Andi Bajgora for Utopian Magazine

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Andi Bajgora is an actor, from Kosovo known for Rrushe (2021), A Dream (2017) and The Hill Where Lionesses Roar (2021).

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Andi Bajgora was born on July 19, 2002, in Prishtina / Kosovo. He is best known for his roles in various films, such as the Oscar-nominated film ‘Shok’, the Crystal Bear winner ‘Kiem Holijanda’ and the BAFTA winner ‘Home’. He is the winner of the award for Best Actor for his performance in “SHOK” from Mallorca FF. and also Best Actor for the films “Cheers” and “SHOK”. In 2016 he was awarded as Ambassador of Art of Kosovo by the “FIDES” awards. While in 2017 he was in the top 10 actors of Kosovo’s Rising Stars at the PriFest film festival. Andi has worked on dozens of other films, TV series and soon there will be two feature films in which he has worked recently, ‘Winter Fireflies’ and ‘The hill where lionesses roar’.

What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
Starting acting at a very young age, made me pay attention to the very little things as how one may react in a certain situation or so, making every new challenge a “turn on”.

What turns you off?
Not having a canvas to paint my thoughts, can be a turn off.

Andi Bajgora Image by Artijon Lajci

What is your favorite virtue?
To myself and everyone, I believe commitment is one of the most important ones.

What Is Your Purpose in Life?
My idea is to reach to a point of mind maturity, where I am confident, I know myself well, and get a balance mind to emotion stability. Where as the main goal, is being able to share this energy among us all, humanity, help and progress do my part and contribute to positive change.

Are you ready to fight for a cause? Which one?
Hell yes. Since I’ve been at the Oscars, i had no other cause in my mind except putting Kosova on the “map”.

You want to keep reinventing yourself?
II aim to reach the maximum line to where we can possibly get.

Your message for the utopian world?
What defines us is the things that we do when were not being watched.

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