STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: Natrang’s National Theatre Talk Show, ‘Young Voices of Theatre’ featured National School of Drama alumni, theatre, film and TV actor, director, Palash Protim Mech on Saturday who shared his inspiring views with the global audience at the Facebook page of Natrang Jammu.Born and brought up in Gargaon in Assam, Palash Protim Mech, graduate in Physics completed his three years Post-graduation in Dramatic Arts with specialization in Acting from the National School of Drama, New Delhi and worked as an Actor in National School of Drama Repertory Company for six years.He has the credit of participating in many National and International Theatre Festivals as Actor and Director.He has also pursued training under Guru Sanjeeva Suvarna in the traditional Art form Yakshagana at Udupi.He is actively involved in theatre in Assam with different groups and is working on the actor-training process in groups, schools, universities etc. Palash gained knowledge of ‘Kathakali’, ‘Kalripattu’ and semi-classical folk form ‘Chhau Nritya’ under Guru P. Kannan, Guru Gopinath and Shashidhar Achariya respectively and discovered Musicality, Movement and Shakespeare with Anna-Helena McLean.In a conversation with Nartang’s senior artist Neeraj Kant, Palash narrated his journey of theatre.He got a creative atmosphere in his surroundings in childhood which inspired him to do theatre. A curious actor, Palash always used to observe a lot which has helped him a lot.He likes to do a lot of experimentation in his works. Speaking about training at National School of Drama, he states that NSD training requires a strong conviction as it is not an easy process, it activates a person both physically and mentally and is a 24×7 process which focuses on the ability of each and every student.He gratefully acknowledged that NSD has helped him a lot by giving a chance to broaden his vision. Moreover it has imparted more confidence to him and resultantly he became more expressive and has introduced flexibility of body and mind to him.Palash has performed in plays of different genres.He also presented some scenes of his works which were much appreciated. He also expressed his concern about different issues like young theatre practitioners’ getting attracted to short-cuts and no economic stability for theatre artists.Palash optimistically believes that the world will become a more beautiful place if there are more artists in it.
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