Former CINTAA head Gajendra Chauhan on Tanushree Dutta harassment row: Had advised her to file an FIR
Tanushree Dutta has alleged that Nana Patekar had behaved inappropriately and aggressively with her on the sets of the film Horn 'OK' Pleassss
After Gajendra Chauhan’s tumultuous run as chairman, Anupam Kher took over in October 2017.
From discrediting intellectuals to incompetent appointments: All the ways Narendra Modi regime has changed India
Over the past few weeks, we've been seeing a range of articles on how Indian polity and society have changed since the demolition of the Babri Masjid. The Ram Janmabhoomi movement (along with the India-China War of 1962 and the Emergency milieu) was a crucial turning point in the political fortunes of the Hindu right. It is, however, important to point out what all has changed in terms of polity, state policy and social responses in India since the Modi government first came to power in 2014.
Work as FTII chairman my biggest contribution to film industry says Gajendra Chauhan
FTII Chairperson Anupam Kher says that the institute is a place which is the future of the entertainment department and should be taken seriously.
Days after being appointed chairman, Anupam Kher visited the campus of FTII unannounced and promised the students that he is on their side.
Anupam Kher is a great choice to head FTII and the irony of him being a graduate of the National School of Drama (NSD), the institution because of which FTII decided to shut down its own acting course in 1978 before it was revived in the early 2000s, couldn’t have been scripted better.
At a time when Indian cinema is truly coming of age in more ways than one, someone like an Anupam Kher is perhaps a great choice to head the cradle of creativity that nurtured some of the best cinematic talents India has to offer: FTII.
'FTII being turned into institute that runs short term courses for funds': Students write to Anupam Kher
The students of FTII have written to Anupam Kher, saying that the institute is being turned into a body which runs short term courses for generating funds.
Anupam Kher wishes to facilitate students than setting agenda like an administrator as new FTII chairman
Anupam Kher, before taking the reins of FTII, has also been the Chairperson of National School of Drama (NSD) and Chairman of CBFC in the past.
Anupam Kher is new FTII chairman; students say actor's appointment could lead to conflict of interest
FTII students greeted the news of Anupam Kher's appointment as the institute's new chairman with mixed feelings
FTII needs a good administrator, more than a good actor, former Chairman Gajendra Chauhan said in reaction to veteran actor Anupam Kher's appointment
Anupam Kher has replaced Gajendra Chauhan as the chairman of Film and Television Institute of India. He has appeared in over 500 films so far.
It's official. Anupam Kher is the new FTII chairman
Gajendra Chauhan's appointment as the chairman of FTII was met with opposition from students, who went on a strike.
Gajendra Chauhan, popularly known as Yudhishthira, is set to take an exit from the Mahabharata of FTII.
As Gajendra Chauhan's two-year term as FTII chairman comes to an end, a student looks back over what his controversial tenure has meant
Gajendra Chauhan calls his tenure as FTII Chairman 'the most successful than ever before' despite the heavy protests against his appointment two years ago.
On 26 January, 2017 students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) were all set to celebrate Republic day. Like every year, they were looking forward to watching the flag hoisting followed by a march-past and a screening of a patriotic movie like Gandhi or Sarfarosh. Instead, they were greeting at the entrance by a statue of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar and a life-size replica of Andaman’s Cellular Jail, showing punishment meted out to prisoners lodged in the jail pre-Independence.
The Modi government revamped the Central Advisory Board on Culture (CABC) in September bringing in a slew of artistes mainly associated with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) or other right-wing association, reported The Economic Times.