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It’s a dream for all the aspiring actors/models to get entry in the industry. In process, please take notice of some guidelines. These guidelines are based on complete research and experiences.


Whenever a casting director calls you and inform that you are selected for a certain assignment.

  • Don’t forget to ask the name of casting director
  • Do ask for project name, production house name, website, number etc
  • Also demand that casting director should mail you all the casting related details
  • As well as cross check its accuracy when you get the detail.

Website is not responsible in case

  • If any Casting director says that you are required to make portfolio for any project.
  • If any casting director ask for any amount of money for any project.


  • Parents be with their kids, for attending screen test etc.
  • No cash is accepted by us/website

Be alert otherwise you may hurt.

Friends, dream is something for which we never ever compromise. Our Passion and belief always give strength to perform at its best. In this regard, don’t get influenced by any of the agent you met. There are numbers of cheaters today roaming and try to take all your money and you will remain hopeless. Please, this read carefully before joining this fascinating lucrative carrier.

Many young teenagers will plead with their parents for thousands or lakhs of rupees they have been told is necessary to start a career in modeling / acting.

Be cautious / careful of Advertisements that seeks Models / Actors / Kids for Movie / TV Serial / TV Commercial / Print Advertisement etc. through internet, television, radio, flyer, newspaper & email.

It’s a business idea that they propagate that they have created more stars than any other company & that their clients are well known Film Makers & Production Houses. Hoping to become a movie star you will call the advertiser besides mailing your details & photos in response to the advertisement.

The visions of glamour & money flash before your eyes, so you go to meet him at the venue filled with lots of other aspiring model & actor like you.

Advertiser understand your passion and they try to cash that sentiments and will ask you for a fee in thousands for screen test / audition / artist card to determine whether you / your child will be one of the selected few likely to obtain paid work as an actor or model.

The screen test / audition consist of few minutes session taped with a video camera, conducted at a temporary venue most of the times. They encourage you to buy a copy of the screen test / audition for additional fees.

Then, in the name of evolution they give you a fraud letterhead by showing you that your ward has passed the audition/ screen test and assure you about their bright future. But, of course all’s fake.

Then he will ask you to spend few more thousands or lakhs analyzing your financial strength for the portfolio/ photographs you / your child might need to interest other casting agencies or casting directors or film makers besides joining their grooming program.

Casting Director assured you that they recommend your talent but committee of industry experts will make the final selection. Then, he asks money for workshops at another stage and they will also ask you to pay a deposit for the workshop which is fully refundable if you are not accepted by the selection committee. He can even guarantee few acting or modeling assignments for you, if selected.

The casting director will claim that the aspiring talents who buy & complete their grooming program have a high rate of success.

Being excited about your future career in acting / modeling, you agree to purchase the expensive service package sold by their agency.

To make an influence on you they show their photographs with celebrities, Association memberships and even previous assignments done. He will tell himself to be an independent, charitable, educational organization formed to protect you / your child from unethical business practices in the entertainment / glamour industry. They can also encourage you to check out their credentials through various links provided by them.

After you buy the portfolio / grooming program, they will groom you besides getting your portfolio done & providing you with addresses of few modeling agencies & film makers.

Now if you complain to them or ask for a refund, they will refuse. They claim you waived the right to a refund when you signed the papers that state they have fully explained the portfolio / grooming program, that you understood the program, & that you agreed that no refunds were available.

Hence, it turns out that the screen test / audition was not a reliable evaluation of whether you / your child will obtain work as an actor or model. Actually it was a marketing ploy designed solely to induce the purchase of portfolio / grooming program to cheat you of your money.

In fact, their talent management companies are not selective in screening & reviewing consumers for marketability as models or actors. Their principal source of income is not client-paid commissions but fees paid by aspiring actors / models for their modeling & acting grooming program / portfolio.  It is almost impossible for you ever to obtain paid employment as a model or actor through them.

Also, you can be approached by a talent scout from nowhere who states that you have the looks that could get you work as a model or actor. He will give you his card or flyer & will ask you to call him later. Most of the times the card will not have any address & the promotional brochure will read that we are looking for fresh faces. The hunt is on for new faces. One of the largest talent management & scouting company in the country require new faces. With offices in all major cities we have everything you need to enter the entertainment & glamour industry.

Important Points to be remembered:

Be careful of any newspaper classified or internet display ad looking for any kind of model or talent etc. Infect, this type of news one can get from their references.

Frankly speaking, no agency or individual can guarantee you assignments as actor / model in entertainment / glamour industry & if someone claims it that then is a Big lie.

They can just guarantee of promoting you among the film makers, modeling / casting agencies, production houses besides updating you about the latest auditions & castings.

You should conduct a background check of the company conducting auditions.

To avoid being cheated, aspiring talents should attend audition / casting calls at reputable modeling / casting agencies. Well-known agencies usually conduct auditions monthly.

Acting & Modeling Schools claim to provide grooming for a fee, in Acting, Singing, Dancing, Dubbing, Editing, Animation, Sound Recording, Mass Communication, Media, Journalism, Camera & Digital Photography, Radio & Films Arts, Poise, Posture, Diction, Skin Care, Make-Up, The Proper Walk, etc. but do not necessarily find work / job for you. After finishing their classes, you may be on your own.

Do not respond to roadside, public transport or classified ads that promise modeling & acting jobs to aspiring talents with no experience, or of all ages & sizes, besides without detailed job specifications. They all are ridiculous.

If an agency charges money for auditions, it usually means that they do not have enough modeling work for either the agency or the aspiring talent to survive on.

In Acting & Modeling career, you will not have the flexibility to choose your own hours, so beware of the claim that you will be able to work full or part time as per your preference.

Be sure to get all the promises in written.

Beware of companies that only accept payment in cash or personal bank account. Take it as a b signal that the company is more interested in your money than your career.

Often, what you thought was a genuine audition / casting turns out to be an intelligently planned sales pitch for modeling or acting classes or photo shoots that can range in price from several thousand to lakhs.

Any Acting & Modeling agency, professional casting director, agent or manager has an office & regular office hours. There is no reason to discuss employment opportunities late at night or in an apartment.

Your hard work, sincerity, persistence, patience & finally talent can only guarantee you of making Big name in the entertainment / glamour industry.


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What is Casting Couch

Before celebrities catch their big breaks in Hollywood, they have to go through what every other aspiring star has to go through – auditioning. There is so much competition in Hollywood that some struggling actors/actresses will do whatever it takes to get the role. This desperateness on one end, and surplus of power on the other end, has led to the ‘casting couch’ mentality in the entertainment industry. The ‘casting couch’ refers to the exchange of sexual favors for film roles between casting directors or film producers and aspiring actresses or actors. 

Some of the allegations from "casting couch" candidates *

  • In her 1991 book You'll Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again, Oscar-winning producer Julia Phillips attempted to expose many of the underground Hollywood institutions, and confirmed that "casting couch" mentality was alive and well in Hollywood.
  • In a 1995 article, journalist Peter Keough described Hollywood as "a town where everyone is selling body and soul for fame and fortune, and all--especially women--are considered commodities".
  • In a 1996 interview, actor Woody Harrelson declared "every [acting] business I ever entered into in New York seemed to have a casting couch....I've seen so many people sleep with people they loathe in order to further their ambition.
  • In a 1997 interview, actress Jenny McCarthy stated "I was the only girl in my clique who wasn't sleeping with someone to get a job
  • At a 2005 class reunion, producer Chris Hanley told his former classmates that "almost every leading actress in all of [his] 24 films has slept with a director or producer or a leading actor to get the part that launched her career". Notable actresses to have had lead roles in films produced by Hanley include Kim Cattrall, Reese Witherspoon, Gina Gershon, Heather Graham, Christina Ricci, Natasha Lyonne, Dominique Swain, Summer Phoenix , Tara Reid, Selma Blair, Portia de Rossi, Kirsten Dunst, Chloë Sevigny, Mila Kunis, Lindy Booth, Brittany Murphy, Mena Suvari, Rosario Dawson, Franka Potente, Judy Greer, Kate Beckinsale, Patricia Arquette, Asia Argento, Denise Richards and Julia Stiles.
  • In 2009 Megan Fox stated that leading film directors made sexual propositions while casting for film roles.
  • A typical “casting couch” case occurred in India in 2004, when a female actress Ms. Preeti Jain filed a police complaint alleging that film director Mr. Madhur Bhandarkar had sexually exploited her for many years and made false promises of casting her in a lead role in his next film. She stated that she was never given any role in any of his films. According to her, Bhandarkar repeatedly had sex with Jain from 1999 to 2004 at Natraj Apartment at Yari Road, Hotel Seaside at Juhu and at Bhandarkar's friend's (Akbar) flat at Mount Mary road, Bandra.
  • In 2005 India TV's India's Most Wanted, an investigative TV show, caught Indian Idol host Aman Verma and longtime Bollywood actor Shakti Kapoor in a "sting" operation, and accused them of abusing their positions to force women to have sex with them. They even produced video evidence of Kapoor making advances on a planted girl, in which Kapoor tells the girl that superstars Aishwarya Rai, Rani Mukerji and Preity Zinta slept with people such as Subash Ghai, Yash Chopra and Yash Johar to get where they were. Verma, Kapoor and most of the Bollywood industry have defended themselves, calling India TV's claims unfounded and sensational, and claim that the video footage of Kapoor is misleading.
  • In 2006 Zhang Yu, a Chinese actress, released 20 graphic sex videos that she made herself to document her allegations that she won many of her roles through the casting couch. The videos were released on You Tube but have been subsequently removed.
  • In 2009 Indian actress Suchitra Krishnamoorthi reported an incident in her blog where she narrowly escaped sexual advances from a producer while casting for a film role.
  • In 2009 Korean actress Jang Ja-yeon, star of Boys Over Flowers, committed suicide and left a suicide note claiming to have been beaten by her agent and to have been forced to have sex with media executives, directors, program directors, and CEOs.

* source- News/Media.


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