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Daali Dhananjaya beats the drum for Yuva Sambhrama

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Mysuru: Yuva Sambhrama got off to a colourful start with Sandalwood actor Dhananjaya beating the native drum at open air theatre, Manasagangotri in the city on Friday.

Dhananjaya accompanied by Cooperation and District incharge Minister S T Somashekar and several other dignitaries gave a start to Yuva Sambhrama that also acts as a prelude to many attractions related to Dasara 2022 that unfold in phases.

Dhananjaya clad in white full sleeves shirt and dhoti brought in traditional flavour to the event that is a platform for thousands of college students to showcase their talents in various art forms during the annual event.

Dhananjaya who went down memory lane recalled his student days in Manasagangotri.

“Yuva Dasara was being organised here and I still remember enjoying the evenings those days. We should have a control on our mind and develop a free thinking ability”, recalled Dhananjaya.

Such festivals should be a daily affair and should be celebrated by one and all irrespective of caste and creed, said Dhananjaya who also entertained his fans with popular dialogues from his movies- Tagaru, Badava Rascal and Monsoon Raga.

Earlier as Dhananjaya walked towards the stage, the ecstatic fans greeted him calling- Daali, Daali that reverberated in a deafening tone, and waving their hands at him.

Minister Somashekar said “As decided by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai led State Government, Dasara is being celebrated on a grand scale this year, as Covid cases are receding gradually”.

– Team Mysoorunews 

Students perform at the inaugural of Dasara Yuva Sambhrama in Mysuru on Friday
Students perform a traditional dance
Students clad in colourful costumes
The audience at Open Air Theatre, Manasagangotri

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