Adarsh trained in Hindustani classical music for 10 years before moving to Bombay in 2007. After graduating from DSM, Adarsh directed Aiyo Raja for the Thespo Fringe. He was part of the production of Lucrece, directed by Paul Goodwin for the Centre Stage Festival held at Napa Experimental. He portrayed the protagonist, Dhruv Mathur in Rukh produced by Drishyam Fims. Since then he has sone on to act in several webseries and TVCs including, Die Trying written by and starring Kenny Sebastian (Amazon Prime), Leila directed by Deepa Mehta (Netflix), Hostel Dazem a TVF production (Amazon Prime) as well as a Tata Sky TVC with Mahesh Bhatt. He attended a 15-day Navarasa workshop conducted by G.Venu at his residence in Irinjalakuda, Kerala. Most recently, he [layed the protagonist, Balram Halwai in the Netflix Global Film, the White Tiger. It is the official adaptation of the Booker Award-winning novel by Aravind Adiga and is due for release in 2020. The film was directed by Ramin Bahrani and stars Priyanka Chopra and Rajkumar Rao in pivotal roles.
Chrisann made her stage debut in ‘Three Women’ and ‘Chitra and Chaitali’ both directed by Isheeta Ganguly and music composed by Pritam. She also, took on multiple characters in ‘Fistful of Rupees’ that won a Sultan Padamsee Award in 2018.
On-Camera Chrisann plays Kavita in ‘Thinkistan’ and was in ‘Batla House’ directed by Nikhil Advani and ‘Tryst’ by Prashant Nair. She will also be seen in ‘Sadak 2’directed by Mahesh Bhatt. Alongside, Chrisann has been a professional dancer for over a decade, trained at the Shiamak Davar Institute of Performing Arts. She also stood as Head of Department in Speech and Drama at Vibgyor group of Schools.
With a love for cinema, theatre, poetry and reading; she’s an old soul with a hunger to tell stories and tell them well.
Deepmala Khera is an entrepreneur, an actor, a Self Science counsellor, a therapist, an educator, for neurotypicals and neurodiverse, She lets the each each category interflow and enrich the other. She also has studied in Duende School of Physical Theatre.
She has acted in *Taming Of The Shrew Directed by Deshik Vansadia *Interconnectedness Of All Living Things by John Briton
Assistant Director for *Charlie And The Chocolate factory directed by Timira *Where The Wild Things Are directed by Timira
Dramaturge and Assistant Director *Those left behind things directed by Vikram Phukan
Directed and deviced *Dear peer for MGIS *Education Upside down inside out for NIFT
She has done bytes for TVF, Rednose Entertainment, Nirvana films and Emmay.
She promotes an intimate encounter with art through her venture Artist In Residence.
Kohmal Khanna is an actor, dancer and coach. After graduating from the Drama School Mumbai, she performed at the Kolkata Literary Festival and RECL Singapore, as Bimala in the play Three Women, written and directed by Isheeta Ganguly. Another production with which Kohmal has toured across all metro cities in India is “Sundays with chitra and chaitali”.
Recently at an event the team performed with the guest of honor being Dr. Shashi Tharoor, who also took to twitter to express his appreciation for the play. She has been a part of multiple plays and has worked with various accredited directors.
She is also a dancer who regularly trains in Kathak and Jazz. She is part of an ensemble production called ‘Rhinocerous’ directed by Gagan Dev Riar. She has performed in the play ‘This Is All There Is, When There Is All This’ a Company Theatre production directed by Sujay saple & Rachel D’Souza.
She is also part of an ensemble piece done for supper theatre exclusively which is called ‘Love Truth Bombs’ directed by Priyanka Banerjee. It’s a Leogirl production.
She is part of a corporate show for Jindal Steel works, for their anti-sexual harrasment programme and it is written and directed by Sujaya Bannerjee She is also an independent acting coach and has various projects to her credit as a facilitator.
Shruti Sunder is working as an actor, director and theatre teacher. She runs her own theatre group पेशेवर मौजख़ोर / Peshevar MaujKhor in Delhi, which is a proud producer of plays like The Other Half, Ek Square Metre Khushi and Hum Main Vo. Aside from being a performer herself, she also juggles roles of being a designer, writer, puppeteer, and champion of the Hindi/Urdu language. Her brand of theatre has a unique voice which combines collaboration, collective activism, contemporary theatre and puppetry. In 2019, the play Ek Square Metre Khushi, had the honour of opening the first ever edition of the Shadipur Natak Utsav, a community curated theatre festival at the iconic Studio Safdar in Delhi. Besides, The Other Half was selected for performance at TARANG – Delhi International Queer Theatre and Film Festival 2019.
After graduating from DSM, Mahitha has been working as an actor, writer, spoken-word artist, and public speaking coach. As an actor Mahitha has had a role in Sacred Games to her credit, and has been part of several English language plays in Chennai. As a storyteller, she has performed at SPOKEN2020, with Kommune, Tape A Tale, and other spoken-word/storytelling organisations, at events in several cities across the country. She specialises in mythological stories, and real world narratives.