K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: In order to encourage the local talent among the artists, the department of language and culture of the Telangana state and the Telangana Ethnic Theatre arts society has launched the 20-day intensive Acting workshop in Karimnagar town on Sunday.
Additional Collector GV Shyam Prasad Lal, senior gynaecologist Dr M Vijaya Lakshmi, eminent anchor Madishetty Gopal, Bala Gokulam incharge Rammohan Rao, Shiva Sai home foods founder Sujatha Reddy, MASK institute founder Bhunatha Chary, Memu Saitham foundation founder Chakilam Swapna and others participated in the inaugural programme.
On this occasion, The Additional Collector said that the erstwhile Karimnagar district was known for the renowned artists in various fields. He appreciated the Telangana Ethnic Arts Society founder Shivaram Reddy for taking measures for bringing back the past glory to the Karimnagar district by encouraging the artists and unravelling their hidden talent by conducting a 20-days workshop. He also called upon the artists to utilise the growing popularity of Cinema, TV and social media channels to show their talent.
Several children and others have enrolled to undergo training in acting at the 20-day workshop, several. The participants would be trained in tools of acting, mimicry and unfolding their creative skills. The Telangana Ethnic arts society which had earlier conducted two workshops had produced two plays “the PubG quit and “Amma avani” is also planning to produce another play with the participants with a social message. Shivaram Reddy, Rajashekhar, Mahender, Chanti, Praveen, Srinivas, Balaraju and others were also present.