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Anubhav Sinha at Ra.One Theatrical Promo Launch
June 22, 1965
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
|Known for||Tum Bin, Ra.One|
Sinha was born in Allahabad to Prem Govind Sinha and Sushila Sinha. He did his schooling in Kalagarh, Garhwal. He also attended the Government Inter College and the Allahabad and Queen's College in Varanasi. He completed his graduation in Mechanical Engineering from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.
|2003||Aap Ko Pehle Bhi Kahin Dekha Hai|
Sinha worked for two years in New Delhi as an engineer before moving to Mumbai (then named Bombay) on December 4, 1990. He worked as an assistant director to Pankaj Parashar until 1994 before branching out as an independent director for television for Zee TV. He received notice for his work on Shikasht, the flagship show of the TV Network "In Mumbai". This was followed by the TV show Sea Hawks for UTV. Sea Hawks was the number one show for thirty five weeks across all networks. 72 episodes later, he turned to directing music videos.
In 2000, he left work on music videos to start his first feature film Tum Bin. In july 2001, both Tum Bin and Aks were released on the same day. Tum Bin beat Aks in box office receipts.
Sinha's second feature Aapko Pehle Bhi Kahin Dekha Hai, also with lesser known actors in lead roles as was Tum Bin, did not fare well at the box office. His third film, the multi-starrer Dus, had the biggest opening weekend for the year 2005. This was followed by Tathastu (2006) and his last release Cash (2007). Ra.One a Highest Budget of 180 crore (US$28 million) movie, released on diwali of 2011, was considered a much awaited film of 2011.
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- "Madhuri Dixit to play gangster in 'Gulab Gang'". The Indian Express. April 27, 2012. Retrieved August 31, 2012.
- "Anubhav Sinha to launch two films soon". Indian Television. Retrieved August 31, 2012.
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