Jagjeet Sandhu – AutoBiography | Punjabi Actor – Movies, Videos, Images
The journey of the worst phase to an actor-Jagjeet Sandhu
Autobiography and insight reality of Jagjeet sandhu
Actors have something relatable emotions, which make them to grow in this industry where you will get people with the mask of hidden reality around them. One of them is Jagjeet Sandhu. If we talk about the Jagjeet Sandhu autobiography. Being a child of an alcoholic father his childhood desires were never fulfilled and he took the task upon his shoulders, not waiting to grow up Jagjeet Sandhu 1st Stage Performance. He was born into the rustic life of a small village in the district of Fatehgarh Sahib, Himmatgarh Chhana. Acting or any other art form had eluded the modest agricultural subsistence’s of his village. A forming spark of mischief in, however, was luckily mistaken as desired behavior for the theater by school authorities. At the age of 7, a theater group in the neighboring city of Amloh enrolled Jagjeet Sandhu into their production company and hence began the boy got his acting career which could have well remained the misdemeanors and misadventures of a regular Punjabi village boy. While in school, he performed in numerous plays in villages for which he received Rs 50 each, an amount quite pleasing to my family. Though the family was not in a good condition with money issues but Jagjeet sandhu acting career sparkle there desired life. During college, he performed at various Youth Festivals where he was encouraged and awarded with Best Actor accolades. Later on the actor Jagjeet Sandhu pursued M.A. in Theatre from Punjab University and thereafter joined Padma Shri Neelam Mann Singh’s theater group ‘The Company Theater.’ Meanwhile, he was also bagged by the starting career in the first Punjabi feature film ‘Rupinder Gandhi’ in which the role was of Bhola struck big with audiences.
The role as ‘Speed’ in the second film Qissa Panjab brought a drastic and critical acclaim as well as international recognition. Academy Award Nominee Deepa Mehta chose jagjeet to play a significant part in her film ‘The Anatomy of Violence’ which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. The journey this far has been an adventure in the exploration of the possibilities of the human mind and its bodily representations. Apart from luxury advantages, I personally enjoy the cerebral study of characters as much as enjoy the visceral. The pursuit of the required character condition is where he likes to spend most of his quality time. The actor personally sees the truth in becoming a character as opposed to merely acting as one.