Bollywood's first mentoring programme for actors, The Mentoring Program
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The Mentorship Program is a ticket to Bollywood, and it is the first and most important programme of its kind developed for actors who are searching for a break in Bollywood or any other film industry. It operates on the very straightforward principle of reassuring aspiring actors by providing them with all the assistance they need to achieve a break and stay active in the film industry.
According to Mr. Shyam Kishore, the founder of "The Mentoring program-Ticket to Bollywood," there has always been a need for this kind of programme. In the past, this kind of programme was provided to an earlier to a large extent by the film industries godfathers; however, very few people were fortunate enough to find a real and genuine godfather. Although the circumstances have evolved and there are no longer any godfathers, the questions and the tasks have not altered. Because of this, Mr. Shyam Kishore developed this curriculum with all of the answers that actors are searching for in order to get their careers off the ground. He did so by keeping in mind the personal experiences that he and his colleagues have had working in the film industry.
After attending the National School of Drama in New Delhi and receiving his training there, Shyam Kishore began his career in Bollywood. During his roughly 15 years working in the film industry, he has appeared as an actor, writer, and director in a variety of films and television shows, including Haseen Dilruba, Lamhaa, Shaurya, Murder on the road to Kathmandu, Wo Pehli Baar, Nissabd, Sacred Games, Afsos, Mirzapur, Gormint, The good wife, Slave Market, Upnishad Ganga, Samvid
As a coach for acting, voice and speech, and communication skills in a variety of institutes, including NSD, SRCPA, NIFT, WWI, ICE-Balaji, ASFD, MCRC, MAS, and PREKSHA, among others.
After providing training to more than a thousand actors, Mr. Shyam Kishore recognised the need for a mentorship programme that would assist players in locating all of the appropriate answers for their careers, their well-being, and their lives. Because he feels that success in the film industry requires a total harmony between one's body, mind, and skills, he received training in counselling psychology, which proved to be very useful.
The Mentoring programme "Ticket to Bollywood" is unquestionably going to fill the void and provide future actors with the support they so much need in order to pursue a career in the film business.
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