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While you were doing something inevitably less productive this weekend, Columbia’s own Bollywood fusion dance squad, Dhoom, was competing alongside eleven similar groups at the alliterative and aptly named South Asian Showdown in Boston. Not only were they competing, they were succeeding! The team placed second in the Fusion/Hindi Film category, tying a group of […]

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As of 6 p.m., the annual Pakistani mock wedding, Hangama (which translates roughly to “hoopla”),  is still going strong on the steps. The “dance floor,” also known as College Walk, is abuzz with Bollywood quick-stepping and colorful saris, and has been since about 4:30, when the groom rolled up in style on a white horse. […]

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Spiderman and Scarlett Johansson are not the only ones to have visited the CU steps for some film shots — Bwog Editor Chris Szabla came across this clip from the Indian film Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (Never Say Goodbye in English), which was released last August.   The Columbia scene kicks in at about 50 […]

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