‘Film academy can help in exploring the hidden talents of C’garh’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 05 Jan 2017 10:27:08


Staff Reporter,

RAIPUR,

Jan 4,

Bollywood actor Bhagwan Tiwari observed that a film academy should be set up in Chhattisgarh to train artists of Chhattisgarhi movies.


Talking to media persons here on Wednesday, the actor claimed that there is lack of trained artists in Chhattisgarhi film industry and to make good Chhattisgarhi movies, a film academy can come as a great asset. Therefore a film academy should be opened in Chhattisgarh to train artists, he stated.


A film is a concept, in addition, it is physiological play that binds the audience through scenes, said Bhagwan Tiwari who hails from Ambikapur town of Chhattisgarh whose upcoming serial “Gulam” would be broadcast on Life Ok channel from January 16. Narrating the story of the serial, the actor said that he had played the role of wrestler Choudhary Bhishma Pratap in the serial.


The story of the wrestlers and social condition of women in Haryana is the storyline of the serial, Tiwari said. Bhagwan said that he was interested in watching movies during his school days in a video hall in Ramanujganj and he tried to copy the actors before friends and thus he developed an inclination towards acting. “I joined Indian People’s Theatre Association (IPTA) Ambikapur and started doing street plays and people applauded my work. I went to Delhi and joined theatre groups in National School of Drama,” actor Tiwari said Later on, Bhagwan Tiwari started to work in TV serials and moved to Mumbai in 2001. He has acted in several movies including Masaan, Ekees Topon Ki Salami, A Wednesday, Commando, Special 26 and others. His upcoming movies -Shah Rukh Khan-starrer ‘Raees’, ‘Once Again’ and others would be released this year. Actor Tiwari train children from rural areas of Chhattisgarh including Surguja, Surajpur and Narayanpur in arts.