New Delhi: Anupam Kher has replaced Gajendra Chauhan as the chairperson of the Film and Television Institute of India. Normally, the FTII chairman has a tenure of three years, but Chauhan completed his tenure after one year and seven months. He stepped down in March this year.Chauhan's appointment triggered an outbreak of mass protests on the FTII campus by students. Actors from the film fraternity came out in support of the students. Rishi Kapoor had said, "If they don't want you, they don't want you. Pushing for the chairmanship is getting you no where. Let self pride play a role and retire."