Abhishek Sharma, a cinematographer from the Pink City who went to the tinsel town, Bollywood to try his luck and career. A successful cinematographer, Abhishek has his own experiences to share and guidance to give.
A list of television daily soaps on his name in light of cinematography, the Mr. Sharma the Jaipur based man has worked for daily soaps for television like Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Kasautii Zindagii Kay and Kyun Apne Huye Paraye.
The cinematographer expresses that there is a lot of struggle demanded to make a career in the acting field. Even then this is the path which countless youngsters choose to make a career in.
Struggle demanded, cut throat competition, survival tactics and talent.
There’s a lot that goes into being an actor. Maybe these are all the reasons why majority of the youngsters who set forth their feet in the acting arena step backwards later on as they become a fail attempt at it.
Abhishek states that instead of trying one’s luck, which may be good or which may turn out to be bad, as it happens in most of the cases, one must try to make a career in the technical line of the television or Bollywood industry. In the technical line, there are enough chances available and success definitely can be achieved if a little effort is put in to achieve the same.
Abhishek opens about his personal career track and revealed that in the year 2005 he took admission into an institute near Lokhandwala in the city of Mumbai.
His interest lied in the field and hence he began to work for Balaji Telefilms and DD National.
Abhishek had completed his college education from Rajasthan University in the Jaipur city and because his love and admiration lied in working for
From the year 2007, Abhishek began to produce short films of his own, video songs, documentaries and other travel flicks.
The cinematographer has also got offers and he willingly and wishfully accepted these offers to act in movies namely Chak De! India and Jaan-E-Mann.
However from the very beginning Abhishek also wanted to pick the technical line for the television and Bollywood industry and hence he choose to stick to that.
The Jaipur based cinematographer says he is always there as a support and help for youngsters from Rajasthan who wish to enter the film industry. He shall always remain to help and make youngsters from the state learn newer and better things.
To shoot and record a particular scene in the camera and to manage the team of cameramen is the task of a cinematographer. It is the duty and job of a cinematographer to establish harmony and coordination between the production team and the director.
When bomb blasts took place in the city of Mumbai, Abhishek was working for a television channel.
On the site of the blasts, many people ran away from the site to save their lives but Abhishek remained at the site along with a couple of his colleagues to help the people.
The people who did not leave the site of the blasts, worked on further for a stretch of 34 hours to rescue the lives of other people and to save their lives.
Abhishek expresses that it was a tough task to make a documentary on the oldest makeup man of the television industry, Mr. Pandhari Juker.
Mr. Juker is a winner of the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, which is India’s highest award and recognition in the cinema industry. The documentary made on the cricketer Pankaj Singh also turned out to be a hit.
The promotional marketing photography was credited with appreciation for the movie Singh Is Bling.
Abhishek personally believes and expresses that one must display dedication and passion toward his work. They must always keep up on their toes and make use of the Internet to do so.
A deep knowledge and insight must be there within one’s own sector.
Guidance must be taken from seniors in the similar industry and on a similar career path.
It’s not always about money; sometimes wok must also be done for trial basis, to judge one’s own perfection in a field and to enhance such perfection.
Work must always be commenced from the basic or the scratch level to ensure that core details of a subject are known and a person gains self-confidence by such a method only.
One must always be open to change and must embrace it with open arms.