Young actors win hearts at PILAC

Ajoka students once again won the hearts of the audience with their spirit and skills learned during Ajoka Institute Art of Acting course.

Pakistan (Qasim Ali) All were first time actors. The students performed Shahid Nadeem’s “Jhalli Kithay Javay” and were directed by Nirvaan Nadeem. The play revolves around the story of a young woman who is believed to have been possessed by jinns and taken by the family from one traditional healers to another, finally ending up in the mental asylum. The performance was in the folk theatre style with meaningful songs and choreography.

“Jhalli” was played by Nyle Imtiaz, other actors included Hammad Ejaz, Mohsin Masood, Waleed Hafeez, M. Hanzla Ehsan, Shan-e-Ali, Usama Bin Saeed, Ahmad Kamal, Fizza Tirmizi and Sherbano Rehmani. Asad Bhatti added to the impact of the play with his singing.

A packed PILAC audience gave prolonged applause to the talented young actors. Course mentor Nirvaan Nadeem, appreciated the commitment and hardworking of the cast and distributed certificates to the participants. He also thanked PILAC Director General for her support of Ajoka and the grooming of new talent.

Next batch of Ajoka Institute’s “Art of Acting” course starts on 2nd of December 2022, admissions start from Nov 7th.