Oorvazi Irani News
‘The K File’ movie review: A bold solution to a dilemma called ‘Mohammed Ajmal Kasab’
A 10-minute short film that has been released online attempts to provide an answer to the socio-political dilemma that has haunted India since the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks
It’s been over three years since ten young men from a neighbouring country (Pakistan) entered Mumbai in broad daylight and went on a two-day killing spree through the city. While the inhabitants of the financial capital of India have managed to go back to their routines after 26/11, the Indian judiciary and government still wonders what to do with the sole surviving terrorist, Mohammed Ajmal Kasab Click here to read more
Wanna act like Johnny Depp?
Grab a copy of the Michael Chekhov’s Acting Techniques DVD, authored by Oorvazi Irani, and also attend a workshop
If acting is your passion and you want to be close to the method that stars like Johnny Depp, Anthony Hopkins, Jack Nicholson, Ingrid Bergman and Clint Eastwood follow to get their act right, then get yourself a copy of artist-educationist Oorvazi Irani’s DVD on Michael Chekhov’s acting techniques. According to Irani, Chekhov, nephew of playwright Anton Chekhov, taught a revolutionary method – one that frees the actor from his limited personality, so that he or she does not have to rely on past experiences to act. At the core of this technique is the body-mind connection. Click here to read more