|Acting has forever been a glamorous profession attracting numerous people, young and old as well as men and women, all over the world. However, things are not so fascinating as it seems like, in this realm. There is a lot of hard work involved in this profession and people have to be at their creative best at all times, while facing the audience. This is where acting courses come into play. Introducing the various aspects of acting, the nuances behind how to comfortably face the audience and also grooming of the dramatic skills of one, acting courses are equipped to take care of this and much more. Be it theatre or films, television or any other media through which one could exhibit his/ her acting skills, the acting courses have tips and ideas for all.
Although creativity is in born, there is nevertheless scope for enhancing the skills and polishing of the talent and therefore the acting courses play a significant role in grooming the individuals to face the camera and the live audience as well. Clarity of diction, coordination of the body and mind and above all confidence to face a large number of people, the various levels of acting courses train individuals on all aspects of acting.
The institutes offering courses on acting are located across the various cities of the country and offer courses ranging between short duration courses of 1 month to advanced courses of 3 years.
Some of the most reputed institutes offering acting courses are as follows:
Minimum qualification like Graduation or Post Graduation is what is expected of the students to have completed in most of the acting institutes in India. Besides carving a niche for oneself in the Indian Television or Film world, one could also expect to make a mark for oneself in the International arena as well.
- Asian Academy of Film & Television, Noida
- Imago Acting School, Brahma Studio, Film City, Noida
- Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute
- National School of Drama, Bahawalpur
- Osmania University, Hyderabad
- Faculty of Performing Arts, M.S. University of Baroda
- Film and TV Institute of Tamil Nadu
- Faculty of Fine Arts, Rabindra Bharati University