Actor Rajpal Yadav being felicitated during an acting workshop in Guwahati on Saturday. Image credit: UB Photos

Celebrated actor Rajpal Yadav has said that there is art within every person.

“Everyone has his/her own theory to life. Art is in the air, in the plants, in trees, in environment and in every person you see, art is within us” he said on his mantra to his genuine performances.

Rajpal said this while participating in a workshop in Guwahati organised by T-Series Stage Works.

Rajpal believes, “every day is a new day to be positive and any moment of hardship shall not be considered hard unless it is given importance by us.  Rather these are steps to the destination, it is important for us to be pure at heart.”

Full of humility and focus, the man has starred in more than 100 films with some of his brilliant performances in Chup Chup Ke, Malamaal Weekly, Phir Hera Pheri etc.

T-Series Stage Works (Academy of Film, Music and Performing Arts) launched its first branch in Guwahati offering basic courses like modelling, acting, singing and production courses such as screenplay, direction and anchoring.

A student orientation programme was held at the institute with legendary Bollywood actors Yadav, Govind Namdev and Abhijit Lahiri.

In the first half of the interactive session, Namdev and Lahiri shared some important thoughts on acting and other creative genres.

“Practice, practice and practice is the only ladder to the path of success. It is also the only answer to fear and nervousness”, said Namdev on his journey to success.

Namdev started his career in National School of Drama (NSD) and grew through plays like Othello, Andhayug, Tughlak etc.

The actor, who was offered just Rs 800 in his first job, later crossed a benchmark of 100 remarkable movies with noteworthy performances in Satya, Thakshak.

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