As such to be an actor, you do not require any qualifications as such.
But still, you could join acting classes like eg anupam khers acting classes. Another route is through theatre group. You could join a theatre group and get noticed.
But please note lifespan of an actor is shortlived. So best would be to do some short term course or graduation in film making, direction, cinematography, sounds and lighting etc
Wish you good luck...
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Now a days there a ample of students who are interested to be an actor , and to get fame, beside that there are number of Institutions mushrooming every day to provide acting course to the student.
First of all acting is inherent , it is an inborn talent, beside that it require lots of contacts along with good acting skills.
You require to join BJMC course along with this you can also join National School of Drama in Delhi, which is good in providing acting skills and the correct platform to the aspirants.There are many names who started there career form
Acting does not require any academic or educational qualification. This field is entirely dependent on your skills.
There are many highly qualified people in the Film industry and Acting world, therefore you being an MBA, and thinking of getting into the acting career is absolutely fine. You will also be among the respected personalities due to your qualifications. In a way, it is good that you are academically in a sound position, since if you cannot make your make in the entertainment industry, your MBA will be of geat help to get into some other type of job.
However, since y
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Career is one of the most important thing in every ones life. Till the student is in a school they are not to think much about the career but they need to have a good academic score because in future they need to select a career option once they complete their 10th . After completing 10th a student decides and learns a particular stream as per their interest from Commerce,Arts or Science and completed their 12th std.
On successfully completing the 12th from any of the stream one opts f
My question to you is,
Do you have a godfather in the Acting Industry or rather Bollywood.
If No, have you earlier performed as a theatre artists or any form of plays or shows etc.
If none of the above, then my only advise would be, join a famous acting Institute like Anupam Khers acting institute or any which offers placement
And at the same time, better would be to work on your personality and learn dancing, judo, karate martial Arts etc which will be an aid to you during the acting career.
Wish you good luck.....
Actor ?in films?stage?tv?to become actor in all these categories there are 3 different institutes offering courses/bachelors degree or Diploma programmes.if you have passed 10+2 then you can see 5ways before you,1) National Institute of Film and Television, pune (Govt)2)National School of Drama, (Govt)3)Acting Schools of the states (Govt)4)Acting Schools in Private sector5)Drama Schools in Private sector.to get admission into all these programmes, basic Qualification is 10+2, in any stream, there are two ways to get into this, either national level entrance test or direct.for any Ce
If acting is your ultimate choice, then you could clear your Graduation in any field you wish to like B.Sc, BA, BMM, BMS and so on. In the meanwhile it would be better if you work on your grooming skills as well as try and establish few contacts in the industry that could help you out. You could also try for certifications in Animations, cinematography, film editing and so on, which could be an added advantage in your chosen field.
Hello My Dear Career Aspirant,Glad to see you approach CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance.87% are very good percentage in HSC level.TV, Media, Theatre, Dance are Arts field and BJMC will not help you here since BJMC is a course related to only Journalism and Mass Communication. Journalism includes TV reporting, print report, investigation, and media / mass communication include advertising, event management, communication, public relations, etc. Theatre, acting, dance are not related to BJMC course and career.Anyways, BJMC and Economics honours are two course apart from each other. Both are
Wow, so do I see a budding artists in the making.Since you are in class 12th, I suppose you should be more focused with studies and give in your best shot.Its a make or break for you for this academic year. If you have made up your mind and are determined to make it in acting, not an issue, but if its just following the fashion, then preferably give it another thought.As far as acting is concerned, there is no graduate programs or colleges providing the course.There are private institutes run by top professionals in the industry who would be the best guide to your acting careers.Apart from the