ActFest is being organised by CINTAA (Cine and TV Artistes' Association).
"It's a great initiative by CINTAA... One that has taken a long time to come and I'm proud that CINTAA is now doing it," Ronit said in a statement.
"It provides a stage to actors by actors. I'm proud to be a part of this," added the actor, who is part of the fest and will be talking about his journey in the industry.
The festival, to be held on February 15-16, features popular artistes participating in discussions, conducting workshops or giving lectures on various aspects of the art. The event is conceived and designed by The 48 Hour Film Project, India.
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