A heart to heart interview based exclusive show started in 2011 on Rajya Sabha TV. Guftagoo is an explorative-inquisitive and intimate conversation with celebrated personalities from various fields of Cinema, Theatre, Visual Arts, Literature and Culture.
The show focuses on the life experiences, emotional conflicts, inspirations, struggles that brought out the the real self in them and shaped the way they perceived the world.
Show’s host is Syed Mohd Irfan.
Irfan is an industry veteran with a rich media experience of over three decades. He has been associated with all forms of media from print, radio, television to the digital media.
As a host and media personality Irfan has been the marvelous communicator and and bridge builder known for his knowledge, precision and compassion, as a television host his appeal exists from art and culture doyen to all people together, evolved.
Guftagoo is an attempt to put together the guest’s concerns, ideas, passions towards his/her fields and reflections on existing time and society. Interspersed with relevant visuals/songs/video clips and inputs from person’s work.
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A Mauritian artist of Indian origin Akshay Seebaluck shares his recent visit to Afghanistan.
Before embarking on his journey to Afghanistan, Akshay Seebaluck, an artist of Mauritian and Indian descent, had dedicated years to refining his painting skills in Khairagarh. His artistic pursuits led him to various European countries, including a year-long sojourn in Spain, and later, enrollment as a student in an art institute in Germany. Prior to his visit, Akshay held preconceived notions about Afghanistan, harboring skepticism about the potential reception from locals. His perception was colored by an image of a country where artists, particularly those depicting figures, were scorned, and a notable level of xenophobia prevailed. However, his month-long exploration turned out to be both exhilarating and transformative, challenging and reshaping the young artist's perspectives.
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