The creative writing society of Shri Venkateswara College recently organized an online freshers party. Hence, they went for a Cosplay theme. Yes! The Delhi University staple quirky fashion did not lose its charm in the pandemic. With the uncertainty concerning DU reopening, the students have taken a different route. Hence, seniors from various colleges have found a virtual way to greet freshers as well as organize fests.
Petrichor – the creative writing society of Shri Venkateswara College took a similar path. Hence, they also organized a digital freshers party. However, the exhilarating part is fresher’s theme. They chose the theme of Favourite Character Cosplay reviving the typical DU fashion.
This is how Venkateswara College celebrated its online freshers:
Students had a free will to dress up as characters they admire the most from pop culture. Hence, all the new and old society members of Petrichor, Venkateswara College were filled with joy. Naman Kapoor, a student from Economics Hons. cosplayed Joker. Naman had always been a fan of jokes, memes, and even raps. Hence, he went on showcasing his creative streak and entertaining people as Joker.
Anime cosplay done by students:
Students didn’t limit themselves to only American and English cosplays. They went ahead and gave a short on Anime based makeup and costumes. Divya Goyal, a BCom student at Venkateswara College cosplayed Akame from the Japanese anime Akame Ga Kill. Hence, Divya enjoyed dressing up like her favorite character Akame, whom she considers courageous.
Tanushree Singh Balayan chose Harley Quinn as her idol. She admired Quinn for her being a psychotic villain and a passionate lover. Hence, she cosplayed Quinn and also wants to be a woman nobody wants to mess with.
The inspiration behind the cosplay theme at Venkateswara College:
Bhavini Malhotra, a core member of Petrichor is the person behind this idea. Hence, she says, “Cosplay was an ideal theme for freshers. It is a fun way to introduce oneself as someone you admire.” Therefore, the theme befitted the literary society. Also, the team was able to bolster the creativity of freshers in the prevailing humdrum.