Veteran actor Anupam Kher resigned as the chairman of top film school Film And Television Institute Of India (FTII), he said in a tweet on Wednesday. Mr Kher stepped down from his post due to his commitments to international projects, which he is associated with at the moment. Mr Kher currently features as a part of the primary cast of ongoing US TV show New Amsterdam. In his tweet, Mr Kher attached a copy of his resignation letter to Information and Broadcasting Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and wrote: "It has been an honour, a privilege and a great learning experience to be the Chairman of the prestigious FTII. But because of my international assignments I won't have much time to devote at the institute. Hence, decided to send my resignation. Thank you."