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It's college calling for Rajkumar Rao

It's college calling for Rajkumar Rao

India Blooms News Service | | 04 May 2015, 10:36 pm
Mumbai, May 4 (IBNS): Rajkumar Rao, who has currently been in news for winning the Dadasaheb Phalke Foundation award for his latest film Citylights, has been invited to his own college in Delhi to interact with the students on his journey in the film industry and cinema at length.

The actor who comes from Gurgaon is a student of Delhi’s ARSD college.  In fact, this would the second time that the management of the college has invited the actor to have a candid motivational chat with the youth.

Rajkumar had visited his college a few months back and was immensely glad and satisfied to have done so. Back then he also had a one on one interaction with the students who were keen to know about his experiences in the industry of Bollywood. 

The college management had experienced the connect that Rajkumar shared with the youth and the students of and therefore requested the actor if he could visit them once again. Rajkumar who is currently in the midst of his locked schedule is trying to make some time for same.

His recent films, Citylights and Queen (National Award – Best Film) garnered immense appreciation from across quarters. Going forward, the actor will be seen in Mohit Suri’s next, Humaari Adhuri Kahaani with Vidya Balan followed by, Hansal Mehta’s Aligarh alongside Manoj Bajpai.

Rajkumar shares, "It is always great to go back to the place that has added so much to you, not just academically but overall. When i share my journey with them, it only helps me reiterate to myself that nothing is impossible."