Kids were roped in for judging the Puja pandals and rating them on basis of creativity. Abir Chatterjee was there to guide them and turned judges on Day 1 of The Neotia University Presents TTIS Choto Chokhe Boro Pujo in association with Snow Park.
Abir Chatterjee was there to guide them and accompany them at South Kolkata and Dumdum pandals.
Abir Chatterjee and the young judges began their Sashthi at 95 Pally, Jodhpur Park, which won the award for Best Application of Science and Technology in Puja.
Abir enjoyed a Bengali lunch of Kosha Mangsho and roti (instead of rice) at Swissotel.
Fangirls and fanboys stopped Abir to take selfies, once in a while he would stop to pat a kid on the cheek or ruffle their hair. Awww!
The Best Pujo award to Dum Dum Park Bharat Chakra. The people of Dum Dum Park Bharat Chakra are extremely warm. They are all attached to the parar pujo which makes them deserving of the Best Pujo award.
Abir, who stopped for several selfies and also played the dhaak while the CCBP judges danced.
The growing clamour of “Please join us for a dance!” from the youngsters. “Please, leave me out! I really can’t dance,” pleaded the actor. But no one’s listening!
And before long he had to give in and groove with the CCBP gang.
After a round of pandal-hopping, the judges needed a break. And their chill time was really chill! Abir plays with snow and enjoys the “snowfall” (below) at Snow Park.
While talking about his experience, says, it was “Really refreshing! The best part about youngsters and kids judging the pandals is that they have no preconceived ideas, they’re honest and very spontaneous in their reactions.”