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  Anita Hassanandani

Anita Hassanandani aka Anita Hassanandani is a famous television actress and model. She was born on 14th April 1981 in Mumbai. She is mainly recognized for acting in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada films. She has successfully endorsed brands like Boroplus, EverYuth, Sunsilk and many others. She came into the limelight with her TV serial 'Kabhi Sautan Kabhi Saheli' and 'Kavyanjali'.

Anita's first Hindi movie was 'Kucch To Hai' along with Tusshar Kapoor and Esha Deol. Her next movie was a supernatural thriller 'Krishna Cottage' with Sohail Khan and Isha Koppikar. Her next was 'Koi Aap Sa' with Aftab Shivdasani.

Apart from these films and TV serials, Anita has appeared in numerous south Indian movies. Her Telugu movie 'Nuvvu Nenu' was a blockbuster hit. It was again remade as 'Yeh Dil' in Hindi starring Tusshar Kapoor. Som...  See full bio


Anita Hassanandani aka Anita Hassanandani is a famous television actress and model. She was born on 14th April 1981 in Mumbai. She is mainly recognized for acting in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada films. She has successfully endorsed brands like Boroplus, EverYuth, Sunsilk and many others. She came into the limelight with her TV serial 'Kabhi Sautan Kabhi Saheli' and 'Kavyanjali'.

Anita's first Hindi movie was 'Kucch To Hai' along with Tusshar Kapoor and Esha Deol. Her next movie was a supernatural thriller 'Krishna Cottage' with Sohail Khan and Isha Koppikar. Her next was 'Koi Aap Sa' with Aftab Shivdasani.

Apart from these films and TV serials, Anita has appeared in numerous south Indian movies. Her Telugu movie 'Nuvvu Nenu' was a blockbuster hit. It was again remade as 'Yeh Dil' in Hindi starring Tusshar Kapoor. Some of her other films are 'Silsilay' ,'Dus Kahaniyaan' ,'Ek Se Bure Do' ,'Benny and Babloo' etc. She will be next seen in Ekta Kapoor's 'Ragini MMS - 2'.

Known For: SukranSamurai
 
  C. V. Kumar
C. V. Kumar (born as C. Vijayakumar) is an Indian Tamil film producer and distributor who heads the production studio Thirukumaran Entertainment. 

Known for producing innovative and critically acclaimed films, Kumar has also primarily introduced new talent into the film industry in terms of actors and technicians. 

His first three films, Attakathi, Pizza and Soodhu Kavvum won critical acclaim as well as bringing in revenue of over ₹50 crore (US$7.0 million).After producing successful films, Kumar began work on his first directorial venture in 2014.

C. V. Kumar (born as C. Vijayakumar) is an Indian Tamil film producer and distributor who heads the production studio Thirukumaran Entertainment. 

Known for producing innovative and critically acclaimed films, Kumar has also primarily introduced new talent into the film industry in terms of actors and technicians. 

His first three films, Attakathi, Pizza and Soodhu Kavvum won critical acclaim as well as bringing in revenue of over ₹50 crore (US$7.0 million).After producing successful films, Kumar began work on his first directorial venture in 2014.

Known For: Gangs of MadrasMaayavan
 
  John Shea
John Victor Shea  (shay; born April 14, 1949) is an American actor, producer, and director. His career began on Broadway where he starred in Yentl, subsequently winning his first major award, the 1975 Theatre World Award. Shortly after his Off-Broadway career began, Lee Strasberg invited Shea to join the Actors Studio where he spent several years studying Method acting.

He made his television film debut in The Nativity (1978), alongside Madeleine Stowe. Billed alongside Hellen Mirren, he starred in the noir film Hussy (1980), and the Academy Award-winning drama, Missing (1982).

In 1988, Shea won his first Emmy for his performance as William Stern in Baby M. Shea's subsequent films include, the comedy thriller Coast to Coast (1987), the drama Windy City (1984), the dark crime feature Small Sacrifices (1989), the politic...  See full bio

John Victor Shea  (shay; born April 14, 1949) is an American actor, producer, and director. His career began on Broadway where he starred in Yentl, subsequently winning his first major award, the 1975 Theatre World Award. Shortly after his Off-Broadway career began, Lee Strasberg invited Shea to join the Actors Studio where he spent several years studying Method acting.

He made his television film debut in The Nativity (1978), alongside Madeleine Stowe. Billed alongside Hellen Mirren, he starred in the noir film Hussy (1980), and the Academy Award-winning drama, Missing (1982).

In 1988, Shea won his first Emmy for his performance as William Stern in Baby M. Shea's subsequent films include, the comedy thriller Coast to Coast (1987), the drama Windy City (1984), the dark crime feature Small Sacrifices (1989), the political thriller The Insurgents (2006), the Tamil language thriller Achchamundu! Achchamundu! (2009), the drama An Invisible Sign (2010), and the foreign film The Italian Key (2011).

His breakthrough came when he was cast as Lex Luthor in the 1990s TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman subsequently being cast as Adam Kane in the 2000s Mutant X series. Shea's public profile increased in 2012 after his five-year role as Harold Waldorf, Blair Waldorf's father on Gossip Girl.

Shea has been also noted for his political involvement in social equity which in 1984 lead him to organize the largest peace rally in the history of the United States garnering praise by various non-governmental organizations such as Amnesty International. In 2014, Shea announced his directional debut with Grey Lady scheduled to release in early 2016.

Shea was born in North Conway, New Hampshire, near where his father was teaching at Fryeburg Academy, Maine, and was raised in the Sixteen Acres area of Springfield, Massachusetts with four siblings. His parents were Elizabeth Mary (née Fuller) and Dr. John Victor Shea, Jr., who served in the U.S. Army during World War II, fighting in the Battle of the Bulge, who became a teacher, coach and later assistant Superintendent of Schools. Elizabeth Shea introduced John to literature, poetry, classical music, and art and urged him to study the piano.

Shea attended Roman Catholic schools in Springfield, graduating from Cathedral High School, where he captained the varsity debate team and played varsity football and track. Shea studied at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre.

He performed on the varsity debating and football teams and co-edited the college literary magazine, Puffed Wheat, before graduating in 1970. He studied acting and directing at the Yale School of Drama of Yale University under Dean Robert Brustein, gaining an M.F.A in Directing in 1973.During his time at the School of Drama, he also performed at the Yale Repertory Theatre, in the Yale cabaret with schoolmates Joe Grifasi and Meryl Streep, and studied film making with Arthur Penn, Sidney Lumet, and George Roy Hill in the film program at the Art and Architecture School.

 
 
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