One of Chandigarh’s most popular RJ Golmaal Gagan had a fun interactive session with the acting, direction, editing & radio jockeying students of Mad Arts Jaspal Bhatti Film School.
Visiting our Mohali campus, his session featured his life’s journey, his struggles and how he decided to be a Radio Jockeying. Gagan, basically from Delhi, moved to Chandigarh when he had to audition for My FM. He has been with My FM for over 5 years and currently hosts their prime time show.
Motivating the students, he pointed out that there is a huge requirement for talented Radio Jockeys and Content Writers. He added that Radio in the coming years, will experience a great boom because hundreds of new radio channels are going to be launched shortly in India.
While interacting with our acting students, he added that for an artist you need to effectively communicate what you want to express. In Acting, the tools for expressions are face and body while in Radio Jockeying it’s your voice. He also shared his amazing working experience with Mr. Jaspal Singh Bhatti (Founder of our Mad Arts Jaspal Bhatti Media Network).
At the end of the session he pointed that Madness in creativity and passion is a must if you want a successful career in the Radio / entertainment Industry.
Dr. Ravi Gupta, senior orthopedics doctor from Government Medical College & Hospital, Chandigarh who has treated international sport stars and athletes visited Mad Arts, Jaspal Bhatti Film School.
Interacting with the students of our institute, especially the technical students who have mostly sitting jobs such as editors and animators, he gave away tips and tricks about maintaining their fitness level.
Dr. Ravi Gupta conducted an extensive computerized presentation, covering most aspects of fitness such as tackling stress and benefits of daily outdoor activity. The workshop was majorly a motivational lecture on how to improve the fitness levels in the very demanding media industry. Importance of having water at regular intervals, how to improve & maintain our skin especially for actors was also discussed.
Visiting our Mohali campus for the first time, Dr. Ravi Gupta praised the facilities and environment offered to the students.
Mad Arts, Jaspal Bhatti Film School added another facility to its Mohali ( Chandigarh Trinity ) campus. The launch of its state of the art dance studio separate from their acting studio will give its students added advantage and a solid platform to polish their talent. Students will be monitored under region’s top trainers.
The Dance classes are a part of the regular acting course. More details about the acting course can be known by clicking on the following link.
Separate hardcore dance classes are also open for non acting students and outsiders as well. The course details of dance classes can be known by clicking on the following link.
Mad Arts, Jaspal Bhatti Film School was proud to hold an interactive workshop with Indian comedy actor Rana Ranbir.
In Chandigarh interacting with our acting, direction and editing students, Rana Ranbir shared his invaluable experiences through his illustrious film and theater career.
Rana received a postgraduate degree in theater and television from Punjabi University, Patiala. He went on to act in several Punjabi stage acts, as well as radio and television productions. In career spanning over 20 years and having worked in top punjabi films he has proved himself to be one of region’s top comedy actors.
Having worked with our founder Mr. Jaspal Bhatti in our production ‘Jija ji’, he shared his experiences and working style of Mr. Jaspal Bhatti. He also went on to say that Mr. Bhatti was one of the best directors he has worked with.
Interacting with our students, he stressed on the fact that you will get work only because of your last work. “I have never called up anybody and asked for roles. Your talent and hard work will get you work.” said Rana Ranbir.
“You are always a student of the art. Tackling a serious role, I had to relearn everything for the film Punjab 1984. You have to empty yourself before the start of your new role for a fresh approach.” added Rana Ranbir.
Rana Ranbir also saw our international award winning student work and asked the students to fully utilise the facilities offered by Mad Arts, Jaspal Bhatti Film School.
Mukesh Gautam, acclaimed Indian Punjabi film directors had perhaps one of the most honest interactions with the students of Mad Arts, Jaspal Bhatti Film School . He is known for his movies Ek Noor (2011) and Akhiyaan Udeekdian(2009). Mr. Mukesh Gautam is currently the Vice-President of PTC Network. He received a national award from the radio and television fraternity for an outstanding film about Sayyed Waris Shah.
Mr. Gautam during his session with our budding filmammkers stressed on the importance of originality of ideas. He also discussed the importance of understanding of the subject matter of the story so that it can be tackled under controlled budgets. Interacting further with the direction students of Mad Arts, Jaspal Bhatti Film School he discussed the key qualities that make a great director.
The wonderful session was concluded with a video analysis of clippings from his much acclaimed documentary work.
THE Congress has acquired the exclusive rights of Oscar-winning song ‘Jai Ho’ for its election campaign. Neither Gulzar, who has penned the song, nor Rahman, its music composer, may have thought that their song for Slumdog Millionaire could be used for wooing the voters.
The BJP, Left parties, BSP, SP, TDP, RJD and other parties too, must be looking for appropriate songs for their campaigning. Some songs come to mind, which may be suitable for various parties. This hit number may not be a bad choice for the BJP, ‘Tauba tera jalwa, tauba tera pyar, tera emotional attyachar.’ I have heard rumours that J.P. Bardhan and Prakash Karat are also thinking of adopting another song, ‘Chandini Chowk to China’ showing the Left’s inclination for better ties with our neighbour.
The BSP is frantically trying to get the rights of a song that goes very well with its high command, ‘Desi girl`85.Desi girl’. The party thinks it could then give stiff competition to videshi-turned desi bahu Congress leader Sonia Gandhi.
Amar Singh and Mulayam Singh, too, stand a chance if they could lay hands on the rights of the song, ‘Arre diwano, mujhe pehchano, mein hoon kaun .. Mein hoon don, mein hoon, mein hoon don.’ I asked an independent candidate what were his prospects. He said, “No party can come to power without us Independents,” while singing‘Maujan hi maujan`85 sham savere hun maujan hi maujan … .”
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“Investigate thoroughly and give the IPL trophy to the team whose franchise has transected the maximum black money to buy their team and have done maximum financial irregularities” was demanded by Jaspal Bhatti, the ace social satirist of the country. Jaspal Bhatti and the members of his Nonsense club were making fun of the IPL scam, in sector 17 Chandigarh.
Comedian-actor Jaspal Bhatti wants a new right for the people of India – the ‘Right to Scam’.
In his own unique satirical style, Bhatti and his team from the ‘Nonsense Club’ Thursday enacted a play in Chandigarh’s commercial hub, Sector 17, appealing to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to allow the ‘Right to Scam’ for everyone.
“Right to scam shouldn’t be just the prerogative of powerful ministers but should be for everybody,” appealed Bhatti.
“The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan should be abandoned and a new scheme should be launched- ‘Sarva Ghotala Abhiyaan’. Every young and old should be taught to understand what a scam is and how to become a part of a scam,” Bhattisaid.
He said that “all the countrymen should be congratulated on India becoming the land of scams. Leaders like A. Raja should be decorated with national awards because he has taken corruption to new heights”, he added.
“Earlier, the government used to be shaken with a scam of one crore. But now even a scam of the magnitude of Rs.1.67 lakh crores doesn’t raise a murmur. India can truly be hailed as a land of scams. Not many people would even know the number of zeroes in 1.67 lakh crores. Because a common man today cannot count the number of zeros in today’s multi-multi-crore scams. That is why they are not in a position to react,” he pointed out.
Paying respects to the founding father of scams Harshad Mehta, Bhatti said that personalities like Telgi, Kalmadi, Yeddyurappa, Ashok Chavan, Lalit Modi, A.Raja should be crowned as new ‘Navratnas of India’.
“Since the children are the future of our nation they should be taught the latest scam techniques at the primary level. The ‘Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan’ may not guarantee jobs and placements but a thorough study of scams can help a child forge his way through college admissions and even get a job through his fake certificates,” Bhatti said.