It’s time to rock unmaad

Get ready for a cul-fest that gives any national bash a run for it’s money — IIM Bangalore’s Unmaad 2017

Published: 16th January 2017 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th January 2017 11:21 PM   |  A+A-

Express News Service

IIM Bangalore’s cultural fest Unmaad, in its 21st edition, being held from January 27-29. This edition of Unmaad will host the musician and singer Amit Trivedi along with Jonita Gandhi, Divya Kumar and the stand-up comedian Zakir Khan at the Pronite on January 29. Indian Rock bands The Local Train and Agam will also be a part of the festivities.

This time, Unmaad goes international with the ‘World Cultural Fiesta’, which will have artistes from around the world in the field of performing arts. This year’s theme for the fest is The Island of Dreams. As part of Unmaad 2017, the students of IIM Bangalore have partnered with Gift Your Organ foundation and Apollo Hospitals to organise a mass organ donation awareness and sign-up campaign. This campaign plans to make people aware about the benefits of organ donation.

Unmaad has a host of events lined up to entertain people across all age groups, and participation from over 200+ colleges across the country. From music enthusiasts battling it out to be the best Rock band at the B-School of Rock, to groups competing to rule the dance floor at Footloose, there are shows for all. Be it Haute Couture – the fashion show, Chef’s Hat – a chance to showcase culinary skills, or the Unmaad Quiz, every event in the fest is fun-filled. There’s prize money of `11+ lakhs to be won this year.

To register for the events at Unmaad 2017, please visit

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