| Anu Malhotra|
| 26 March 1961 (age 54) (1961-03-26) New Delhi, Delhi, India|
Film Director, Presenter, Screenwriter
Shamans Of The Himalayas, The Maharajah of Jodhpur: The Legacy Lives On
Anu Malhotra Wikipedia
Anu Malhotra is an Indian filmmaker on the subject of Travel and Expedition, and has Written, Directed, and hosted many Series Programs, Films, ad films for Department of Tourism, and has led the Incredible India campaign for Filming and Cinematographic presentation. Documentaries which have showcased unique cultures and traditions of India such as The Apatani of Arunachal Pradesh, The Konyak of Nagaland, The Maharaja of Jodhpur – Legacy lives on, and many more. Her latest production on the Shamanism in Himachal, titled "Shamans of the Himalayas".
Best Tourism Promotional, Department of Tourism, 2002.
Best National Tourism Film by the Ministry of Tourism, 2001
Udyog Rattan Award for 2001.
Best National Tourism Film by the Ministry of Tourism, 2000.
Premio Televisino internationazionle Award (Italy) 1999.
Travel and Tourism Promoter's Award, 1998.
Best National Tourism Film by the Ministry of Tourism, 1997.
Best National Tourism Film, by the Ministry of Tourism, 1996.
Onida Pinnacle Award in Best Director in non-fiction, 1995.
Onida Pinnacle Award for Best coverage of a live event, 1995.
Lion's Club, Bombay Award for Best Travelogue on Television, 1995.
Anu has also worked on several other documentaries and films a collection of which named ‘Tribal Wisdom’ was telecasted on Discovery Channel International, France 5, Al Jazeera, Twin Rambler and Tung Hoa during the years 2002–2009. This series was all about the tradition, customs and life of tribes in India, in this there were different films put together to present as a series namely The Rabaris of Gujarat, The Irulas of Tamil Nadu, The Khasis of Meghalaya, The Nicobarese of Car Nicobar, The Baigas of Madhya Pradesh, as well as The Apatani of Arunachal Pradesh and The Konyak of Nagaland.