TAKING SMALL STEPS TOWARDS A BRIGHTER FUTURE, PIYUSH BHARDWAJ

TAKING SMALL STEPS TOWARDS A BRIGHTER FUTURE, PIYUSH BHARDWAJ

Piyush Bhardwaj is a millenial hailing from Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Although he has his own transport business, yet he also wanted to try out his luck in the field of acting. What better place more than theatre can be where one could strengthen his roots of acting! Therefore, he joined Delhi Kshitij Theatre Group where he discovered what the real acting is. It not only helped him realize the importance of self introspection but also enhanced his creative perspective.

Interestingly, he learnt how to express himself more effectively. When he used to perform arts, he was able to use his body along with his face to convey artistic expression which helped him a lot to sharpen his performing skills. Piyush Bhardwaj has also worked as a casting intern in Mumbai.

Piyush is just a fresher with eyes full of dreams and aspirations for the near future who is keen to do experiments in almost every field he could. He can be called as an outsider, who deserves no second chance, and whose journey might be full of struggles ahead, yet Piyush is determined and keeping himself surrounded by various activities, in order to develop his skills. He contributes towards the youth population of India, and he is also like every other youth in the country. But what makes him shine differently among the crowd, is his passion to do something which no one had ever done before. This budding artist will soon prove to be an inspiration for all the other young people out there, because of the hardwork he does and walking the road less travelled on a daily basis.

To talk about the path he is following, we are well aware that these professions are considered to be off-beat as you don’t have a regular and paid 9 to 5 job, plus sometimes you have to work harder and harder to meet the ends. Yet, Piyush Bhardwaj is gradually taking small small steps towards his incredible journey and our wishes are always with this talented boy.

  • BY RIYA RANI

Derek Robins