Saumya Joshi – an Indian poet, writer, playwright, director and actor.

He is known in Gujarati theatre for his plays Welcome Zindagi and 102 Not Out.


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Saumya Joshi

Joshi was brought into the world on 3 July 1973 in Ahmedabad, Gujarat to Jayant Joshi and Neela Joshi. He finished his essential and optional training from Vijaynagar High School, Ahmedabad in 1990. He finished his Bachelor of Arts from H.K Arts College, Ahmedabad in 1993 and Master of Arts from School of Languages of Gujarat University in 1995 with English writing as one of his subjects.

Joshi was brought into the world on 3 July 1973 in Ahmedabad, Gujarat to Jayant Joshi and Neela Joshi. He finished his essential and optional training from Vijaynagar High School, Ahmedabad in 1990. He finished his Bachelor of Arts from H.K Arts College, Ahmedabad in 1993 and Master of Arts from School of Languages of Gujarat University in 1995 with English writing as one of his subjects.

Career

Joshi began his vocation as a Professor of English writing in his institute of matriculation H. K. Expressions College in 1995. In 2010, he established the Fade-In Theater with other youthful performance center individuals. He found employment elsewhere as a teacher in September 2011 to seek after the theater.

Joshi began to compose sonnets at 18 years old. His first sonnet was distributed in Kavilok. In this manner, his sonnets were distributed in other Gujarati magazines including Shabdasrishti, Kavita, Shabdalay, Navneet Samarpan, and Kumar. He appeared in Gujarati theater with his play Rami Lo Ne Yaar!.

Works

Greenroomma (In the Greenroom), his main assortment of sonnets, was distributed in 2008. His sonnets are in various classes of verse, for example, Ghazal, Nazm, Geet and Free refrain and on various subjects, for example, Sex Worker, the Rana abandoned by Meera, the kid at the Sivakasi firecrackers production line, a shepherd named Jetho, the helpless younger sibling, a worker discovering relief from the searing sun underneath the gunny sack which he hurls. The book was widely praised.

Poetry

Greenroomma (In the Greenroom), his main assortment of sonnets, was distributed in 2008. His sonnets are in various classes of verse, for example, Ghazal, Nazm, Geet and Free refrain and on various subjects, for example, Sex Worker, the Rana abandoned by Meera, the kid at the Sivakasi firecrackers production line, a shepherd named Jetho, the helpless younger sibling, a worker discovering relief from the searing sun underneath the gunny sack which he hurls. The book was widely praised.

Plays

He appeared in Gujarati theater with his play Rami Lo Ne Yaar!. He got widely praised for his play Dost Chokkas Ahin Ek Nagar Vastu Hatu, a melodic dark satire dependent on 2002 Gujarat riots. This play provoked The Week magazine to name Joshi as one of the 50 rising stars of India in 2003. Before long, his play Aathma Taaru Nu Aakash turned into the primary play from Gujarat to be chosen for the renowned Prithvi Theater Festival in Mumbai in 2005. His other widely praised and economically fruitful plays are Welcome Zindagi and 102 Not out. 102 Not out is around a 102-year-old dad who needs to break the world record of a Chinese man who has lived for a very long time. His different plays incorporates Munjaro, Mahatma Bomb, Tu Tu Tu Tara and Dharo Ke Tame Manji Chho.

His play 102 Not Out is adjusted as a Hindi language Indian movie 102 Not Out coordinated by Umesh Shukla. He is credited as an essayist of the film. He likewise composed exchanges and verses for 2018 Gujarati language film Hellaro.

Movies

His play 102 Not Out is adjusted as a Hindi language Indian movie 102 Not Out coordinated by Umesh Shukla. He is credited as an essayist of the film. He likewise composed exchanges and verses for 2018 Gujarati language film Hellaro.

Joshi won Yuva Gaurav Puraskar (2007) and Takhtasinh Parmar Prize (2008-09) for his commitment in Gujarati writing.

Recognition

Joshi won Yuva Gaurav Puraskar (2007) and Takhtasinh Parmar Prize (2008-09) for his commitment in Gujarati writing. He got Chandravadan Chimanlal Mehta Award, named after prestigious Gujarati screenwriter Chandravadan Mehta, in 2013 for his commitment in Gujarati theater. He is additionally a beneficiary of the Ravji Patel Award, Balvantray Thakor Prize and Sadbhavna Award (2014).

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