Taavish, Hasan and Kamalpreet win the Chalchitra title

The CT Group organizes an online acting competition Chalchitra

Jalandhar: After the mega success of the online competition for singing, dancing and fashion shows, Department of Cultural Affairs, the CT Group organized another online event entitled “Chalchitra – an online acting competition” on the subject of lockdown.

This competition received 64 entries from Punjab, Rajasthan, Haryana and Delhi as well as international participants from Canada. There were 3 age categories like 4-10 years, 10-16 years and 16+ years. Participants sent their acting videos, which were created for 1.5 to 3 minutes, and were judged based on social media likes along with the final verdict of 3 judges, Sonika Chauhan, Pollywood Actress. Siddakpreet Makkar, film director and Karan Dev Jagota, director Sanjh Kala Manch Kapurthala.

The participants presented their videos on the topic of blocking, which conveyed various messages about the importance of wearing masks and the use of disinfectants. Life lessons from COVID-19; family problems during the ban etc.

After the results were completed, the winners remained in the 4-10 year category Taavish (first), Haradhya Kaur (second) and Divansh and Fayona & Shubhkarman Singh. Hasan Abdal Singh came first in the age group 10-16 years. Tripat Madan and Arjun Singh Vij came in second, and Divyanshu and Gurdip Sharma came in third. In the age group of 16+ years, Kamalpreet Kaur came first, Varinder Kaur second and Ashmeen Kaur and Davinder Singh third. The event was organized under the supervision of Davinder Singh, cultural representative.

Manbir Singh, CEO of CT Group, congratulated the winners and said: “It is so good to see such talented participation across the country even during the ban. The goal of organizing this event was to provide a platform for talented and aspiring actors where they can demonstrate their acting skills during the lockdown, and the CT Group will continue to organize similar online events in the future. ”


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