Kuljeet is an Indian actor. He is the founder and creative director of the Atelier Theater, a theater group based in Delhi. In addition to teaching in the English department of the University of Delhi, he has been in theater since college, and his interests are in performances and film studies. His M. Phil treatise has been about Stephan's Shakespeare Society's work on campus theater history at the University of Delhi since 1924. He is currently preparing a dissertation, which is an extension of the same field. His extensive performance experience was postponed to MK Raina, ,
, Anna Helena McLean, and VK Sharma, and the national award-winning show-abandoned bosses Amu, Imtiaz Ali's Rockstar, and Sharad Nigam Interval. Theatrical Junior Fellowship Winners (Ministry of Culture, GOI), Yuva Puruskar (Sahitya Kala Parishad, Deli Government) and YCE Young Creative Entrepreneur Award (British Council of India), Kuljeet is Atelier Theater: Selfscripted Goodbye Blue Sky, Barrie Keeffe SUS, Jean Anouilh's Antigone, Manu Bhandari's Mahabhoj, Neil Simon's 23 rd -floor laughter and rumors (at `` Khusar Phusar``), Edward Albee's The Zoo Story, Badal Sircar`s Baaki Itihas, and Saari Raat, and High Ramu Ramanathan collaborators.
His supreme masterpiece 'Goodbye Blue Sky' was presented in 2006 at Sahitya Kala Parishad, held in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. He has also directed five or six works by college students, and over 20 one-act plays at various schools in Delhi, Rajasthan, Punjab, and Himachal Pradesh. He is the Faculty of Theater and Theater, a prestigious school dedicated to the development and implementation of educational methodologies and the effective integration of specific elements of plays in the classroom. He has been successful in the concept and design of the last seven Campus Theater Festivals. This theater festival is designed with great care to promote play activities on the Delhi University campus.