Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Mukul Anand


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  • Mukul Anand

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    6 Hindi director associated with 90s [[Bachchan]] spectaculars (e.g. [[Hum]]). Born in Bombay. Son of a chartered accountant and nephew of [[Inder Raj Anand]]. Former assistant of [[Chetan Anand]] and Ravi Tandon; later ghost-directed several films in Hindi, Punjabi and Gujarati. Early films are low-budget remakes of foreign hits (Kanoon Kya Karega is based on J. Lee Thompson’s Cape Fear, 1961; Aitbaar on Hitchcock’s Dial M for Murder, 1954). Big- budget extravaganzas since [[Sultanat]] place him in new generation of Hindi commercial film-makers. Made advertising films in between features for MAD Entertainments Ltd. (Est. 1991). First major hit, Insaaf, relaunched 70s stars Vinod Khanna and Dimple Kapadia. It created a fantasy world of sex, crime and sin despite its occasional references to the actual, widely reported death of a prostitute who ‘fell’ from a multi-storey block of flats belonging to a businessman suspected of criminal dealings. His films with Bachchan are also known for the star’s efforts to adapt his heroic image to his advancing age ([[Agneepath]], [[Hum]], [[Khuda Gawah]]). Returned to features with the big- budget commercial failure [[Trimurti]], produced by [[Subhash Ghai]]. 
     6Hindi director associated with 90s [[Amitabh Bachchan|Bachchan]] spectaculars (e.g. [[Hum]]). Born in Bombay. Son of a chartered accountant and nephew of [[Inder Raj Anand]]. Former assistant of [[Chetan Anand]] and Ravi Tandon; later ghost-directed several films in Hindi, Punjabi and Gujarati. Early films are low-budget remakes of foreign hits (Kanoon Kya Karega is based on J. Lee Thompson’s Cape Fear, 1961; Aitbaar on Hitchcock’s Dial M for Murder, 1954). Big- budget extravaganzas since [[Sultanat]] place him in new generation of Hindi commercial film-makers. Made advertising films in between features for MAD Entertainments Ltd. (Est. 1991). First major hit, Insaaf, relaunched 70s stars Vinod Khanna and Dimple Kapadia. It created a fantasy world of sex, crime and sin despite its occasional references to the actual, widely reported death of a prostitute who ‘fell’ from a multi-storey block of flats belonging to a businessman suspected of criminal dealings. His films with Bachchan are also known for the star’s efforts to adapt his heroic image to his advancing age ([[Agneepath]], [[Hum]], [[Khuda Gawah]]). Returned to features with the big- budget commercial failure [[Trimurti]], produced by [[Subhash Ghai]]. 
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