Their one-liners have you in splits, their poetry makes you think while their music makes you move. It’s all happening in a place where people who love literature and specially love the best approach to represent in a way that one can only imagine.
Fanatixx– a new Open mic club of Rourkela is bringing all the poets, storytellers and comedians on one stage with an intention to take them on national platform.
Recently the second season of ‘Khule Aam Bol‘ has happened and the excited crowd turned out to be double than the first time. What makes this event more worthy to attend is that it’s not only the creative participants who spill the magic beans of their English-Hindi poetry and exciting story telling sessions but also the audience who similarly takes enthusiasm to tune in to their write-ups, giggle on their jokes and responds on each execution. You can without much of a stretch note the holding between the entertainer and gathering of people.
While urban communities like Bangalore and Mumbai are making it a standard custom to unite the writing sweethearts and do their each piece to make a buzz on social media with videos of openmic comedy, poem and inspiring writeups, the effort that fanatixx is puttingup to coordinate that level is extremely calculable, however it has far to go.
Conversing with the young writer Bajrang Sultania & Hemant Bansal from the organizing team, they said that “The main purpose of conducting such events is to find out the best of the best in all the sections of poetry, stand-up comedy and storytellers who make their own contents to represent in front of hundreds of people. And we would love to make game plans to take them to next big stage with an unheard and whole new level of experience.”
Asking another pretty young lady who has been hosting this event from the first season, Neha Jakhotia said that “The performers are realizing that they belong to this place, hence they turn up every time bringing some new talents alongside them and it’s high-time that others should come and listen to them. Open mic is evolving slowly in the city.”
As ‘Khule Aam Bol’ is becoming the talk of the town, it has opened a significant opprtunity to the performers. Who knows if you’ll see some of them on Youtube or facebook video having a million views next time.