Jeet has over two years of work experience as a software developer at an established MNC. He couldn’t wait any longer for someone to validate his decision to quit his job and dive into the world of cinema as an actor. He pursued theatre while working and was training in Stanislavski’s technique that focused on using past experiences to emote and express. Although it worked wonders for his peers, he observed his performances lacked authenticity and considered learning the craft thoroughly.
A combination of impulsive decisions and immense faith in serendipity directed him to Bombay, where he pursued his coveted acting course in the Meisner technique, without a game plan. The courses taught him the importance of being genuine in thought and action. The nature of the profession trained him to pay attention to receive attention. The experience as a whole initiated him to learning and focusing on processes rather than results.
Beyond the pursuit of his ambition and the mundane, Jeet is (in)famous for his obsession with habit-building rituals, learning quirky skills every month-breath work and speed reading being his most recent, sporting solid-colored tees which never need a legitimate reason to come off, using obnoxious accents in the most unacceptable situations and his exceptional ability to procrastinate even in the most stressful situations.