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Hamza Butt wins FCC’s Got Talent

FCC’s Got Talent by Leadership Forum FCC found itself a great turn out on Friday 20 January 2012. A show full of singing, dancing, acting and mimicry performances served to be an entertaining night for all.


The judges for the talent hunt were Cheryl Burke (Dean of Students FCC), Shazia Salman (Assistant Vice Rector FCC), Dr Sufian Aslam (Dean, Chairperson, Professor Department of Physics) and Dr Bashir Ahmed Khan (Dean School of Management FCC). Hamza I Butt stole the show by singing ‘Tears in Heaven’ by Eric Clapton while playing on his keyboard. Second came the Signature Group Music Society FCC, a group of 10 boys and girls mixing western and eastern music and singing without instruments. The third place went to Roger Clement and Teymur Sarwar who displayed their political mimicry act leaving the crowd laughing out of their seats. All winners were awarded certificates and cash prizes.

Shahrukh Khan Sherwani, one of the participants, was appreciated for playing an instrumental composition from The Godfather, and supporting many solo singers with the guitar throughout the show.

Labeeb, Ahmed Nawaz, Maheen Malik, Zain Mohsin, Roshaan, Madiha Ashraf, Anook, Hadia Akbar, Mujtaba, Hamza Zaidi, Mark, Iris, Tehreem Fatima, Fawad Javaid, Hamza Butt and Sibtain, Rija and Co performed singing acts. Adeel Qayum, Muhammad Zaki, Islamuddin and Co, Kanwal, Khawar Rehman and Co and Shabnum Nawaz danced on various tunes and Shahrukh Khan Sherwani and Christopher Emanuel showed their skill on the guitar. Madiha Khan and Arslan and Co, Sehrish Khan, Azka Ijaz and Ayesha Qasim Ali, and Roger Clement and Teymur Sarwar displayed their acting talent. Rapping was done by Osamah Khalid and Bilal Latif while Shamsher Niazi showed his football tricks.

All in all, the event was no less than a  concert with an audience of over 200 students, faculty and staff. Leadership Forum plans to organize the show again next year to discover and share FCC’s talent.