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Jun 18, 2015
Mount Litera School International, Bandra, celebrated Annual Day

Themed around FROZEN, Students of Mount Litera School International celebrated its first ever Annual Day

Happiness comes in small packages. Little bundles of joy proved this old adage by putting up a stage performance at Mount Litera School International (MLSI) Bandra, to commemorate the Annual Day Celebration 'FROZEN 2015'. The school, located at the heart of Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai proposed the concept FROZEN, based on the 2013 American film. The occasion was graced by the distinguished celebrity and a proud parent, Sushmita Sen.

A total of 64 students from Grade 1 to Grade 5 participated in this celebration. A drama along with a sound and light show was staged by the students based on the concept 'Frozen'. All the students presented remarkable performances with singing, dancing and acting as part of the drama. The set up and the performance of the children was entirely directed by the in-house teachers of the MLSI Bandra. Parents and grandparents of the children were present to witness their spectacular performances.

"A 'Frozen' brrrrrr night to remember at Mount Litera School International!!! A wonderful story, adapted script and fabulous songs that our whole school loved performing. The parents and pupils are still talking about it - a spectacular success!" added Mr. Clive Rogers, Head of School, Mount Litera School International.

"MLSI, its students and faculty members put up an inspiring and heartwarming adaptation of 'Frozen' for their Annual day concert!! Right from singing all the soundtracks themselves to magically recreating the story of the power love...hats off to all the teachers and specially the children for all their hard work concluding in a spectacular show!! I was personally overwhelmed to see my 5-yr-old daughter Alisah dance the 'Waltz' :) Adorable!!" added Ms. Sushmita Sen, a proud parent and Actress.

The performance reflected the effort of each and every pupil. The vivacity of the students was so contagious that it was passed on to all those present, and this was evident from the way the audience enthusiastically cheered the participants on stage. The event was all in all a dazzling success!

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