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An Engineer by Profession But An Actor by Passion : Sunny Moza

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Sunny Moza

Sunny Moza, a Masters in Computer Engineering from San Jose State University, U.S.A., is an Indian with dreams of becoming an actor. As a college student he continued theater. After completing his education and internship, Sunny came to Mumbai to try his luck. He got guest roles in “Bhabhi” and “Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi”.

Sunny Moza

Sunny Moza

Alongside he also did ad campaigns and commercials. Although now he is working as a full time engineer, he continues with his passion for acting through performances in various musicals and theatrical productions, shows, independent films and music videos in the U.S.A.

Sunny Moza’s Work

“Kurse”, a short horror film that he conceived, directed and acted in under the banner S.A.D Entertainment, has bagged the Audience Award at the Northern California Film Festival.

He also played the role of lead in “Yellow”, a silent psychological thriller short film which also made it to IFFSA Toronto.

Last year, Sunny enacted in a mainstream premiere of Aaron Loeb’s award-winning play, “Ideation”, which picked up a number of rave reviews.

“According to Plan A”, a short drama film, where he shared screen space with Bollywood actor Ali Fazal, earned the film, “Best of the Fest” award at the Riverside International Film Festival.

He also played a leading role in “Ab Laut Aa”, an electronic dance music video for Sunidhi Chauhan’s first independent single.

He has hosted a various number of shows including “Dance USA Dance”, America’s biggest Indian dance reality show and currently hosts a weekly radio show on Radio Zindagi.

Click here to watch the trailer of his upcoming feature film “Kaaya” which is due to release this year.

True talent always find ways to express. Even, while working as an engineer, he dedicates a part of his life to his dreams, makes him a true Talented Indian.

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POETRY

“Why be biased to complexions?” Aranya Johar Questions the Society

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Aranya Johar’s latest spoken-word performance, titled A Brown Girl’s Guide to Beauty, has taken the internet by a storm. The 18-year-old young and bold poet, has been a popular name in poetry circles for a while now after her poetic performance titled ‘A Brown Girl’s Guide to Gender’, had gone viral.

India is a nation that is obsessed with skin colour. In almost every Indian household, young girls and boys are taught to believe that fair or light skin is better. It’s a problem that has been discussed at large, and many men and women have spoken up about how this skin color bias affected them growing up.

Aranya Johar

Aranya Johar

In Aranya’s latest poem titled “A Brown Girl’s Guide to Beauty” she talks about how beauty brands and the people around humiliated her for being brown.

She emphasized on how young girls and boys have become conscious to their body image and colour primarily because magazines have images of glossy and flawless men and women on their covers.

She rounds up her poem by explaining that before we expect people to love us for who we are and how we look, we have to love ourselves.

Aranya Johar

Aranya Johar

The poem is important at a time when we’re teaching kids to embrace their identities and not be ashamed of themselves. Young parents could take a leaf out of her poem, so that they don’t end up body shaming their kids like our parents and scores of uncles and aunties did to us.

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PHOTOGRAPHY & SKETCHES

Spreading Colors of Creativity through his Canvasses : Mrinal Dutt

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Inspired by the highly acclaimed modern painter MF Hussain, Mrinal Dutt, a young promising artist making huge strides in the art world, employs his art as a medium for expressing his perspective and imagination. A self-trained craftsperson, he has many accolades and exhibitions to his credit, both in India and abroad.

Ardently passionate about his craft, his interest can be traced to his boyhood days when he particularly enjoyed sketching and painting. Ever since, he has closely held on to his passion, consistently refining his skills and perfecting his techniques in his growing up years and today, we know him as a stalwart in his field. His oeuvre is primarily reflective of the diversity of the Indian mythology and culture.

His mythical rendition of the lived experience of Indian life is exemplified in his work on the rural Indian women, for which he had won the gold medal at the Art Fest 2016, organized by Kala Aksar Group.

He was also felicitated in the Art Fiesta held last year from 22nd -26th December at Jawahar Kala Kendra in Jaipur.

Some of his work


Admiring his inventiveness and creativity, The Talented Indian is delighted to share a few paintings from his collections and wishes him the best in all his future endeavors.

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MUSIC

‘Nai Jaana’ (Cover) Ft. Ridam Arsh

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Nai Jaana is a song that depicts the story of an artist, story of a singer and story of a girl. This song is a new folk rendition originally sung by Neha Bhasin.

The song has been beautifully covered by Ridam Arsh, who is a law student from Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, Delhi. For Ridam, music is her passion and a moral law. Music gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.

Click here to listen to song now.


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Acoustic Version of Tere Mere Song by Dhvani Bhanushali

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Dhvani Bhanushali, the 19 year old young petite singer, created a frenzy among her social media fans with her performance at the Hungama Spotlight ‘Rising Star’. She was the youngest singer ever on the show and she sang several of her favourite tracks along with giving us an insight about the favourite things in her life.

Currently pursuing double graduation in BCom and BME, Dhvani started her musical journey in school as a part of choir and then had a formal training from the age of 13. Dhvani has received love for her version of songs on her YouTube channel that has around 44,000 subscribers and is growing with each passing day. The magic of her voice went viral across platforms with Carpool Mashup version of ‘Gulabi Aankhein/Shape of You’, her first Mashup with Sandesh Motwani.

Recently, T-Series came out with the acoustic version of Tere Mere Song from the movie Chef. Sung by Dhvani Bhanushali, the song is sure to fill your heart with its soulful music. The song features the very beautiful Dhvani Bhanushali who’s earlier song- Humsafar has been a hit with the masses. This time too, she’s all geared up to mesmerize us with her musical charm.

This romantic track from Chef has a buffet of emotions to offer and will leave you teary-eyed and long for your partner all the more. The powerful vocals, further takes this romantic rendition to another level and the tunes of acoustic guitar add to the whole setting perfectly.

Watch out for this song that is all set to carry your heart with love!



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A Singing Sensation with Enigmatic Personality & Charm : Varsha Tripathi

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Varsha Tripathi, a singer, performer and a YouTuber, was born and brought up in Kolkata. She started singing at the age of four and is trained in Indian Classical Music under Ustad Waseem Ahmed Khan sahab from the Agra Gharana. She was a finalist in Zee Bangla Saregamapa and the runner up of India’s First web series Close Up Websinger under the mentorship of Pritam. With more than 2 million views on her cover of the song Duaa got her recognition over internet.

After getting recognition on the internet, she was picked up by #fame to become a famestar on its LIVE app where she hosted a show called ‘Dil Se …with Varsha’ and got to interview many celebrities from the music industry.
One of the many highlights of her career, is her performance with the legendary A.R.Rahman. She has sung for the MTV Coke Studio for Mr Rahman and toured with him for many national and international music concerts.

Varsha is also trained in Bharatnatyam and Egyptian Classical Dance commonly known as Belly Dancing.

Click here to watch a Showreel of Varsha Tripathi.



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