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Mystique 2023: A Fusion of Talent, Culture, and Management Excellence Rocks H.R. College

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Mumbai’s cultural and management heartbeat echoed with vibrancy and talent as H.R. College, Churchgate, played host to the success of its annual intercollegiate festival, Mystique. A festival organised by the students and for the students across Mumbai from diverse academic backgrounds that took place on the 4th, 5th, and 6th of December 2023 converged to celebrate a shared passion for cultural, sports, and management talent.

The 4th year of Mystique was the buzz of the city with its enchanting success. It was 3 days of holistic experience with 2 days of concert nights headlining the event Project 91 by Sunburn on the 4th of December and Yashraj on the 5th of December, performing live at Karnatak Sports Associations (KSA) Grounds, Churchgate. The team was pleased to have Tanuj Virwani, Divya Agarwal, Vedika Bhandari, Shivshakti Sachdev, Aditya Rawal, Simran Dhanwani, and Murtuza Kutinwala as our panellists to grace their insightful panel discussion on The Crucial Role of Digital Creation in an Actor’s Journey. The wealth of experience and expertise of the judges played a pivotal role in the events and the team would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to Shantanu Maheswari and the Campus Beats team, Darsheel Safary, Gopi Bhalla, Vishal Shelke, our chief guest Jaan Kumar Sanu, Neha Garg, Namita Dubey and many more.

The festival unfolded as a vibrant extravaganza, featuring a diverse array of events unleashing healthy competitions catering to varied interests, stimulating events like Fasla Janta Ka inspired by the renowned show ‘Aap Ki Adalat’, with Mystique’s legacy event ‘Student of the Year’, cultural performances glorifying the stage with their flamboyant personalities While the Fine Arts transformed into a gallery of creativity with masterpieces from young artists. A total of 35 colleges took part in Mystique, out of which the top 3 colleges paved their way to victory, the colleges ranked in the competition were Jai Hind College in 1st place, Thakur College 1st runner up and Kishinchand Chellaram College in 2nd runner up.

Beyond competition, the festival was a celebration of unity, offering various brands and businesses a platform to showcase among the young youth. Food stalls offering flavours from every corner of the world, jewellery, and creative stalls and pop-ups to make the night more glamorous.

The legacy of Mystique at H.R. College serves as a reminder of the power of youth to come together and create something extraordinary with the immense support of their faculty members and two major pillars of the festival, esteemed Principal Dr. Pooja Ramchandani and Teacher in Charge, Ms. Charvi Gada. As the echoes of this year’s festival linger in the air, the anticipation for next year’s edition has already begun, promising an even grander celebration of talent.

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