Siddharth Anand's debut feature tackled the story of a young Indian couple (Preity Zinta and Saif Ali Khan) living together in Melbourne, going through the motions of romance and responsibility. This was also the first Indian film to be shot entirely in Australia.
In his sophomore effort, Anand told the story of RV (Saif Ali Khan), a professional racer, and Radhika (Rani Mukerji), a pianist, and the turn their lives take after RV struggles to come to terms with an accident on the circuit.
Best known for bringing together Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor for the first time, the film, also starring Bipasha Basu and Minissha Lamba, was the story of Raj (Kapoor) and how three relationships alter his views on love and life.
Set against the financial crisis in the USA, the film is about two down-on-their-luck people (Priyanka and Ranbir) and their persistent attempts to commit suicide, failing which they come up with a plan to do all they've ever wanted to do before New Year's Eve, the day they will revert to their original plan.
A remake of the 2010 Tom Cruise-starrer Knight and Day, the film featured Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif in a cross-continent high-octane action adventure about mistaken identities and personal vengeance.
The third installment in YRF's Spy Universe, the globe-trotting plot revolved around Khalid (Tiger Shroff) pursuing his mentor Kabir (Hrithik Roshan) after the latter goes rogue.
Anand's most recent release was Shah Rukh Khan's theatrical return after a hiatus of four years. Also starring Deepika Padukone and John Abraham, Pathaan followed its protagonist's quest to stop a deadly terrorist from enacting a brutal attack upon his country.