Red FM's top Rjs grace Mood Indigo 2012
MUMBAI: Times flies especially when one is having fun. Four days of revelry ended for thousands of students as their favorite and undoubtedly the largest cultural fest in Asia, Mood Indigo, closed for the annual year. There was a huge sense of pride and achievement among all students, including the organizing team and contingents, as 93.5 RED FM’s RJ Nasar declared the fest ‘Closed’.
Mood Indigo, fondly called as MoodI, is the annual cultural festival of the revered institute IIT Mumbai. Held in December every year, the fest attracts a whopping 80,000 students from more than 600 colleges. MoodI is a unique platform for young entertainers to unleash their true potential and showcase their talent. It was only apt for some of this talent to be judged by RJs from India’s largest radio network – 93.5 RED FM.
India’s no.1 RJ, Malishka from 93.5 RED FM was one of the judges for the flagship event, Mr and Ms. Mood Indigo, where contingents battled it out to bring the title to their respective college.
‘The International Nite’ was of the most awaited events of the fest. This year team MoodI welcomed renowned Canadian pop punk band Simple Plan to their campus. The brand travelled exclusively to India to perform at this fest on 22nd December which was hosted by none other than RJ Rishi Kapoor of 93.5 RED FM. The band performed popular numbers such as (name a few) for the excited fans.
RJ Nasar also hosted the Mantra finals. This event saw college bands competing by belting out Indian tunes with their musical instruments. For all you know, the next AGNEE or JAL might be from here. RJ Nasar also hosted the ‘Popular Nite’ for the fest, which was a live concert by none other than the legendary duo Salim-Sulaiman. They gave a powerful performance along with a fully-equipped orchestra and choir. The dynamic duo enthralled the audience with diversifying genres of music such as Sufi, Rock, R&B and Soul.
Nisha Narayanan Sr vice president project and programming commented: " We are proud to be partners to Mood Indigo 2012. It is one of largest cultural festival of any college in India and it gives Red FM and it's RJs a great platform to connect with our target audience. Like always are RJs rocked the show".