Tinnu Anand

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Tinnu Anand
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Tinu Anand at French Film Festival Mumbai 2010
Born Tinnu Anand Virender Raj Anand
(1953-05-04) 4 May 1953 (age 64)
Residence Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Nationality Indian
Alma mater Mayo College, Ajmer
Occupation Actor, Director, Writer
Parent(s)
Relatives Bittu Anand

Tinnu Anand (born 4 May 1953), sometimes referred to as Tinu Anand or Virender Raj Anand,[1] is an Indian actor, writer and director from Bollywood, who is most known as the director of Amitabh Bachchan's movies including, Kaalia (1981), Shahenshah (1988), Main Azaad Hoon (1989) and Major Saab (1998). He is the son of veteran writer Inder Raj Anand , brother of producer Bittu Anand and uncle of director Siddharth Anand.

Anand portrayed an important role in Ghajini in 2008.[2][3] He did his schooling from Mayo College in India. In an interview, Tinu Anand spoke about his early days and also praised Amitabh Bachchan for his generosity.[4]

He also worked as an assistant to Satyajit Ray in several of his Bengali films.

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