Renu Saluja

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Renu Saluja (Punjabi:ਰੇਣੁ ਸਲੂਜਾ, Hindi: रेणु सलुजा) (5 July 1952–16 August 2000) was an Indian film editor. One was one of the most prolific film editors in the `80s and `90s, in Hindi cinema, she worked with directors from both art house and mainstream cinema, including Govind Nihalani, Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Sudhir Mishra, Shekhar Kapoor, Mahesh Bhatt, Vijay Singh in over forty feature films, several documentaries, short films and television work. Screen , 30 June 2006.

Renu was a four-time winner of National Film Award for Best Editing for Parinda (1989), Dharavi (1991), Sardar (1993) and Godmother (1999) besides winning Filmfare Award for Best Editing again for Parinda (1989) and A Love Story (1994). Indian Express, 31 August 2006.

Early life and education

Renu was born into a Punjabi Family. Her family always supported her and encouraged her to pursue a career in Hindi Film Industry. When Renu applied to the Film and Television Institute of India Pune in 1974, editing was only her second choice. She had applied for direction and did not get through the direction interview. But she did pass the editing interview and was persuaded by her parents to go ahead with it. She finally passed out of Editing course in 1976, and entered the hitherto all-male bastion of film editing in India., 2009-03-12.


She first edited, Vidhu......
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