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Vizag Open Mike (VOM): A Flatform for unleashing people’s talent


In a bid to unleash the hidden talent and creativity among the people of Visakhapatnam, a platform called Vizag Open Mike (VOM) organized an exclusive event “Age/Language/Gender No Bar” on Sunday at Kurtosshhh restaurant in MVP Colony.

People from across all age groups participated and enthralled the audience with their inherent skills and mesmerizing performance in singing, story-telling, music, poetry, and Shayari. “It’s very nice that we were able to associate with VOP, to encourage and promote to create a new platform where anyone can come and show their in-built creativity be it in music, singing, story-telling, or anything which will be helpful for the public at large, said Uday Kiran Patta, CEO of Hello Vizag ( A online News Portal). It’s a good move to ease the anxieties of those lacking support in coming forward to show their talent under one big creative flatform.


Adnan sabuwala, Co-founder of VOM said that it is our first initiative to provide people of Vizag to display their innate talents such as singing, dancing, and storytelling. Participants can choose the performance of their choice. Many of them prefer singing popular film songs and some perform dance numbers. There are also equal takers for storytelling. We intend to organize these kinds of events every month.

K.V. Rao, GM Projects Visakhapatnam steel plant spoke a few words about the event which has given a fresh lease of life and boosted the morale of all the participants. VOM formed by a group of professionals from various fields with a strong vision to bring back the literary culture, nurture the local talent, and promote public speaking. Sai Varma, Raffi sheik, Rehber khan, Jeevan padala, Rama Raju, and Sridhar members of VOM also participated in the event.

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