Anand Tiwari is a noted Indian film actor, stage actor and director known for his roles in films like Udaan (2010), Kites (2010), Aisha (2010), and Go Goa Gone (2013). As a stage actor, he is best known for his role of a "lamp post", in Rage Productions' One on One (2010).
Early life and background
Tiwari grew up in a family of doctors, in Matunga neighbourhood of Mumbai. He started acting in small roles in Marathi theatre in the local Ganpati and Navratri festivals. He frequented Shivaji Mandir in Dadar to watch plays, and also started attending summer acting workshops at his school. Subsequently, he completed his bachelor's in mass media, with a major in advertising, from the University of Mumbai in 2004.
Tiwari has worked as assistant director for Anurag Basu's film Barfi! (2012) and worked with Ramesh Sippy Entertainment, Sai Paranjpye Films. He has also worked as assistant co-ordinator and director with Cogito TV and Cyclops Films and Video.
Tiwari has acted in television commercials for brands like GNIIT, Citibank Privilege Card, Jet Airways, Policybazaar.com, Tanishq, Tata ACE Zip, DISH TV, Bagpiper and Tata Tea popular Jaagore campaign in 2010.
Tiwari has been a stage actor in Mumbai, for many years now, working in plays like Dreams of Taleem directed by Sunil Shanbag, AkVarious production of All About My Mother, and Rage Theatre's One On One (2010).
He acted in Slumdog Millionaire (2008), and also created the buzz when he had bagged a character role in the Hollywood film Fair Game (2010), which starred Naomi Watts and was an official entry at the Cannes Film Festival.
|Mumbai Meri Jaan||Drug Addict Boy||2008|
|The President Is Coming||Kapil Dev Dholakia||2009|
|The Film Emotional Atyachar||Hiten Sardesai||2010|
|Jo Dooba So Paar: It's Love in Bihar!||Kishu||2011|
|Go Goa Gone||Bunny||2012|
|What the Fish||Neerav||2013|
|Charlie Kay Chakkar Mein||Dips||2014|
|Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!||Ajit Banerjee||2015|
|The President Is Coming||Assistant Director||2008|
|Love per Square Foot||Director||2018|
|Ticket to Bollywood||Director||2020|
|2015||Bang Baaja Baarat||No||Yes||No||Yes||Web series|
|Sumit Sambhal Lega||Namit||No||No||No|
|2018||Gabru: Hip Hop Ke Shehzaade||No||No||Yes||No|||
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- "Foreign Agent". Indian Express. 4 December 2010. Retrieved 20 September 2013.
- "Who's That - Anand Tiwari: Setting the stage". afaqs!. 19 April 2010. Retrieved 20 September 2013.
- "INTERVIEW: Anand Tiwari - Stage Impressions". FilmImpressions. February 2011. Retrieved 20 September 2013.
- "Love Per Square Foot: Vicky Kaushal and Angira Dhar talk about love of convenience". Retrieved 30 March 2018.
- "Bang Baaja Baaraat review: YRF's new web series can give rom-coms a run for their money". 5 November 2015. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
- "'Gabru' is a part of Discovery Jeet's launch programming". Retrieved 9 June 2017.
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