Sankarjyoti Rajkhowa – an extraordinary villain of the Assamese Mobile Theatre has made quite the reputation for himself by portraying characters loved by the audience. A huge audience gathers for his shows. People revealed that his performance on stage brings something new to the field every time. His performances often get discussed by the audience and the crowd. He was popular for his role in the play ‘Boliya Krishna’, written by Rajdweep and staged at Hengool Theatre last year. The story-teller and the director together designed his character so uniquely from others that it was quite memorable for the Mobile Theatre lovers. Sankarjyoti debuted into this industry in 2012-13 through Hengool Theatre and in that year his role in Abhijit Bhattacharya’s drama ‘Bijoya Dashami’ was highly appreciated by the people of Assam. After that, he took a break for a year and came back to the Mobile Theatre and made his entry through Hengool Theatre and played three different characters for three different plays, namely ‘Boliya Krishna’ by Rajdweep, ‘Chambalor Majnu’ by Abhijit Bhattacharya and ‘Jooj’ by Binoy Saikia. But his role in the drama ‘Boliya Krishna’ left the viewers delighted.
The actor shared his feelings by saying that he feels very happy that his role has been appreciated by the people and he also gave due credit to the storyteller Rajdweep and director of this play as well as the producer of Hengool Theatre, Sankalpajit Hazarika. For his outstanding role in ‘Boliya Krishna’, he recently got the ‘Facebook Samannay M.T.G. Award 2016’ presented by a Mobile Theatre related popular Facebook group called the ‘Facebook Samannay Mobile Theatre Group’. He also added that, for the next 2016-17 seasons, he has already been signed for Hengool Theatre. For the upcoming seasons, Hengool is going to stage three plays namely, ‘Bekar Bahubali’ and ‘Bonoriya’ written by Rajdweep and ‘Darar Gari’ by Mridul Chutia. People are now eagerly waiting to see Sankarjyoti’s role in all of these plays. The preparations have already begun and Hengool will again bring some a new flavor and techniques in the plays for the next season.