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“Teaching Acting to Kids is Gratifying,” says Award-Winning Actor Matthew Sauvé

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Nothing fuels passion more than the imagination of a child. When you’re a kid, the sky is the limit! Recognizing and cultivating that passion at a young age is vital for a child’s development. Kids are quick to acknowledge that they have a talent and are also eager to hone the appropriate skills to nurture it into something more. It is about building the foundation for a rewarding future, and award-winning actor Matthew Sauvé is making this a part of his mission.

Matthew Sauvé has won an astonishing 40 best actor awards worldwide, and his stardom continues to rise. One of his most recent wins found him nominated alongside Hollywood heavyweight Vincent D’Onofrio. Sauvé built his career from the ground up when he realized he could no longer ignore his passion. It was not all red carpets and awards. It was hard work. He left his 12-year-long policing career to embrace a dream he had since childhood.

“I didn’t grow up in a household that was supportive of the arts,” explains Sauvé. “That’s why in my free time, it was so important to me to connect with kids that have dreams of acting. It is about giving back through community support.” Sauvé teaches workshops for kids at the Kamera Academy, the child talent division of Sutherland Models. “I absolutely love it. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing a child’s face light up when they realize they do possess the talent and confidence to thrive in acting.”

Sauvé has been incredibly lucky thanks to his work ethic and exceptional talent. “Finding my passion as an adult and being able to build this career so quickly is like winning the lottery a little bit. It is easier to start when you are younger,” explains Sauvé. “Giving children that opportunity to start at a younger age is important to me because it is something I wish I had.”

For Sauvé, teaching these kids is gratifying because he gets the chance to share his passion for acting with young minds eager to learn. “I know how much happiness it gives these young people, and there is no better feeling than that.” Matthew Sauvé is an incredible actor with a simple mantra “don’t let your star rise without taking others with you, always pay it forward.”

The idea of Bigtime Daily landed this engineer cum journalist from a multi-national company to the digital avenue. Matthew brought life to this idea and rendered all that was necessary to create an interactive and attractive platform for the readers. Apart from managing the platform, he also contributes his expertise in business niche.

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Interview with director Vedd Rawtaani

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Roy T Bennett, the author of the best-selling book, The Light in the Heart, very famously said, “Great things happen to those who don’t stop believing, trying, learning, and being grateful.” Growing stops when you close your mind to learning. Education is not just what you receive in school, it is a lifelong process that enables you to open your mind and learn more about the complexities of this life and this world. This statement holds more meaning in the world of art. Whether you’re a musician or painter or filmmaker, you’re always a student. An up-and-comer director who has been making waves in the world of film making is Vedd Rawtaani.

A Mumbai-based film director, editor, and writer, Vedd dreamed of entering the film industry at a very young age. Right from his school days, he took great interest in films and the art of making them. When he was only 21, he directed his first-ever web series, ‘Pyaar on the Rocks’, which featured veteran actor Raza Murad. The show received critical acclaim, with the first episode achieving over a million views. When asked about the show’s success, Vedd said, “I was completely overwhelmed and received fan mail from all corners of the world. This led me to believe that there is more that I can achieve.” Vedd also believes that directing and film-making are continuous learning processes. The more you allow yourself to be educated in them, the better your product will be.

After Pyaar on the Rocks, Vedd has worked on numerous projects that included television commercials for various brands. He has also worked with Disha Patani for the brand ONLY. Furthermore, he was associated with the 2019 hit movie Gully Boy, editing its promotional videos, most notably the ‘Voice of the Streets’ segment. Going forward, he wishes to further hone his skills as a director and screenplay writer and create the kind of work that people may remember for many years.

As an alumnus of Whistling Woods, Vedd has trained under celebrated actor and writer, Kader Khan. His inspiration comes from directors like Rohit Shetty, Mohit Suri, Rajkumar Hirani and many more. He also received a Foxglove Certificate of Appreciation for an ad film he had worked on, titled ‘Thoda Aur Zyada’. At the mere age of 16, he won an award for his short film ‘Two-Faced’. Vedd is currently working on numerous projects that include web series, ad films and more. 

With the rise of OTT platforms, India is churning out content that is loved by the masses. It is the right time and opportunity for every filmmaker in this country to unleash their creative side and make their mark.

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