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Ryan organized an interactive session Actor Rohini Hattangadi.

By February 15, 2024Mumbai News
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Mumbai, Feb 14: Actors hold the power to bring about change in the world through their work in films, theatre, music, and books. Recently, Ryan International Group of Institutions organized an interactive session that left the students buzzing with excitement. The session was graced by the presence of Rohini Hattangadi, a renowned figure in the Indian entertainment industry, known for her work in Marathi, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Gujarati films, Marathi soap operas, and theatre. She has won two Film fare Awards, and one National Film Award, and is the only Indian actress to win the BAFTA Award.

The event organized by the Ryan Group of Institutions was an excellent platform that bridged the gap between academia and the film industry. The event saw participation from over 100 schools virtually and three schools in person, creating a collective space for students to explore the intricacies of the cinematic world and gain a nuanced understanding of its evolution throughout the years. Rohini Hattangadi, with her wealth of experience and knowledge, offered a captivating narrative that allowed students to understand the glamour associated with the film industry and the profound transformations it has undergone over the years. The session covered the evolution of cinema, from the golden age of classic cinema to the contemporary landscape shaped by technological advancements and diverse story telling.

The session encouraged the students to critically analyze the changing narratives, styles, and societal impacts of films, fostering a deeper appreciation for the art form. Students actively participated in discussions and were encouraged to ask questions and share their thoughts on the film industry. Rohini Hattangadi’s journey served as an inspiration to aspiring minds across the virtual and offline audience.

The Ryan Group of Institutions successfully curated a cinematic journey for students, bringing the world of film into the realm of education. The interactive session with Rohini Hattangadi exemplified how such events can bridge the gap between theory and practice, offering students a glimpse into the real-world experiences of industry veterans. The session left behind a sense of inspiration and a deeper appreciation for the artistry and impact of cinema.

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