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What is Acting and How to Be an Actor

Posted by Edu4sure team

 

Everyone loves watching movies there is no second thought about it. We all are attracted to the glamorous world of Films. The 70mm screen is the place where we all want to see ourselves one day.

Lights, Camera, Action are the three magical words we wish to hear. We all want to become an Actor one day. VO FILMY KEEDA HUM SAB KE ANDAR HOTA HAI.

Do you just remember dialogues from the movie and take up the DubsMash Challenge?  Do you love to imitate actors and copy their style?

Do you have a Photogenic Face and love posing in front of the cameras?  Well, then Acting might be the career that suits you.

Acting is magical. Change your look and your attitude, and you can be anyone - Alicia Witt

Career Counselling platforms can give you career guidance and tell you whether you are actually cut out for this acting thing or you are just an entertainer for your friends.

 

 Acting is not being emotional, But being able to express emotion. - Robert Quillen


What is Acting?

The occupation of performing roles in films or televisions. The art of drama. Presenting a fictional story by way of actions. The telling of a story through enactment. When a person adopts a character and enacts in theater, films, television it is said the person is acting.


Who is an Actor?

The person involved with the profession of acting is known as an Actor. It can male and female both. A female actor is known as Actresses. The actor portrays a character. They act in movies.

Movies are motion pictures.

We all are familiar with the names of Shah Rukh Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Salman Khan and add your favorites to the list. All these are actors.

We all go gaga over them. We call ourselves their huge fans. Girls are dying over them. What they do. They just do Acting. It is their Profession as any other profession like a doctor, teacher.

But this publicity, being famous is inherent in the occupation Acting. How can you become an actor?


How to choose a career in acting?

The journey of being an actor starts from the prospect colleges you can get admission to study Acting.


Top colleges for acting

Barry John Acting Studio

Bollywood Dreamz Acting Institute

MIFA

Moonlight and Film Theatre and Studio

You can pursue a career in acting even after class 12th if you really passionate about it or after pursuing your graduate. If you plan to take up acting after graduation. Then it is recommended that you complete your graduation in courses like Mass Communication. As the fields have elements common to each other. It's all about career planning and how you wish to take your career forward. 


STEPS To Be Followed:

1.  If you feel acting is for you and you have that zeal to become an actor. Start early in your career. Bache Ke Pair Paalne Mein Hi Pta Chal Jaate Hai is the saying you must have heard from your grandmas. While you are still in your college, join a dramatics or a modeling society. This will enhance your skills. The future models turn into actors.

2.  Now enroll yourself into an acting school. Barry John Acting School is the best. It has been producing actors for over 15 years now. It has set the standard for training in acting. It offers diploma course in acting. The most comprehensive, intensive course.

3.  Barry John Acting Studio has diploma courses in acting that are a three month, six-month courses. These are part time courses and the most up-to-date courses in acting that equip you as per the industry standards. They give you certificates as well so now you are a certified in acting

4.  Build Portfolio. Portfolios are helpful at a time of the auditions. Your portfolio depicts your journey. It includes all the certificates of the places you have worked, studied. Certificates awarded to you. Depicting your work.

5.  Join a Theatre. In this way, you can work on the craft of acting. You will get opportunities to act on stage plays. Take up similar projects and opportunities where you get a chance to showcase your talent.

6.  Move to Mumbai. Mumbai Film Nagri Hai. The city of Bollywood. All the studios, actors, directors are from Mumbai. Move there and settle there. Now start your career. This is the real start to your career. Bahut Saare aate hai Mumbai Star bane, Koi ban jaata hai Koi toot Jaata Hai

7.  Approach directors. You will have a tough time in getting your first break. It's not that easy. Do not fail. Get Up and start. Start from lower levels. Work in advertisements a good way to come into the eyes of directors. You could also work in television shows. Television actors become film actors. There are plenty of examples Sushant Singh Rajput, Prachi Desai.

8.  Keep working hard. Go for a number of auditions. You don't know when you hit the jackpot. Approach them frequently. Convince them to take your auditions. This is the way of getting into films.

9.  Once you get into the film industry. Survival is Hard. It is Survival of the fIttest. One flop and you are out. So keep working on your skills day by day. Take dance classes, singing classes to develop skills and get an upper hand over your colleagues.


≈  As you grow old in the industry you wear different hats. You become a producer, learn the art of directors and you give your suggestions. You become synonym with the Bollywood. Slowly and Steadily you master the art and become a successful actor. King of Bollywood as you say.

≈  No one stops here. You wish to grow and become better each day. So you make your way to HollyWood. Bigger, Better and more Glamorous.

  Everyone has their own journey of being an Actor. Everyone has their own ways. There is no strict rule or path that makes you an actor. Although the steps mention here is normally what is being followed by many.

  Acting is an art. Although you have training sessions to enhance your skill you can't become an actor until and unless you have it in yourself. There are actors but you still say Usse acting nahi aati. They are actors maybe by luck or due to godfathers.

 

So, find your own way to become an actor. Devise your own strategy. Believe your art and craft. Luck favors the brave and you will become an actor one day.

With this note, I sign off. Edu4Sure is a career counselling platform where readers can read articles on e-education.

 

 
















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RIDHI

I am a graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication from Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies. I am an active blogger for Edu4Sure. I am passionate about writing and aspire to be a leader in this field

























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