Character Breakdown

September 23, 2011

  • CHARACTER BREAKDOWN

  • AUDITIONS will be held for the following roles:
    *Character Sides/Monologue will be provided at the above-mentioned venue…

    FIGS BHARDWAJ (LEAD):
    Male, Early 20s. The quintessential rebel. Figs is a student at Delhi University infamous for his cynical wit and argumentative streak. A true escapist, Figs amuses himself with a constant supply of drugs, alcohol and partying.

    JAYASHRI BOSE (CO-LEAD):
    Female, early 20s. President of the LSR debate team. Jay is attractive in an unconventional sense. She’s political, motivated and actively strives to change the world around her.

    MAGGIE MATHUR:
    Female, early 20s. Maggie is Figs’ best friend. She’s rich, spoilt, and attractive and has a knack for getting exactly what she wants.

    NIYAZ HASAN:
    Male, early 20s. A college student by day and a struggling musician by night. With long hair, an unkempt beard and a leather jacket, Niz makes quite the impression.

    MR. BHARDWAJ:
    Male, mid to late 50s. A strict and old-fashioned gentleman. Mr. Bhardwaj spends his days playing golf or drinking scotch with his colleagues at the club.

    MRS. BHARDWAJ:
    Female, early to mid 50s. An articulate if somewhat insincere lady. Ms. Bhardwaj is a veteran socialite who spends her days shopping and mingling with likeminded individuals.

    THUPTHEN THINLEY:
    Male, early 30s. Tibetan. A student leader and lifelong champion for the cause of Free Tibet. Thupten is a taciturn young man with a serious demeanor about him.

    VISHNU DAS:
    Male, mid to late 60s. A silver-haired American expat. Vishnu moved to India during the height of the hippie era. He lives in the hills and is highly regarded as a local expert on meditation and trance music.

    MARIE SARTRE:
    Female, mid to late 30s. A French reporter. Marie is currently on assignment in India. She’s a highly astute judge of character and situation.

    RAM HARIHARAN:
    Male, early 40s. A grass roots organizer. Ram is a political activist who’s idealism is endearing if a little unrelenting.

    RADHA:
    Female, late 30s. A village woman turned revolutionary. Radha is a born leader. She’s one of the loudest and most respected voices in her village.

    KINTU BHATT:
    Female, late 50s. Spokeswoman of Team Anna and leader of the anti-corruption brigade. Kintu is a one woman army. Prone to hysterics, she talks an awful lot but rarely makes a point.

    POLICE OFFICER:
    Male, early 40s. A grubby looking police officer with a menacing scowl.

    Posted on September 23, 2011 in Movie, Press

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