Acting Course Film TV Theatre Course in Hyderabad

Available Course Duration :

  • 4 Weeks
  • 6 Weeks
  • 12 Weeks
  • 24 Weeks
  • 52 Weeks

Acting Course for Film, TV, and Theatre in Hyderabad: 


1 Month Acting course syllabus

  • Theory
  • Scene pratice
  • Dialogue Diction
  • Improvisation
  • Mirror exercise

45 Days Acting course syllabus

  • Theory
  • Scene pratical session
  • Dialogue Diction
  • Voice theory & Pratical session
  • Scene improvisation
  • Navarasas Mime Basics
  • Character study
  • Co_Ordination exercise

3 months Acting course syllabus

  • Method of acting
  • Art of acting
  • Monologues
  • Theory
  • Scene pratical session
  • Dialogue Diction
  • Voice theory & Pratical session
  • Scene improvisation
  • Navarasas Mime Basics
  • Character study
  • Co_Ordination exercise

6 Months Acting course syllabus

  • Shringara (love/beauty) theory and practical session
  • Hasya (laughter) theory and practical session
  • Karuna(sorrow) Theory and pratical session
  • Raudra (anger) theory and practical session
  • Veera (heroism/courage) theory and practical session
  • Bhayanaka (terror/fear) theory and practical session
  • Bibhatsa (disgust) Theory and practical session
  • Adbutha (surprise/wonder) Theory and practical session
  • Shantha (peace or tranquility) Theory and practical session
  • DMAIC Approach
  • Public speaking


An actor is a performer who uses their character to convey a narrative. They typically work from a written text, such as a play or screenplay, and employ a variety of techniques to convey to an audience the character's feelings, thoughts, and ideas.

Lokadharmi and Natyadharmi Abhinayam

Abhinaya is divided into two categories: natyadharmi and lokadharmi. Natyadharmi abhinayam adheres to standards that give it a 'artistic' appearance by being more poetic and stylistic. Lokadharmi abhinayam, which incorporates spontaneous emotion and movement that is more prevalent in daily life, is more unaffected and realistic. This is frequently more challenging because there are countless ways to interpret an emotion or poetic passage.


Angika abhinayam describes the movements of the head, hands, waist, and face, among other bodily parts.


Speech is essential to both drama and music because it enables the performers to express their feelings and give their audience meaning. Dancers frequently incorporate the lyrics from the songs into their performances in Indian classical dance forms like Kuchipudi and Melattur to give their performances depth and emotion.


Costumes and makeup in plays and dance dramas help to distinguish the race, sect, or class of the characters, giving realism to the performance.


A kind of communication known as Sattvika Abhinayam uses the artist's inner feelings to convey a message, produce an image, or elicit an emotional response from the audience.


It is a group activity where performers challenge one another to develop their body language and expressions in order to overcome stage fright and enhance other skills including memorization, observation, improvisation, originality, expressions, and reactions.


A theatre monologue is a speech presented by a single character. It is usually to express their thoughts aloud, but sometimes it is also to address another character or the audience directly. Monologues are common in all types of dramatic media and non-dramatic media such as poetry.


A conversation between two or more persons is referred to as a dialogue.


Nine human emotions that are crucial for an actor to understand are represented by "NAVARASAS." You can then portray the appropriate emotions during your performance in line with the script's requirements.

SHRUNGARAM:- Love/Beauty
HASYAM:- Comedy/Laughter/Humor
KARUNA:- Pity/Sympathy
VEERAM:- Heroism, Bravery, Courage
BHAYANAKAM:- Fear, Insecurity
BIBHATSAM:- Disgusting
ADBHUTAM:- wonder, Mystery, Curiosity
SHANTAM:- Peace, Calm, Relax

Therefore, these "NAVARASA" help actors in portraying the various emotions needed for a character. For an actor to play any role, emotions and facial expressions are necessary.

They must first understand their character and the necessary feelings. This indicates a rasa from NAVARASA. Learning NAVARASA will therefore help an actor in portraying their feelings.



They may come to auditions in the industry on their own.


Actors that interact with other creators must establish connections and establish relationships.

Unpaid Possibilities

Many performers may accept unpaid jobs in order to increase their profile or form relationships with other artists


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