Eminent film, TV and theatre actress, Arundhati Nag on Sunday expressed her excitement saying that she was thrilled to perform for the first time in the City of Temples-Jammu.
The actor who was here to stage a play of Girish Karnad’s Bikhre Bimb as a part of Eighth Theatre Olympics was interacting with media, here on Sunday.
She said, “Life has taught me a lot. It is the greatest school. And if any of us have the sense and time to stop and reflect on its lessons, there is much we can learn. For me much remains to be learnt. I have done only those plays that I wanted to do. No compulsions and therefore I can really say that I am one of those fortunate actresses who have not had to make a compromise on the quality of work that I have come to be associated with. Now at a point where I have given 30 years or more of my life to my passion, I have also been fortunate to have realized my dream of a space that will nurture theatre.” Ranga Shankara the theatre built by her is a living space that has had over 600 performances in the two years of its existence.