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World Theatre Day: Actor Shreyas Talpade Announces World's First OTT Platform Dedicated To Theatre

The thought behind the OTT platform is to help it reach larger audiences and use technology to its advantage.

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World Theatre Day: Actor Shreyas Talpade Announces World's First OTT Platform Dedicated To Theatre
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World Theatre Day: Actor Shreyas Talpade Announces World's First OTT Platform Dedicated To Theatre
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2021-03-27T12:13:37+05:30

On the occasion of World Theatre Day, Bollywood actor Shreyas Talpade took the opportunity to express his love for theatre and also announced the launch  date of the world's first OTT platform dedicated to theatre and performing arts. Titled 'Nine Rasa' the platform will be live from 9th April 2021.

The 1.54 seconds video encompasses Shreya's love for theatre. It is a medium that is based on expression and emotions, this thought is provocative but also has a deep sense of understanding the craft of acting and reacting.

The thought behind the OTT platform is to help it reach larger audiences and use technology to its advantage.

Shreyas Talpade took to social media to launch the video. In a heartfelt note, the actor wrote, "20 Years ago when I first put my foot on the stage I knew this was it. I knew this was my calling. I knew the path wasn't going to be easy, but I always knew someday, I will make that stage very proud! So today on #WorldTheatreDay I promise to make Theatre and Art shine in its full glory ALWAYS! Special thanks to Sanjay Upadhyay ji, Alok Ingle Ji and Swatantryaveer Savarkar Auditorium. We love you "

 

 
 
 
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The 45-year-old also made the announcement on his official Twitter and Facebook handles. 

 


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