Karan Brar. 19 | Actor | One of those cadets in Pacific Rim Uprising and that jerk from Youth & Consequences http://www.justjaredjr.com/2018/09/20/karan-brar-books-role-in-disneys-upcoming-movie-stargirl/
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Soooo.... this happened!!! Can’t describe how excited I am to be working with such amazing people. You guys are gonna love this one (I know I always say that but trust me on this one hahah)
Ps. Full article in the link
I normally don’t do long posts like this so bear with me for a second (and try not to attack me too much for my horrible grammar). I just got home from watching “Crazy Rich Asians” and all I have to say is.... wow. Holy shit. WOW. I know everyone is excited for this film simply for the great job it’s doing for representation in the industry but it truly is a great movie. Everything from the acting, to the writing, and to the directing is amazing. This film is just great. Period. Now, let me take a second to talk about why this film means so much to me... (I know, I know, you’ve heard everyone’s story about why representation matters to them but I gotta throw mine in there). Growing up in this industry I told myself as a kid that I’d always be a sidekick to the white guy. Not out of jealousy or hatred but simply because that’s what I felt like the rules of this industry were. I felt like you were either a white leading man/woman or you’re the ethnic side kick who makes jokes and tags along. To change this mentality took me a second but now it’s my driving force because I’m determined to prove that thought process wrong. Not just for me but for everyone else around me and for kids like me. But what’s exciting about CRA is it’s a symbol of progress for this industry. It’s showing that there’s a change happening. Slowly but surely we’re getting to a place where regardless of your race, gender, or sexual orientation you can be the hero of a story. That there’s more than just one kind of story to be told. And to see that change happening before my eyes is so exciting. CRA is here to prove to the world that these stories deserved to be told, that you’re ethnicity/heritage is just as important, and more importantly- PEOPLE WANT TO HEAR THESE STORIES. It’s not just a movie- it’s a changing point. And films like this are here to show a new generation of kids that they should never have to limit themselves and that their story is just as valued. So, if you can, go out and watch this movie. Not just to support representation but to support good storytelling. Oh! And one last thing, if anyone from CRA is reading this- thank you.
772942766:04 AM Aug 20, 2018
Happy Birthday @annaakana !! Thanks for being the dope human you are and inspiring everyone around you.
Ps. This is a still from Anna’s new short that I can’t wait for you guys to see.
1785142102:19 AM Aug 19, 2018
I don’t have anything to post so here’s a random photo of me in a lobster costume. #BUNKD