Weekend Acting Workshop At Meeraqi Set To Change The Face Of Acting In Bangalore

Meeraqi releases information on how its new Weekend Acting Workshop In Bangalore by Avinashi Singh and Ishan Jotshi will change things in the Acting space for the better. Further information can be found at https://meeraqi.com/acting-workshop-in-bangalore/.

Bangalore, India - January 12, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Earlier today, Meeraqi announced the launch of its new Weekend Acting Workshop in Bangalore by Avinashi Singh and Ishan Jotshi, set to go live January 20 – January 21, 2018; 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of Acting, this new development will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up.

Currently, with even a passing glance, a person will notice how the same old cliche acting styles are being propagated. The Director at Meeraqi, Sudeep Bhattacharya, makes a point of saying “things are going to change when our Weekend Acting Workshop In Bangalore by Avinash Singhi And Ishan Jotshi launches”.

Sudeep Bhattacharya continues… “Where you’ll always see our competitors doing the same old thing, we will explore the latest creative approaches to acting so that the performance becomes a much more lively and a much more convincing event to witness. We do this because we are passionate about creating new innovative approaches to acting. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to our attendees because it will turn them into more convincing and uniquely original actors.”

Meeraqi was established in August 2017. It has been doing business for a long time and it has always aimed at setting up an artists’ collective and creative space, which offers both professional and aspiring artists an avenue to expand their skill set, and express themselves through their chosen discipline.

Currently, the closest thing to Meeraqi’s Weekend Acting Workshop In Bangalore by Avinashi Singh and Ishan Jotshi is an empty space that is rented out to artists to perform what they want to, or a collective without any space at its behest, limiting either of these kinds to be insufficient in itself as a complete solution for the artists and performers. but Meeraqi improved on this by providing both options together, the artists’ collective as well as a creative space to perform. This alone is predicted to make Meeraqi’s Weekend Acting Workshop In Bangalore by Avinashi Singh And Ishan Jotshi more popular with customers in the Acting space, quickly.

Once again, the Weekend Acting Workshop In Bangalore At Meeraqi By Avinashi Singh and Ishan Jotshi is set to launch January 20 – January 21, 2018; 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. To find out more, the place to visit is https://meeraqi.com/acting-workshop-in-bangalore/.

Contact Info:
Name: Sudeep Battacharya
Email: info@meeraqi.com
Organization: Meeraqi
Address: Meeraqi, 601, 1st Floor, 12th Main, Opposite Hagen Daz, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bangalore, Karnataka 560038, India
Phone: +91-99727-99969

For more information, please visit https://meeraqi.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 284851

Latest News

Fire rips through maritime museum in Indonesian capital

Jan 24, 2018

JAKARTA, Indonesia — A fire ripped through a 17th century Dutch colonial building that houses a maritime museum in the Indonesian capital on Tuesday, causing extensive damage to its historical collections. Museum head Husnizon Nizar said there were no casualties from the fire that swept through one of the museum's three historic buildings. It took about four hours for fire fighters to extinguish it. Nizar said the blaze destroyed models of Dutch East India Company ships, traditional Indonesian vessels and a newly installed diorama showing the history of World War II in the Java Sea. "We have lost so many...

Mezzanine collapse inside Jakarta tower hurts nearly 80

Jan 24, 2018

JAKARTA, Indonesia — A mezzanine floor inside the Jakarta Stock Exchange tower collapsed on Monday, injuring nearly 80 people and forcing a chaotic evacuation. Security camera footage circulated online showed the collapse, with a group of people plunging several meters (feet) to the ground as the structure gave way beneath them. People fled the building through a lobby strewn with debris. Emergency personnel tended to the injured on the grass and pavement outside the tower. National police spokesman Setyo Wasisto said most of the injured were college students from Palembang in Sumatra who were visiting the stock exchange as part...

Indonesia hard-line Muslims protest ban on Facebook accounts

Jan 24, 2018

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Muslim hard-liners marched in Indonesia's capital on Friday to protest Facebook's blocking of accounts belonging to their group. About 200 protesters organized by the Islamic Defenders Front, known by its Indonesian acronym FPI, marched after Friday prayers from a mosque to the Facebook Indonesia office, which was guarded by hundreds of police. They halted traffic along the way as they chanted "Allah Akbar," or "God is Great." Many carried banners saying "Don't persecute Muslims" and "Please don't judge our status on Facebook." The group wants to impose Shariah law in the secular nation. It has a long...

Malaysia to pay US firm up to $70M if it finds missing plane

Jan 24, 2018

PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia — Malaysia's government said Wednesday it will pay U.S. company Ocean Infinity up to $70 million if it can find the wreckage or black boxes of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 within three months, in a renewed bid to solve the plane's disappearance nearly four years ago. Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said there was an 85 percent chance of finding the debris in a new 25,000 square kilometer (9,650 square mile) area — roughly the size of Vermont — identified by experts. The government signed a "no cure, no fee" deal with the Houston, Texas-based company to resume...

Singapore arrests 17 suspected in Shell oil heist

Jan 24, 2018

SINGAPORE — Singapore police have arrested 17 men suspected of involvement in stealing oil from the largest Shell refinery in the world. Police said Tuesday that they also seized $2.3 million and an oil tanker in connection with the theft, which was first reported in August. Singapore media reported that that nine of the men were charged with criminal breach of trust and could face up to 15 years in jail if convicted. Two Vietnamese were accused in court of receiving stolen goods and could face up to five years in jail, local media said. Shell has not said how...

Penggerak pasaran mengikut TradingView

About Us

Duniaga is Malaysia’s top local source for business news and information where people head to stay connected with the business news. We give daily in-depth analysis on the business happenings in the country.

Contact us: sales@duniaga.com

Subscribe Now!