Felicity Masterclass with Rohini Hattangadi

05.00 PM

Online event

With Tickets. Rs. 599

2020-07-05 17:00:00 2020-07-05 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Felicity Masterclass with Rohini Hattangadi

Felicity Theatre Charitable Organisation brings to you a fun-filled online workshop conducted by the most celebrated personalities of TV/Bollywood industry

Felicity Theatre takes pride in giving the young generation a thriving atmosphere to grow, discover and practice their passion by giving them the opportunity to learn from the renowned actors, directors of the country.

These workshops are for 2.30 hours providing students with the best experience of their lifetime. The aim of this initiative is to create a never-before opportunity for anyone with a creative spark by giving them a platform to showcase their talents to the public at large.

These workshops will focus on the actor’s individual fears and inhibitions, performing a story, diction, orientation about actor’s work, imagination, spontaneity and playfulness with the help of various crafts of theatre.

Other aspects covered will be creating characters, speech/ monologue, motivation and stage appearance.

A wonderful opportunity for the students to be a part of our first-ever online learning sessions with the maestros of acting/direction.

Master:

Rohini Hattangadi is an Indian actress, known for her work in Marathi language and Hindi Films, Television and Theatre. She has won two Filmfare Awards, one National Film Award, and is the only Indian actress to win the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as Kasturba Gandhi in Gandhi(1982). An alumna of the National School of Drama of New Delhi, Hattangadi had worked mainly in the theatre when she made her movie debut with Arvind Desai Ki Ajeeb Dastaan in 1978. Some of her noted cinematic roles were in such art films as Arth (1982), Party and Saaransh (1984). Hattangadi was mostly offered character roles in mainstream Hindi cinema after her portrayal in Gandhi, often typecast in mother roles much ahead of her years. Respected for her acting prowess, she has appeared in over 80 feature films and is active in theatre and television.

Best Screenplay and Dialogues for the successful Marathi movie Mee Sindhutai Sapkal.

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Felicity Theatre Charitable Organisation brings to you a fun-filled online workshop conducted by the most celebrated personalities of TV/Bollywood industry

Felicity Theatre takes pride in giving the young generation a thriving atmosphere to grow, discover and practice their passion by giving them the opportunity to learn from the renowned actors, directors of the country.

These workshops are for 2.30 hours providing students with the best experience of their lifetime. The aim of this initiative is to create a never-before opportunity for anyone with a creative spark by giving them a platform to showcase their talents to the public at large.

These workshops will focus on the actor’s individual fears and inhibitions, performing a story, diction, orientation about actor’s work, imagination, spontaneity and playfulness with the help of various crafts of theatre.

Other aspects covered will be creating characters, speech/ monologue, motivation and stage appearance.

A wonderful opportunity for the students to be a part of our first-ever online learning sessions with the maestros of acting/direction.

Master:

Rohini Hattangadi is an Indian actress, known for her work in Marathi language and Hindi Films, Television and Theatre. She has won two Filmfare Awards, one National Film Award, and is the only Indian actress to win the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as Kasturba Gandhi in Gandhi(1982). An alumna of the National School of Drama of New Delhi, Hattangadi had worked mainly in the theatre when she made her movie debut with Arvind Desai Ki Ajeeb Dastaan in 1978. Some of her noted cinematic roles were in such art films as Arth (1982), Party and Saaransh (1984). Hattangadi was mostly offered character roles in mainstream Hindi cinema after her portrayal in Gandhi, often typecast in mother roles much ahead of her years. Respected for her acting prowess, she has appeared in over 80 feature films and is active in theatre and television.

Best Screenplay and Dialogues for the successful Marathi movie Mee Sindhutai Sapkal.




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