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Chetan Anand was born in 1915 in Lahore (Pakistan) and directed the film Lowly City (1946), which was awarded the Grand Prize at Cannes. Along with his brother he subsequently set up Navketan Productions. Under this banner, he made Officer (1950), Aandhiyan (1952) and Taxi Driver (1954). Later on, he started his own production company Himalaya Films and directed Reality (1964), Heer Raanjha (1970), Hanste Zakhm (1973) and An Oath to India (1973). Chetan Anand died in 1997.