Rasa Sanje for the welfare of senior artistes

This was disclosed by theatre artiste B Munikumar alias Junior Rajkumar, at a press meet which was organised here on Thursday. The artistes from the rural and urban areas, whose lives are in distress, seek to try their luck in Bangalore.

They try to exhibit their talent in hope of earning good recognition. But life in a metro and the cut-throat competition prevailing there, forces them to apply brakes and thus, the artistes are forced to take up some other job to lead their lives.
Thus, the artiste in them takes a backseat, explained Munikumar.

Overall welfare

The Ashrayadhama is being constructed for such artistes who have failed to get their recognition and dues, and also for their families, which offers shelter to them. Apart from offering shelter, the Ashrayadhama also offers free training in art, music, folklore, etc, which would enhance their interests and talent. The Ashrayadhama is being planned in such a way that it would cater to the overall welfare of the people, he added.

The building which is already coming up, is facing shortage of funds. Hence, in order to meet this scarcity, the artistes of Chintamani have decided to come together and contribute their bit by organising the ‘Rasa Sanje’ programme. All in all, 50 artistes have come together to make the event a grand success, the artiste informed.

Talent unlimited

The programme will begin from 3 pm to 6 pm on December 8. The programme will be presented by more than 25 artistes, including Junior Rajkumar, Junior Upendra, Junior Ravichandran, Junior Shankar Nag, etc, who will be exhibiting their talent. 

The public should not only attend the programme in large number, but should also extend their support in completing the Ashrayadhama project, Munikumar appealed. For  details interested persons can contact on the following numbers : - 98458 23867 or 92426 07161, Munikumar informed.

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