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Dreaming to be a Bollywood Actor? Wake Up or Get Lost!

Dream and Reality

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The Dream and Reality


I meet people all the time who say that to be an actor in Bollywood and in TV serials is their life’s dream and the No. 1 priority. They just jump into sea without knowing how to swim or whether the waters are ice cool or boiling or shallow or deep! They are so much deep into their fantasy of becoming an actor that they believe and fall prey to sharks and cheats of this industry who promises them an entry into films or serials.

Many of the aspiring actors who want to join my coaching ask, "Will you get me a role in TV serials or films after training?" And the reason they ask is due to a total ignorance of a selection process in which nobody can guarantee you a role except a casting director or a director depending upon how you perform in the front of a camera in audition and that you are the best to portray the character of the story you are auditioning for.

They just don't get the importance of getting professionally trained either by a good school or by a coach. Or selecting good coordinators or a need to promote themselves through networking and developing industry contacts.

After struggling for some time the interesting thing is that even though these folks have either postponed or completely stopped working toward their dreams, they still say that acting is their No. 1 priority—their dream. But it’s not what a person says, it’s what they do that demonstrates the truth.

  • I think there are a few different reasons for this difference between A. Wanting something and B. Doing what it takes to get it. I believe most reasons are related to fear: If you never really try to succeed you can’t really fail. We all have some level of fear and if we are not aware of it we can never overcome it.
  • First, you should courageously ask yourself: Do I really want to be an actor? The soul-searching honest answer may be that you are attached to the fantasy more than the reality. Because if the answer to this question is yes, the next question must be, What do I need to do to be a successful actor? The answer to this is a real reality check. 


  1. Do you know each and every step to become an actor in cine and TV world, especially in India and Bollywood where there is a cut throat competition among thousands of aspiring actors?
  2. Are you willing to prioritize the work that is required to become an excellent actor?
  3. Are you ready to then work in every possible way to support that process; make the personal sacrifices necessary; and remove all obstacles with a fully committed spirit? Because if you are not, you might be attached only to your dream—not the reality.


I am amazed at Amitabh Bachchan He has worked for almost 50 years in Bollywood and still approaches every scene in a film or (now) on TV shows with fresh creativity and enthusiasm. And if you back to his beginning, he was rejected numerous time for bad looks and voice and immature acting. However, once he understood the game and how to win that that game, he was "committed" and worked relentlessly not only for a day or a month but for till he is alive! And the result is that his dream became a reality. He is an extraordinary actor who applies this level of commitment to everything in his life from his acting in his being a wonderful human soul.

Reading the life of Amitabh Bachchan, now do you realize what is required to be a successful actor?

Not everyone can achieve Amitabh Bachchan's level of success, but everyone can be in the process of pursuing their dreams. And if we do that—if we are doing what we love—then we are truly successful.

So, my dear aspiring actors: Is it only your dream to be an actor or are you making it your reality?

The blog you are reading now is one of the most unique online free sites to tell you what you have to do to be a successful actor. Take it as your Bible, your Ramayana or your Quran for acting. It only requests you don't remain in your dream-

Wake Up and Work to Make it a Reality 

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8 comments:

  1. Amazing post on realities of becoming an actor. Sir, I must get trained by you immediately. Please tell me how to contact you
    Gopalkrishnan
    9911180360

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    1. Thanks for your comments.
      Here are the details of my professional coaching:
      1. My coaching is not based on a school system where students are taught in a bunch of 20 or 30 with a common syllabus for all. A school is not concerned about whether a student passes in an exam or not.
      An actor is an artist who masters a highly sensitive craft based on an individual's emotional and attitude built up and therefore there cannot be a common syllabus. As per the survey, the failure percentage of actors passing out of schools in India is 82.
      2. I design a career plan and syllabus based on an individual after weighing the strengths and weaknesses by auditions and by interviews before a candidate joins me.
      3. The learning journey of a candidate starts with understanding the "Game" of acting and how can you become a star in Bollywood and TV serials. It continues with types of actors, mastering techniques, camera acting, etc.. Finally leading to how to market and promote yourself to get sure entry into Films, TV serials, commercial ads and print media.
      4. A hand picked list of casting directors and coordinators is provided
      5. Suitable candidates get a break in our own short film productions (http://creativefilms.yolasite.com)
      6. The sessions are taken 3 days a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 PM to 5 PM for 5 weeks.
      7. The fee for the entire 5 week course is (Contact me 91 9920991661) to be paid at the time of booking, one month in advance. Please note this fee is applicable only for the batch starting from 11th November 20014. Afterwards, it is likely to increase.
      8. I coach to a batch of maximum 3 to 5 aspirants only, that too only to enact scenes so that you can learn how to act together with your co-actors in a scene

      Wishing you to be a great actor!

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  2. Sir from where I can get steps as mentioned by you to be an actor?
    Ridhi
    Delhi
    ridhi1989@yahoo.com

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    1. Read all the posts of this blog very carefully and you will get your answer. However, to begin with, you can read the following posts from this blog-
      http://bestactoracademy.blogspot.in/2014/10/7-acting-skills-hacked-schools-dont.html
      http://bestactoracademy.blogspot.in/2014/10/guaranteed-entry-follow-these-golden.html
      http://bestactoracademy.blogspot.in/2014/07/hey-actor-are-you-thick-skinned-enough.html
      http://bestactoracademy.blogspot.in/2014/07/22-reasons-why-you-will-not-get.html
      http://bestactoracademy.blogspot.in/2014/03/wanna-be-star-in-bollywood-learn-these.html
      http://bestactoracademy.blogspot.in/2014/01/aspiring-bollywood-actors-know-your.html
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      Or, get trained by us.

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  3. Got a jerk awakened by the site a bit scared but will work hard to achieve it any how this is my dream which is reality which the world would see thanks m awakened *_*

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    1. Good that you are prepared to work hard. However, don't only put hard work, work intelligently and market yourself.

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  4. We are living outside of India living in New Zealand can we consider ourselves to apply foe actors actresses or even film-extras.

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    1. Country or a place doesn't matter. You may have to Mumbai and stay here for a reasonable period. Get trained and then try.

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