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Abhedya Artworks presents A Theatrical Experience: Resham & Javeda

Written and directed by Navaldeep Singh, both plays are unique and distinct from each other.

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Theatre is the art of beholding reality through performances, through stories. The ability of a breathtaking performance to move us to a different dimension and give us subtle, yet beautiful moments is indeed a thrilling experience.

With the aim of providing a similarly exciting experience to the audiences, Abhedya Artworks, A Theatre Troupe from Mumbai is touring 5 cities with two of their most celebrated Theatre Productions Resham and Javeda. Written and directed by Navaldeep Singh, both plays are unique and distinct from each other, ensuring its viewers’ diverse experiences in a single show.

On one hand, Javeda explores the theme of a forbidden love story between two individuals who defy all odds simply through the power of their love, while on the other Resham is a hilarious political satire featuring a rural village, with some delightfully sardonic commentary on the priorities of this nation’s government.

With an immensely talented cast and crew, Navaldeep’s Abhedya Artworks will begin its journey from Bangalore on 18th May with their first show at KEA Prabhath Rangamandira. They will then head to Gwalior, Delhi and Pune before they finally conclude the tour in Mumbai.

The show dates and timings are as follows
Bangalore- 18 May, 7:00 PM KEA Prabhath Rangamandira
Gwalior- 24 May, 7:30 PM Natya Mandir, Dal Bazaar
Delhi- 25 May 4:00 PM & 7 PM Akshara Theatre
Pune- 02 June, 7 PM Jyotsana Bhole Sabhagruha
Mumbai- 07 June, 7 PM Sathaye Auditorium, Vile Parle

Don’t miss out on an incredible experience. Go book your tickets on http://bit.ly/Afsaaney

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Metamorphosis And Theatre With Sonakshi Batra

Steered by her perseverance and patience, Sonakshi Batra, is a brilliant theatre artist. Let’s dive into The Talented Indian’s interview with her.

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Sonakshi Batra

Acquainted with theatre since the age of 6, Sonakshi believes in tramping over the benchmark former great actors have set. She was enrolled in several workshops conducted by National School of Drama at the age of 6. She witnessed the change from being a hesitant child initially reluctant in going to the workshop to feeling “devasted” at the conclusion of the workshop. She believes her parents kickstarted and fostered her interest in theatre, tells that they were theatre enthusiast themselves, his father even had his own theatre group back then and her primary inspiration rests with her father’s acting skills. Oftentimes you need a retrospective eye to recognize your potential and give you a direction. Engaged in commercials and serials at a tender age she was given that direction where she found her joy by her parents which she carried out avidly after college by herself.

Sonakshi has worked in the remarkable plays like “Romi-Juli” directed by Mohit Tripathi and “Machli Jal Ki Rani” directed by Shilpa Shukla and has been a part of commercials for Parle 20-20, Airtel, Vivo and Nescafé. She accepts her efforts as a necessary endeavor in achieving her goal and declines calling the small “hurdles” as “struggles”. She marks failures as a sort of ‘Riyaz’ for the actual performance that lies ahead, as an opportunity for introspection and improvisation.

As an actor she is inspired by the work of Pankaj Kapoor. She also adds that she would want to play the role of a murderer in a murder mystery. In leisure she enjoys listening to music, practicing new tunes on her ukulele, watching movies and writing. She always knew she was meant for a creative field like this and cannot adapt herself to the 9 to 5 schedule of MNC jobs. No wonder, she courageously left one such job within 12 days to pursue theatre.

“Jab yuddha nahi ho raha hota tab yuddha ki tayari ho rahi hoti hai”, Sonakshi tells quoting her father’s advice to which she abides by. She believes attaining one’s goal is a result of perseverant efforts. In dark times when you’re low you can always seek support from the close ones but life is about treading on, she believes.

For her acting is a revitalizing process, where every day you adapt to the new identities with different professions, learn new things to create your own distinct identity. Theatre is a reflection of society on a stage, metamorphosis in real life is helpful in the reel and the lessons of reel life are the crux of transformation in the real life, she implies.

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Meet Archak Chhabra, A Promising Young Actor

Making his mark with short films and performances in many web series, Archak Chhabra has a bright future ahead.

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Acting is one of those crafts which seems effortless and accessible enough but is deviously tricky to master. And understandably so! It’s hard to figure out oneself let alone a completely different person whose skin you need to get into. Many people use acting as a form of escapism; they take refuge in the storytelling and enjoy being someone else for a while. And some do it to explore things they wouldn’t do themselves but can do as a character. 

One of Shakespeare’s most famous lines is, “All the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely players”. Maybe we do use acting without even realising it, who knows? Archak Chhabra is a young actor who is not limited. He has starred in short films ‘Khujli’ and ‘Shunyata’. And also in the music videos of ‘Kesariya Balam by Avanti Patel’ and ‘Tore Bin by Avanti Patel’.  

In more active roles he has starred in ‘Asur’- A Voot Select original in which he played the role of Aditya Jalan. But that’s not it. He’s also appeared in a feature film directed by popular director Ram Gopal Verma called ‘12 o’clock’. His trajectory has only gone upwards and we can expect him to go even higher!

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Born and brought up in NTPC Dadri (about 40kms from Ghaziabad, U.P) in a township, Archak attended Amity University to pursue BSC in IT. But for him, pursuing acting isn’t mutually exclusive to other learning opportunities. Apart from acting, he also loves coding and music. His life changed when he attended a workshop by the ‘adishakti’ theatre group in Pondicherry.

He gets his motivation from self-awareness and his family and believes that it takes time for people to realise what their unique talent is.

We wish him all the best for his career and can’t wait to see him become the ‘next big thing’!

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Exploring The Essence Of Life Through Theatre With Gaurav Dubey

In a recent exchange with The Talented Indian, Gaurav Dubey, an incredible theatre artist, discussed about his journey from the start.

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Oscar Wilde once said, “I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.” That is the dynamism of the theatre. It introduces us to the truest essence of the human through its stage and curtains. Today, we bring you the journey of one such actor who portrays the finer nuances of life on stage. In a recent exchange with The Talented Indian, Gaurav Dubey recalled his journey towards his dream, i.e. theatre.

Born in Satna, Madhya Pradesh, Gaurav graduated from the University of Delhi. Ever since he was a child he was interested in the theatre but his middle-class background did not prove instrumental in nurturing his passion. Although his love for acting was clear since childhood as he watched movies and used to wonder the magic behind the song, dance and music, over the years, like any other kid, his interests kept changing from becoming a pilot to a lawyer. However, his love for acting stayed intact and it was something that he wanted to pursue all along.

As a theatre actor, he participated in numerous ‘nukkad nataks’ portraying the real issues of society and raising awareness among people. His street plays include AAJEVIKA regarding equal rights for women, DASTAK that talks about the harassment faced by the women in the society and PEHCHAAN that puts the limelight on LGBTQ community, among others.

He believes the street plays that he performs not just raises awareness for others but for themselves too since before the act lands on paper, it has a long process of research that includes sharing of real-life stories and meeting different people from varied lifestyles, approaches and perceptions. Such amalgamation of various encounters molds the senses of the artist and craves unparalleled talent.

It was during his third year that he discovered the magical world of theatre and decided to pursue it. The best part of this journey was the unconditional support of his father. Inspired by the actor Raj Kapoor, he admires the innocence in his eyes and appreciates the social message his films conveyed. This ability of theatre and cinema to bring about a social change turned out to be his motivation for his art.

It has been three years since he has been learning his craft and all this while he understood that failure for him is when he is unable to characterize himself as the one assigned to him by the director. He also highlighted the importance of being educated in the craft of acting, by stating that “in an industry where the definition of hero or success needs to evolve, such education comes in handy while sailing towards ones ambition.” Finally, while concluding he stated that he aspires to work with Sanjay Leela Bhansali, and we at The Talented Indian wish him good luck for his dream. May we see you on big screen soon!

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Talent is the Engine, fuel it with hard work: Actor, Director Nikhil Chaudhary

Nikhil Chaudhary in his recent interview with The Talented Indian speaks about his journey as an actor and director throughout his college life and ahead.

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Natural Talent is like an engine, you need to fuel it with hard work every day, these kind words of Nikhil Chaudhary has made him a marvellous actor and director. In a recent interview by The Talented Indian team, he shared his journey from Kanpur to IIT Delhi and then becoming one of the best theatre artists in the city.

He was born in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh and further moved to Delhi for B.Tech proceeding towards M.Tech at IIT, Delhi. He was passionate about acting and directing and believed that it was a natural activity that everybody performs daily.

After his graduation, he set up a theatre society called ‘Alchemy’ along with three alumni of IIT Delhi and MNNIT Allahabad and aimed at inspiring young aspirers of acting and provide a stage for them to follow their passion. He believes in theatre being a life-changing activity that has the power of transforming people’s lives through imaginative storytelling and creating a cultural force.

He is inspired by Actor Matthew McConaughey and Director Steven Spielberg and aspires to become a filmmaker and a global theatrical artist. He also draws motivation from time and believes that when hard times arrive people to swing with the flow, be relaxed, and come back strongly. 

His favourite memory of college days were friends, tea, and lectures. As he learned and grew to become one of the best actor and directors he had performed and directed more than 40 shows and further in 2016 he was honoured to have been trained with the members of the Shakespeare Society at University of Leicester, United Kingdom and also had the opportunity to act in ‘Merchant of Venice’ with ‘Dramatech’ group that received an award for their performance as ‘Best English Play’ by Sahitya Kala Parishad, New Delhi.

A Still from Natyachalak

Speaking of encouraging the younger generation that aspires to be like him, he wishes to motivate them to do whatever in life because it’s the only one that you get and we are ought to use it wisely. He believes that every individual is talented in his own way and no talent must be wasted. He values people and wants them to stage their skills and become better at it with each passing day.

Even through the ups and downs of life, there wasn’t a moment where he thought that acting was not his cup of tea. It was that zeal and motivation that kept him afloat through the rough waves in life and the struggles have been his best teacher so far.

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Felicity In Being A Theater Artist: Pragya Sharma

Tracing the crests and troughs of her journey from being an introvert kid to being a theater artist, Pragya Sharma expresses her dedication towards the field.

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It is said theatre is a sacred place for actors, Pragya Sharma affirms the thought and believes a person should pursue theatre at least once. Born and brought up in Delhi, she used to be an introvert and diffident child but theatre succored her to come out of that cocoon and perform in front of the audience.

Recounting a childhood incident, Pragya describes her excitement of being selected in a play and how she stumbled with her lines on the D-day. She tells that the motivation behind her ardor for theater alludes to that day. She always wanted to be inside the “entertainment box”, television, as a child but it was not earlier than in class 11th when she realized that science wasn’t her subject of interest and dropped her juvenile dream of becoming an astronaut and joined theater inspired by a cousin.

As much as she is gratified towards theater, she is equally thankful to her theater teacher, Shilpi Marwaha who always invested trust and belief in her. Pragya tells that she owes not only theater lessons but various life lessons to her as well. She quotes one of them to be “Jab himmat khatam ho jaati hai tab taakat kaam aati hai”. She also admires the work of Al Pacin, especially in Scent of a woman.

It is one’s perseverance and dedication that paves the way, she believes. She also highlights the irony of the skeptical society that believes that hard work isn’t paying if it doesn’t pay you money. It is when we stop relying on having someone’s back and begin to whet our skills in the desired craftwork no matter what, then is the time we start moving towards the place where we always wanted to be, she tells.

The felicity and contentment that performing on the stage brings her to push her gusto for theater further, discarding all the bubbles of negative thoughts. Pursuing theater, she met inspiring people during her nukkad natak performances who fascinated her with their real-life tales. “It makes me realize the power of what I do”, she says.

Believing in the power of failure in molding the best sculpture out of you, she adores her failures and buckles up to try once again with added efforts. She signs off with a message that in a life with an inconsistent future one must believe in nature’s secretive helping ways and be persistent in working towards one’s dream.

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