A Scene from Alluri Sitarama Raju
The CSE class of 2012 students performed a play on Legendary Freedom Figher Sri. Alluri Sitaramaraju. Mr. T. Ravi Kumar of CSE played the lead role of the renowed freedom fighter. Devendar impressed the audience in the role of British General Rutherford. The play was performed for 35 minutes and audience enjoyed the intense dialogues and patriotic message included in the play. Mr. Ravi Kumar is specially appreciated for his matured performance in the climax scene.
Late Comers - A comedy skit by Theatre Club
A fun filled skit "Late Comers" is performed by the II Year CSE students. The skit shows a batch of students who comes late to the first ever class taken by a newly joined lecturer. The students give hilarious reasons for their late coming and the reaction of the lecturer to those dipped the audience in laughter. Nuthi Naga Sai Teja played the lead role as the lecturer.
Save Nature - A mime performance by Theatre Club, VVIT
Written, composed and directed by the members of Theatre Club, VVIT this mime performance stands special for us. Mime is a tough act to perform and it is only the second time Theatre Club attempted this. This mime is written about how pollution is effecting our lives. Embedded with a beautiful love story, the environmental awareness is highlighted in this act. Eswar Teja of ECE and Sk. Famida of CSE played the lead rules. Venkat Kalyan, Akhil, Saswanth Ram, Yaswanth, Naga Sai Teja are among the other participants.
Vandematharam - A street play
Alluri Sitarama Raju - Mono Action by Our Faculty Mr. VVN Achari
Kanyasulkam - A play by Faculty Members of VVIT
Kanyasulkam is a very famous drama in Telugu states. Written by Legendary Sri Gurajada Appa Rao, Kanyasulkam is a 3 hour long drama consisting of many complex dialogues and scenes. The faculty members of Theatre Club are up to this challenge, rewritten the entire script to shorted it to 45 minutes and enacted successfully. This drama is performed in the Annual Day Celebrations of the college which is thoroughly enjoyed by students and parents. From the, it has become a standard that every year in the annual day celebrations, a drama will be played by the faculty members of VVIT.
Famous Film Star Jaya Prakash Reddy addressing the Club Members
Mr. Jaya Prakash Reddy is a famous tollywood film star, whose love for drama is unmatched. Himself a renowned drama artist, Mr. Reddy took time in his busy schedule to visit VVIT and gave a motivation speech to the members of Theatre Club. In his speech he explained the importance of art in one's enrichment. "Kavyeshu Naatakam Ramyam" which means drama is the best among all art forms, quoted by him. He also urged VVIT to take part in his campaign for saving drama in Telugu states, which is named "JP's Nela Nela Natakam" (Dramas Every Month). to which VVIT agreed happily.