Jamshedpur: Srinath University hosts talk show on ‘paradigm shift in Indian cinema’


Bollywood actors Ranjeet, Pankaj Jha and Sanjeev Jaiswal are present

Jamshedpur, October 15: The School of Mass Communication and Journalism, Srinath University, Adityapur, has organized a talk show on the paradigm shift in Indian cinema.

The special guest on the program was Bad Man from Hindi cinema Ranjeet (Bedi).

Prominent Actors Pankaj Jha, Sanjeev Jaiswal along with Cinematographer Premendu Bikash Chaki and Directors Anil Ramchandra Sharma and Ashoke Vishwanathan, SRFTI, Dean (Film Wing), Riya Tirkey, runner up, Femina Miss India 2022 and Dhananjay Mandal, member of the JNFF jury were gift.

The students staged a tribal dance to welcome the guests. Sukdeo Mahato, Chancellor of Srinath University and Faculties extended a warm welcome to the guests.

The show’s host was Vivek Kapoor from the Department of Commerce and Management.

Interacting with the media, Sukhdeo Mahato said, “Indian cinema gives young talents the opportunity to practice their artistic skills. Now there are many opportunities for people all over the world. Today, people are not only confined to job opportunities in the corporate sector but also have vast opportunities in the film industry. The film industry offers immense opportunities for young influencers to explore and perform their talent. At Srinath University, we are blessed to have such influential Bollywood personalities with us.

The students also presented a fascinating contemporary and retro dance performance which was immensely appreciated by the guests and the audience.

Ranjeet Bedi’s presence created a joyful moment among the audience. Audiences were mesmerized as he delivered his iconic dialogues.

Dr. Bhavya Bhushan from Srinath University led the talk show where eminent personalities from the film industry gave their views on the paradigm shift in Indian cinema.

Panchayat series character Vidhayak ji played by Pankaj Jha said, “Respect yourself and never let others put you down. The characters played in the films are fictitious. One must not lose one’s original identity when portraying a character”.

Ashoke Vishwanathan, Dean of SRFTI, said actors today are very hardworking and dedicated. Indian cinema has changed for the better.

Permendu Bikash Chaki, an eminent cinematographer and director, observed that today Indian cinema has changed. The way the actors switch characters between shots is to be commended.

Anil Ramchandra Sharma said that today’s actors are devoted because there is fierce competition.

The character of Ajmal Kasab in 26/11 played by Sanjeev Jaiswal said that OTT gave a lot of talented actors to establish themselves.


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