which was tailored to regale the Asian community in Kuwait with an extravaganza of Indian culture, Indian food and Indian music.
Hosts Nita, Loyd and Mervin carried their offstage camaraderie on to the stage and involved the audience in getting to know the sponsors better with a quiz spur and prizes galore. The wonderfully interactive audience made their endeavor a pleasant one.
The Indian community in Kuwait stood up to the challenge and took part on stage with wonderful performances by groups in the Little Peoples category and the Teenagers category. The way their bodies shook, moved and gyrated very very creatively to the rythym of the music, made me wonder if I would even be able to don the leotard in the amount of time in which they actually performed so spectacularly!:-) . Special performances showcased by an Indian classical dance by Mr. Dinesh and a song medley by Ms. Neha Batra showed the versatile nature of the carnival. In the Childrens’ category, Desi Strikers charmed the audience and were awarded for their performance showcasing the Indian tricolor costumes and the appearance of Lilliputian Mrs. Indira Gandhi and Mahatma Gandhi. In the teens category the Dillusions took home the award with time-spaced and synchronized dancing and a beautiful blend of the female and male dancers moving to the beat. They also used features like masks and acrobatic steps.