Professionalism can revolutionise theatre: Ravi Mohan


Natrang’s National Theatre Talk Show

JAMMU: Natrang’s National Theatre Talk Show, ‘Young Voices of Theatre’ featured a resolute theatre practitioner, Theatre and TV Actor/Director Ravi Mohan from Haryana today who shared his inspirational thoughts with the global audience at the Facebook page of Natrang Jammu.
Ravi Mohan is a renowned actor, director and trainer who is associated with theatre and media for the last more than two decades.
His theatrical journey carries the experience of more than twenty plays in lead roles.
Artistic director of ‘Ras Kala Manch’, Ravi Mohan has directed more than forty plays and conducted theatre workshops for different institutions.
He was conferred with best director award in 2006 for the play “Nagmandala” at Pune and in 2011 at Amritsar for the play “Ghasi Ram Kotwal”.
He has also appeared in many TV serials like ‘Crime Patrol’ on Sony TV, ‘Aur Ek Kahani’ on DD National, ‘Mahara Haryana Mahari Baat’ and ‘Sabrang’ etc.
In an inspirational conversation with Sangeet Natak Akademi Awardee actor and Natrang’s senior artist Anil Tickoo, Ravi narrated his eventful journey of theatre which was started through college youth festivals. Since his college days, multifaceted Ravi used to participate in different competitions and has bagged hundreds of awards which acted as an inspirational fuel for his theatre career. He candidly asserts that the appreciation from audience has always fascinated him.
Ravi opines that theatre has a lot of challenges and competitive mediums and to overcome that and to get the admiration and support of audience, we have to do out of the box things which are highly professional, best quality work because for its graceful sustenance, word of appreciation from audience means a lot which motivates more and more people to associate with theatre.
He suggests to work with dedication and perseverance as it will definitely pay back. He expresses his concern about lack of respectability and patience amongst youth which prevents them to learn thoroughly.
He also provided a virtual tour of his wonderful and well equipped theatre space. Ravi signed out with the desire that theatre people should become each other’s support, this is how it will be supported from every quarter.