Aditya Rawal / Mumbai, India
Aditya Rawal is a writer and actor from Mumbai, India. After completing a six-month course in devised theatre at the London International School of Performing Arts, he went on to graduate from the Dramatic Writing MFA Program at NYU, Tisch. His play, The Queen, was produced in New York City by the Theater for the New City soon after, in May, 2016. He has since adapted Sunday: A Memoir for the screen for Tina Louise (Gilligan’s Island) and is currently developing screenplays for directors in India and the United States. His short films and plays have been screened and performed at multiple festivals around the world. Aditya co-authored two story books on child rights, which are part of the Australia Quality Education Program. Additionally, he has conducted workshops on playwriting in London and New York City.
The Unknown Soldier (Excerpt)
Sujit Singh, a former low level spy, returns to India after spending 20 years in a Pakistani prison only to find that the real world is as disturbing as the inside of a jail cell. The story follows Sujit, who battles for his dignity as he deals with his demons, his broken family, and the truth about his fateful mission.