A Marathi rock show named “Jallosh Marathi Cha” starring Marathi and Hindi Rock Bands organized by Rajendra Mulak Loksewa Pratishtan rocked the youth at Futala Lake on May 29, 2014.
The programme showcased Rock Bands of B-Boys who are said to be winners of “Garv Maharashtra Cha” and the local “Aithvic Band”. The programme also had brought a Fire Dancer named Vishal Desai from Goa.
One of organizers said that this is the second programme organized by the Rajendra Mulak Loksewa Pratishtan, the first one was said to be organized at Sakkardara Lake Garden on April 24, 2014.The organizers said that they wanted to do something for the youth during the summer vacations. They had organized it successfully at East Nagpur and are now organizing it in West Nagpur at Futala.
Anchors Priyanka and Nick tried to infuse enthusiasm among the crowd.
The programme started with a dance number by winner of Dance Superstar named Arjun Nair, who danced to the popular Hindi number “Dewa Shri Ganesha…”
The B’Boyz group performed a spectacular fast dance Hip Hop dance with exhilarating moves and still. The synchronized dance performance won the hearts of the audience. The group had danced to a mix-music from all English and Hindi numbers making the audience wanting more.
Minister of State for Finance & Planning, Energy, Water Resources, Parliamentary Affairs and State Excise Rajendra Bhausaheb Mulak arrived to be accorded a warm welcome.
Nagpur Today spoke to some of the youngsters and wanted to know about such shows held at Futala Lake premises.
Puja Shirodkar, a student said that she is here with her friends and that she had come after a long time to Futala to enjoy the evening life at Futala Lake. She said this Rock show is a boon to her. “Baithey Baithey Free Mey Rock Show Dekhney Ko Milega Toh Kisko Acha Nahi Lagega”.
Amit, Ramesh, Ashok Waghmare, Ravi Wanjari and a group of young guys who managed to get seats on the Parapet (with an advantage of a good view of the show) said that they thank the organizers for organizing such Rock-show for free at the Lake premises. At any other place, they would have to pay a lot of money to enjoy such a show.
Ajay and Yogesh Makhe who were with their families for an evening at Futala, said that they and their children really enjoyed this show. They said that such programmes should be organized on a regular basis at Futala. However, they added that the local authorities should ensure that some orderliness and decorum is maintained by the youth. They said that a place visited by children and families should not have youth behaving in gay abandon and engaging in erotic actions.