Principal Correspondent/Ranchi
Ten days workshop on Film Making and Acting organized by Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University School of Journalism and Mass Communication Department and Directorate of Cultural Affairs, Tourism, Art Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs, Government of Jharkhand Beginning of the third day workshop of “Jharokha – 2021” On the occasion of Jharkhand Foundation Day and the birth anniversary of Dharti Aba Bhagwan Birsa Munda, tributes were paid to him. In the first session of the workshop, journalism and filmmaking students of the state were shown this documentary directed by Faiza Ahmed Khan, which depicts the struggle of small-town cinema lovers. Along with this, the important facts and techniques related to it were explained to the students analytically and after the students watched this drama, the students reviewed it.
Dr. Anil Kumar Thakur, a renowned dramatist and lecturer of Hindi, who was present on the occasion, said that today his session was specially based on acting. In the film, gestures, juices, everything happens in front of the camera, so first of all it is necessary to observe the best films and watch the classical film. Describing the advantages of the students present in the workshop, he informed about the requirements of special qualities to become an actor and said – “There have been many such actors in the world who are born, their name in the world is an actor anyway, but If you want to become a serious actor, then by coming to the workshop for this, you will get to know about many things through them. He will get to know about literature, about the type of acting, about the type of rasa and gesture, all these things which an actor needs to know”.
Present in the workshop, Chief Guest Dr. Mohammad Ayub, Dean of Humanity and Director, Department of Journalism said – “Workshop is being organized in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication Department of Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University in collaboration with Directorate of Cultural Affairs, Government of Jharkhand. It is historic in Jharkhand that this is a happy place for the artists of Jharkhand and for all the children across the state, and this is the beginning. Our students are to be congratulated for this being the first workshop on film making and acting. In this way they are getting this opportunity and shooting is going on with us. We have director and producer available who are also associated with practical field; those people are also very experienced. These people should also train our children and move forward in their planning, which is going on such a program, we understand that it will be very beneficial for the artists of Jharkhand in future and the artists who are there will emerge and our Will illuminate the name of the state”.