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Virtual Maxi Fair concludes on a high note, Aastha Gill and Stavya Kaila perform

Jamshedpur, Jan 31: The second day of the 42nd MAXI Fair has been a delight for all involved. People from all over the country along with the residents of Jamshedpur signed up to attend the biggest virtual mela of the year with an overall footfall of several thousand on Sunday, January 31.

The day started with the event Art Attack by Booklustic and Tagme Furnitures, which witnessed an overwhelming response from more than 100 children who let their creativity, run wild by awakening their inner Picasso, which was evident from the amount of time the judges had to spend to decide the winners.

Stavya Kaila



A new addition to the events this year was Cricket Mania, a pan-India cricket quiz was organised. The event received one of the highest numbers of registrations from all over the country with 50 participants making it to the grand final. The flagship event, ‘Jamshedpur’s Favourite Family’ presented by TYMK Wellness saw families from across Jamshedpur come together to answer questions related to the wonderful city of Jamshedpur along with some brand and marketing trivia. The final was hosted by Radio City RJ Manoj for the ultimate prize of a TV worth 15,000 with hampers for top 5 families, and of course year-long bragging rights upon being crowned Jamshedpur’s favourite family.



In evening MAXI Fair 2021 ended on the highest of notes with a live online concert by music sensation, Aastha Gill. The concert also featured an opening act by the talented Stavya Kaila. Glamorous Aastha Gill of DJ Waley Babu fame made Jamshedpur sing some of her hit numbers. The opening act performed by musician Stavya Kaila lifted the spirits of Jamshedpur and the entire country.  The event gave everyone the exhilarating experience of a concert from the safety of their homes.

Earlier on day 1, Dance Mania was conducted which saw participation from 80+ children under the age of 18. Next up was the event MasterChef by Dugout, judged by Chef Rose from Fooditudeduo who engaged the participants through interesting quizzes and cooking competitions. Ms & Mrs. Jamshedpur contest added glamour to the evening.

The efforts put in by MAXI over the last one year have indeed paid off, and the first ever online MAXI Fair has received extremely positive reviews from Jamshedpur and beyond.

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