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How to analyse a dramatic text as an actor

Updated: Apr 20

How to analyse a dramatic text as an actor* In this session, the students are introduced to the basic narrative elements. Later, the students will learn how to approach any dramatic text as an actor with the help of these narrative tools. This session intends to sensitise the students towards understanding the interiority of a character which is hidden behind its exterior actions.


3rd April, 2022 – 10am to 12 noon


*Session Conducted by Mr Utthana Bharighat*  


Utthana Bharighat is a screenwriter, actor and director who works in films and theatre. He graduated from FTII, Pune, as a topper. He believes that teaching any art is just another way to create art. He feels his classical music training is helping him to be an effective instructor in class. Currently, he is working at FTII, Pune, as an Assistant Professor in Screenwriting.


Feedback: Ass. Prof  Utthana Bharighat     explained in a very simple way as an actor how we should understand the screenplay and enact the same in our own style with our creativity and skill to add  value to the film within the expectations of the Director. Final session was graced by Mr Rabeehashmi and Dr Milind Damle. Almost all the participants expressed their happiness for being part of this course and described the experience as life changing and mentioned that they never even dreamt of becoming a student for acting course :). We all wholeheartedly thanked Mr Sayyid Rabeehashmi , Mr Milind Damle, Prof Jijoy and all the faculties who took sessions for us and also those who were involved in designing the course. Special thanks for the technical support from FTII by Mr Yogesh and Mr Mahesh. Closing remarks were by Mr Rabeehasmi and Mr Milind. They congratulated the participants and wished all the very best. They advised the participants to share their feedback to help them in designing the future programs. Through out Trust, we shared feedback link to all the participants and got their responses.

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