A kindred spirit

  • | Thursday | 7th December, 2017

“When I’m out on the road here in the city, people automatically think I’m Indian. “We are trying to pepper the language of our tribe, the Nyungar, within the fusion dance performance. He is also a well-known screen actor, contemporary dancer, didgeridoo artiste and is a torch-bearer of Aboriginal music, dance, theatre and storytelling traditions. “One of the first commonalities that we came across here in Kerala was sand art and hence we named it sand. They talk to me in Tamil/Malayalam and they’re quite taken aback when I respond in English,” says the actor, with a guffaw.

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