Hardships Are Blessing In Disguise Says Actor & Acting Coach Ashok Kumar Beniwal, Pioneer Behind SPATTP

Ashok Kumar Beniwal (often referred as Ashok Beniwal) the name doesn’t requires any introduction, fans know him for his stellar work and Bollywood knows him as the pioneer behind Super Power Actor Transformational Training Programme.

Ashok Beniwal is a multi dimensional talent power house, who is Actor, Acting Coach, a Motivational Speaker and a stellar theatre artist.

Talking about his personal tragedy which led him to new heights of talent, Ashok said, “I started out as a theatre artist. I have done theatre for the longest, which has laid a good foundation to my craft and intellect. I’ve probably done 100 films and 30 TVC’s up till 2012. In 2013, I lost 9 family members in Kedarnath Flood tragedy. It was shattering and heartbreaking for me. After that things changed for me for worst, I went through mental, physical and financial beating. Lost my home, belonging, it was total chaos. I shifted to Mumbai again in 2014 and did my regular knocking on the doors looking
for work. I got a lot of assurance but never got the call”

“But in 2016, AD filmmaker Roop Dutta called me and asked me to train one aspiring actress. That changed things for me, after first assignment, which went pretty well, I started getting calls for training. I even trained Miss India International Rochelle Rao”

Adding further the actor said, “With my experience in life and acting, I created a unique training system to train aspirants called – Super Power Actor Transformational training Programme. Then I went big with it, I’ve trained more than 5000 aspirants in free open/live sessions, now I have more exclusive intense training for serious aspirants. Now in this corona crisis I am the pioneer in online Acting Classes. I realised that my system is best for online training’s and the results are superb. All the hardship has led me to better understand the craft and teach it as well, sometimes hardships are blessing in disguise”

Bollywood celebrities swear by Ashok Beniwal’s unique method of acting. After conquering the training arena, Ashok moved toward acting again.

Talking about his acting journey Ashok said, “In 2017, I got G Ravi Kumar’s trilingual movie Rose Garden as main protagonist. After that I got bigger movies, such as Rajinikanth’s Darbaar, and Gopichand‘s Chanakya and filmmaker Satyajit Mishra’s Jaan Abhi Baki Hai”

Ashok Beniwal’s acting resume is as stellar as his coaching method. Genre ranging from commercial drama’s to content driven art house cinema, to digital space he has done it all, and across different languages.

Ashok Beniwal has been part of web-series Mirzapur, movies such as Hate Story 2, Zila Ghaziabad, Shaapit, 1920, Jail, Gangor, Apharaan, Ponnar Sankar, Ye Saali Zindagi, Qayamat, Ishq Hai Tumse, Dil Hai Tumhara, Aggar , Karm, Tum Sa Nahin Dekha, The Train, Jaago, Dhamaal, Family, Kya Yahi Sach Hai, Roll No 56, Hello India, Kismat Connection and a lot more.

 

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