The above post was written 2 years back, when the blog was started.
As of now, the author has a little more to her experience – having worked briefly in Radio, then as a Music journalist and consequently a Social Media strategist. She has simultaneously been heading operations for a short film club in the City, along with a good deal of work in Theatre. She has fortunately been able to “create” and “explore” opportunities in this very beautiful city of Vadodara, and hence, has never really planned to move out.
She also has to her credit the success of Chalchitra 2012 short film (in the capacity of Head Operations) which saw the likes of Abhishek Kapoor and Kirron Kher as guests and Tom Alter, Rajit Kapur and Hitu Kanodia as Judges.
She has performed in the Play “Dak Ghar” or “The Post Office” written by Rabindranath Tagore completing 9 shows across the states of Gujarat and Rajashthan. She has also been a part of workshops on theatre, performed in the play “Hidden Fires”, written by Manjula Padmanabhan, staged in Darpana Academy – Natrani Amphitheatre, Ahmedabad.
As one of the Chief Guests at a Woman oriented screening of Select Films, at the PDPU university, Apsara spoke about the importance of “making a contribution” and “making the most of one’s education and experience”.
She actively participates in events and activities across the city and aspires to be able to make significant contributions in her “areas” of work. The word “areas” is uses here, owing to her diverse interests and activities!
That’s about it – updates from 2010 to 2012 December!