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YOUNG ACTOR

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Princy Sudhakaran’s theatrical journey began with Ekjute with plays like Munshiji ki Gudgudiyan, Pencil Se Brush Tak and Dauda Dauda Bhaaga Bhaaga Sa. In 2008 she quit her day-job as an engineer to pursue acting. Gotya from Third Bell Productions, Working Title’s Once Upon A Tiger and Ranga Theatre’s Life of Pi came her way. Over the past year, she has been a part of Manav Kaul’s Laal Pencil and Bijon Mondal’s Pyaar Pe Waar, based on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. T-pot’s Zinga Zinga Roses where she played six different characters, was a success with younger audiences. A budding dastango, her first Dastangoi performance was at The Times Literary Carnival, 2011.

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“There is a charm about the forbidden that makes it unspeakably desirable.� Mark Twain

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“Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand.� Mother Teresa

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“The question isn’t who’s going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” Ayn Rand

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A certificate-holder from the Light & Life Academy, Ooty, Punit Reddy’s work includes his well-received travel documentation of Bhutan’s Thimpu festival, a photo essay on old age homes, a study of women Kathakali dancers, as well as Stage Impressions’ ongoing showcase of young theatre actors.

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Showcase—Princy Sudhakaran