The city was back again at celebrating their favourite three hours of fun-filled winter morning at the ‘Happy Streets’ organized by The Times of India in association with Bidhannagar City Police and presented by Shyam Steel. The event took place at the T-junction in front of Central Park at Salt Lake on Sunday. Thousands of revellers joined in to make the morning eventful.
The huge bustling crowd was full of enthusiasm. The 2-km T-junction in front of Central Park turned to a carnival zone. The morning started with a scintillating performance by Indro Roy Chowdhury on sitar and Sanjiv Pal on tabla. It was followed by a Zumba session by Rusa Banerjee, which made the energetic crowd groove to the tunes. A beautiful flute performance by Raman and beatboxing by Fuchi fuelled the audience’s energy.
Besides these performances, there were a whole lot of other activities for the revellers, in which people from all age groups participated to have fun. There was a football drill by the all-women Roshni soccer team from Rajabazar, which was set up by Times Woman Hero Shahina Javed.
Other events at the venue comprised Fun on Wheels, Zumba sessions by Dropbeats, karate demonstrations by Kolkata Gojukai Karate Do, children’s activities by Bakediets Private Limited and Little Gym, yoga session by Yoga Plus, a street-art installation by artists Rahul Chakraborty and Steve Ghosh, and a tug of war organized by Shyam Steel.
Apart from such games, there were family activities by PS Group where various games like twister, dumb charades and others that were thoroughly enjoyed by children and their parents.
To keep the crowd hooked, the event also had dedicated zones to play cricket, football, basketball, badminton and cycling. Many came to this Happy Streets edition with their friends and family just to enjoy the carnival-like atmosphere and reclaim road space to spend quality time together.
Visitors at the event said they wanted more episodes of Happy Streets to enjoy in the fun-filled atmosphere.
Source: Times of India