Chetan Anand (Film Producer) Age, Height, Movies, Bio, Family, Wiki, Networth and More

Chetan Anand (Actor) Age, Height, Movies, Bio, Family, Wiki, Networth and More

Chetan Anand (January 3, 1921 – July 6, 1997) was a Hindi producer, screenwriter, and director from India, whose first film, Neecha Nagar, received the Grand Prize at the first Cannes Film Festival in 1946. More He later co-founded Navketan Filma with his younger brother Dev Anand in 1949.

Wiki Bio
Real nameChetan Anand
ProfessionDirector, producer, acot and screen director.
Physical Stats
Weight (approx.)N/A
Eye ColourBrown
Hair Colour Black
Height (approx.)5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) and 1.7 in meters
Personal Life
Date of BirthJanuary 3, 1921
Death Date6 July 1997
Age at Death82 Year
Age (as of 2021)86
BirthplaceLahore, British India.
Zodiac sign Capricorn
HometownLahore, Punjab, British India.
CollegeGovernment College Lahore.
SchoolGurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya
DebutNeeche nagar
TV/MovieTv series- Param Veer Chakra (1988)
Uma Anand
Parents Pishori lal anand
SisterSheela kanta kapoor
BrotherDev Anand and vijay anand
Sons2 Sons
Ketan Anand and Vivek Anand.
Girls, Affairs and More
Marital StatusMarried
Marriage DateIn 1943
Money Factor
Salary (Approx.)N/A
Networth (Approx.)$1M-$2M

He was the older brother of the Anand family, as he was the older brother of Hindi actors and directors Dev Anand and Vijay Anand. His younger sister, Sheel Kenta Kapoor, is the mother of the Hindi and English director Shekhar Kapoor, in Lahore, British India, of wealthy lawyer Pissoir Lal Anand.

Chetan Anand

In the early 1940s, while teaching history, he wrote a script for a film about King Ashoka, which he later showed to director Phani Majumdar in Bombay. Anand did not qualify for the Indian Civil Service (ICS) exams in London. Fortunately, he was cast by Phani Majumdar to play the lead role in her Hindi film Rajkumar, released in 1944.

He went to Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya to study Hindu scriptures and graduated in English from Government College in Lahore. He remained a member of the Indian National Congress in the 1930s, then worked for the BBC and taught at Doon School, Dehradun for a time, before coming to Bombay to sell a film script.

He also partnered with the Indian People’s Theater Association (IPTA) in Bombay, now Mumbai. He quickly turned to direct with the acclaimed film Neecha Nagar, which won the Palme d’Or (Best Picture) (then known as the “Grand Prize”) at the Cannes Film Festival in 1946. It was Kamini Kaushal’s first film. and it became the first Indian film to achieve international recognition and was Pandit Ravi Shankar’s first film.

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