Despite the prevailing diversities, a group of 20 actors from Nepal is all set to visit India for about three weeks to gather knowledge about the acting and related aspects of Bollywood.
The actors represent various backgrounds - theatres, linguistic films, big movies and such, also known as 'Kollywood', Nepal's own version of the film industry.
Sabina Gopal, a renowned theatre artist to visit India, told ANI, "I am very excited that I will gain more knowledge about acting skills. I am very much confident that my new learning will help my career".
During the experience, the participants will receive rigorous training in acting. The participants will also get an opportunity to interact with a string of leading Bollywood celebrities.
Sayam Puri, a well-known Nepali actor shared his excitement with ANI, "I think it's going to enhance us in every possible way - would it be acting or direct delivery or other things".
The selected group will visit the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) at Pune. The visit will be a 20-day affair starting from February 12 and move on to consequential Bollywood locations like The Film City of India, Mumbai among others.
(with ANI inputs)