Natrang’s proud artist Vrinda Gujral brought pride for Jammu by scoring 1st runner up position in the popular TV show ‘Subse Bada Kalakaar’ the grand finale of which concluded yesterday in Mumbai. Informing this her guru and mentor Natrang Director Balwant Thakur informed here today that Jammu awaits a huge reception for Vrinda Gujral who has created a history for being the first young artist of the state of J&K who with the magic of her brilliance reached to the top of a national show. A formal function to felicitate Vrinda, Natrang has planned to hold a show on Tuesday, 18th of July, 2017 at Abhinav Theatre, Jammu at 5.00 pm. In addition to the showcasing the screenings of her select performances, the show will also include the presentation of the play ‘Aap Hamaare Hain Kaun’ written and directed by Balwant Thakur in which Vrinda has played an important role. For Vrinda it was a tough journey to score top honours of the country. Her journey in this country’s toughest Acting contest started around six months back when she was selected for the TV round for the channel Sony TV from amongst 50,000 contestants who appeared for the auditions. Later she made it to the top ten of the country and is winning one after the other round and has reached to the top five of the country. In almost over 30 appearances, she has already won best performer of the week award consecutively for five times. Born to Ashu and Manish Gujral Vrinda started her acting career from Natrang’s children theatre workshops and later got selected for Natrang’s blockbusters like ‘Mere Hisse Ki Dhoop Kahan Hai’ and ‘Aap Hamare Hain Kaun’ both written and directed by Balwant Thakur. Selected from amongst 50,000 talented young actors hailing from all parts of the country, Vrinda Gujral brought this pride moment for the city of temples with her most outstanding hold over histrionics. On the occasion, complimenting the entire Natrang team and the parents of Vrinda, Natrang Director Padamshree Balwant Thakur credited the highly professional Natrang trainers particularly Neeraj Kant, Sumeet Sharma, and Aarushi Thakur who have been highly instrumental behind this rarest achievement of Jammu’s young artist. Appreciating Vrinda Gujral’s unique acting abilities, Balwant Thakur further said that her command over wit is out of the world and she has the required talent to reach to the final of this country’s most sought after TV show. In Natrang, Vrinda has already won accolades for her outstanding performances in various National Theatre Festivals held in Chandigarh, Delhi, Amritsar, Jallandhar and Bhopal. Her reaching to the top three of the country demonstrates this fact with firmness that there is no dearth of talent in Jammu and it is only the right kind of training, the way Natrang Jammu offers can make a difference. He desired parents to support their children in the exploration of their immense inner abilities.