After apology to Manmohan Singh, Anupam Kher resigns as FTII chief
Veteran actor Anupam Kher said he has resigned as the Chairman of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, due to his commitment to his international assignments
Veteran actor Anupam Kher said on Wednesday, October 31, that he has resigned as the Chairman of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, due to his commitment to his international assignments.
"It has been an honour, a privilege and a great learning experience to be the Chairman of the prestigious FTII. But because of my international assignments, I won't have much time to devote at the institute. Hence decided to send my resignation," Anupam tweeted.
An actor with a repertoire of over 500 movies including international projects, Anupam was appointed as FTII chief in October last year, replacing Gajendra Chauhan whose tenure ended in March 2017.
Anupam has been busy working in the US on American show "New Amsterdam".
Earlier, Anupam Kher, a known right-wing supporter in Bollywood, had said that he had “wrongly judged” former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. He had tweeted that history will not misjudge Manmohan Singh