Ranchi: The 10-day workshop on Film Making and Acting “Jharokha 2021” was grandly concluded by the Department of School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee University and the Directorate of Cultural Affairs, Department of Tourism, Art, Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs, Government of Jharkhand.
In this workshop running for 10 days, journalism students were trained in the field of filmmaking and acting and under the direction of their mentors, acting short films and documentary were made, which were presented in theatrical performances directed by famous theater artist and director Sanjay Kumar Lal. The play Azadi Ke Deewane was staged by the students along with documentaries titled ‘Mandar’ and ‘Sericulture’ directed by filmmaker and director Anuj Kumar, followed by film “Bone” directed by filmmaker Tushar Chand and director Arsh Iftikar. presentation was made.
Padmashree Madhu Mansoori Hasmukh ji came as the chief guest in the closing ceremony of Jharokha-21th Sala, he planted it with his water, forest and land and told all the students their importance and inspired them to preserve their folk culture and civilization. Along with this, he captivated the audience and the audience by singing his famous folk song “Gaon chhodab nahi jungle chhodab nahi”. Folk dances prepared by the students were staged on the occasion.
Dr. Anil Kumar Thakur, who made his significant contribution in the field of acting, film director and producer Shashi Verma as special guest at the closing ceremony, Deepak Bada, filmmaker from Jharkhand who directed the next Sight of Beauty documentary, School of Journalism and Dr. Mohammad Ayub, Director, Department of Mass Communication was present.
Anuj Kumar, Naini Mishra, Deepti Gaurav, Ashutosh Bharti, Vivek Aryan, Ravi Kumar Ankita Kumari, Tushar Chand Shubham, and Vikas Chandra Sharma were present in this program.