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Heart in the Art is a journey of knowing about different art forms, emotions of an artist and the inspiring life every artist lives. It will enlighten you about different art forms like skating, writing, training, graphology, NLP and much more. This journey will inspire you to go and explore many art forms and bring out the artist within you. It will inspire you to live life like an art. Behind every artist there is a person who has faced many storms and has faced them to come forward as a person to inspire the world. Every art is much more than just its beauty and glory. Every artist has a life which no one knows about and has the power to inspire others.
This book is for all those aspiring to be actors, who are confused and need direction to fulfill their dreams. Their needs go unheard, and they experience lack of motivation. They invest a lot of their time and money, and for most of them, it goes in vain. The chapters in this book will help budding young actors get all their queries answered. It will guide them as a map does, and prepare them to face challenges and consequences on their way to success. This is a helpful handbook for aspiring actors with additional tips to grow as an actor.
Music is the medium to meet the God. Everyone wants to sing and play songs. This book containsMd. Rafi’s song Lyrics and its Sargam or Swarlipi in English language and SRGM style. It is having 51 famous songs sung by singer Md. Rafi. It contains Hindi film songs, sad songs and happy songs, bhajan, gazal etc. Different moods of Md. Rafi are collected in this book. Anybody having basic sargam knowledge can play songs easily following the book notes. Songs based on different Taals like - Kaharwa, Daadra, Rupak, Jhaptaal are included in this book. Have the book and enjoy priceless heavenly happiness and joy.
Joachim Matschoss is a highly professional and creative theatre practitioner, artist, writer and teacher. I have watched him work with students of mine and both they and I have found his work inspirational and challenging. -Mark EckersleyJoachim is a theatre director with much finesse who creates student performances which focus on 'real' young people issues. Not only does he create these works but he inevitably takes them on intercontinental tours and thus touches many people of different cultures through his outstanding and exciting work. -Mike PasternakJoachim Matschoss is a talented and inspiring teacher and director of theatre, He is also an accomplished playwright and his work with young people through his work with his company BYTE is exemplary. He is passionate, dedicated and visio...
“Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost”Lines from well-remembered films, are part of the currency of our everyday speech. Cinematic scenes are unforgettably etched in our minds. Yes, we don’t just watch movies, we internalize them.How many times your experience of a movie was very different from the reviews you read? You wonder if they were written more objectively and someone like you could tell what to expect? Here is an attempt.First Day, Last Show takes you through an engrossing journey of movies seen through the eyes of a common cinemagoer. The book is a bouquet of impressions about films gathered over a period of four years.You will relate to these reviews easily, even if you have not seen the movie earlier. If you love movies, you will love reading this book.
Cinema is often a bold reflection of the world we live in. It speaks for the voiceless, aspires for the meek and brings hope to the despairing. Cinema is all encompassing, cinema is liberating! Wouldn't a medium as powerful as this, definitely have a lesson or two for management professionals as well? Ever wondered how Sidney Lumet's '12 Angry Men' can be linked to performance appraisals? What can Mickey and Malory from the controversial 'Natural Born Killers' teach young management professionals? What links the movie 'Boyhood' and 'Business Continuity Planning'? Management Lessons from Movies is your concise, easy-to-read book of movies and principles in management.The book unveils 100 management thoughts and covers 200 must watch movies. Explained through movies, the management concepts ...
The focus of Phantom of the baroque Opera is the parallel drawn between the sea piracy of the baroque and renaissance eras and the cyber piracy of the contemporary digital era. International frameworks to deal with sea piracy then and cyber piracy now remain ambiguous for any law enforcement entities to prosecute. Despite heavy resources deployed to combat this menace in the past; in today’s world protection against ‘invasion’ remains a pipe dream.
Dhature Ke Beej is a story of a young girl who dared to escape her circumstances, and became an eternal traveler. In one of her journeys, she meets a very unhappy woman for who leads a depressing life. They share their experiences with each other, which gives us a glimpse of the unfathomable depths of human degradation.Basanti’s father-in-law, Shankar, is a crude, evil and wealthy man. He deals in Dhatura trade and mints money. He develops a false sense of invincibility and thinks nothing of abducting young girls from villages. Basanti’s spineless husband, Kailash, assists his father in his nefarious activities. Unable to change the men in her life, Shankar’s wife, Hardevi, plots to kill her husband. When a crafty Shankar sees through the scheme, Basanti gets involved. Does she manag...
“Rathod, the cockroach-killer, is one of Zubin’s earliest and finest pieces. Honest and terse, it looks inward yet outward in true Kafkaesque fashion at a world at war with itself. A delightful solo performance piece for any actor!”-Denzil Smith“Devi by Zubin Driver is a monologue about a woman's loneliness, in spite of being married, having a wonderful home and belonging to an affluent society. It's from a point of view of a woman and Zubin has managed to reach out to a woman's soul and her agony in the most universal and modern way! I had a great time performing this 'Devi'”-Heeba Shah