By HM team Malad(West)
Residents of Malad woke up to a bright Sunday morning, Malad street turned into a no vehicle zone for a family fun day with Sports, Games, Yoga, Music, Dance, Food, Fun & Frolic, Arts & Crafts.
25th December, 2016 in Mumbai To bring the local residents together on a Sunday morning, the local residence of Malad had come together with a module call “Malad Masti’, a neighbourhoods free street event in Malad.
Singing sensations Toshi Sabri and Sharib Sabri performed and made the crowd groove to their tunes. There was also Christmas Salsa performance by Raunaque. The event saw the presence of Pooja Banerjee & Meiyang Chang.
The street turned into a huge black board for many children; it was a playground for some others; a platform to showcase talents for school and college students; and a workout area for those interested in yoga and fitness programmes.
“Malad Masti” had organized different sports activity including- Dj Music, Flash Mob, Zumba, Aerobics, Badminton, Cricket, Football etc. Sunday morning saw cyclists, skaters, dancing groups and joggers occupy a 2.5-km stretch of the Mindspace road.
The street was chocked-full by various dancing and fitness groups who educated citizens for a healthy life. But for a group of 12 young skaters, Sunday morning was like a dream come true. They finally had smooth and open space to test their skills without fear of speeding vehicles.
Over hundreds of women, conducted yoga for an hour. Students gave an enthralling band performance. And members of Laughter Club also occupied a space on the vehicle-free road. And, students also marched in with a band performance. A mind blowing performance, street play, by some students, music and races for children were some of the other activities.
The strong team worked day in and out to make this free street dream a reality. Speaking about the street event in Malad , Aslam Shaikh said ” “The event will not only bring the residents together but also bring back the childhood memories and help today’s generation children to play freely and reclaim the street”