Do you want to be a star??
February 5, 2010 1:04pm CST
How many of you want to be stars of Bollywood? Isn't that interesting...lot of common people dream of making it big in the industry. The figures are really amazing.It is said that almost every day a 100,000 people land in Mumbai with the dreams of becoming something in the really nasty industry.Very few actually make it to some small jobs or roles and very few make it all the way. So the question here is that since we all know that the success ratio is very low.Should people stop dreaming and not follow what has been in their hearts for years.Should they just take consolation with the fact thats its really tough to make it and one should have a God father or some contact available to move forward in this industry. What is your say on it?
11 Feb 10
Not everyone can become an actor,its not possible. Dreaming is different becoming one is different.Each person has his/her own skills which needs to be enhanced ,movie industry is a glamourous one ,iuts very difficult to reach the top it also requires hardwork not all understand that hardship the actors go through everyday, they only see the glitteraty which follows the actors they donot know how they got to the top.
21 Feb 10
yes i want be a star .then i star my life is different life as present life. and i become the star all India Know my name . and i give the many hit movie to indian people and every man take my autograph . my life is very fantastic and i am very rich . so i wish the God pls become me a famous star.
16 Feb 10
no dont want to be a star of bollywood or hollywood.i think this is an interesting topic to discuss on.ni today's world a 2 year child wants to become sharukh khan or Mr perfect that is aamir obviously.yes you are right that in these types of careers success ratio is very low but still if you are hardworking then you can be next BIG B.
16 Feb 10
movie industry is a glamourous one ,iuts very difficult to reach the top it also requires hardwork not all understand that hardship the actors go through everydaythey only see the glitteraty which follows the actors they donot know how they got to the top.
13 Feb 10
Every course at London Met should have a Student Academic Representative or a StAR. They are students elected by their peers to represent the voice of student on that course.StARS sit on various committees at a course and departmental level. They give studentsa voice in the decision-making process. They take up concerns on behalf of student and provide feedback to the University.