Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, California
Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows, Beverly Hills
Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles, California
Westwood Village, Westwood, Los Angeles, California,
Both P L Deshpande and his wife served as teachers in Orient High School, Mumbai. He also worked for some years as a college professor in Rani Parvati Devi College Belgaum, Karnataka and Kirti College, Mumbai. He also worked for newly founded Doordarshan, the state owned Indian TV. He was the first person to interview the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on Indian television. He was deputed to the BBC in UK for a year-long training. After which he spent some time in France and in West Germany. It was this specific period and stays in these countries that his later travelogue "Apoorvai" was to be based upon. His other travelogue "Poorvarang" is based upon his journeys in South East Asian countries.
(Tuka Mhane Ata) 1948
(Pudhari Pahije) 1951
(Ammaldar) 1952...based on Nikolai Gogol's Inspector General
(Tujhe Ahe Tujapashi) 1957
(Sundar Mi Honar) 1958
/ (Pahila Raja/adhe Adhure) 1976...based on Jagadish Chandra Mathur's Adhe Adhure
(Teen Paishancha Tamasha) 1978...based on Bertolt Brecht's The Three Penny Opera'
(Ti Fulrani) 1975...based on George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion
(Eka Jhunja Waryashi) -1988... based on "The Last Appointment" By Vladin Dozortsev
(Vatvat Vatvat) -1971
Anderson has been active in supporting numerous charity organizations, global and social causes, as well as running her own humanitarian ventures. She supports The Trevor Project organization, focused on suicide prevention efforts among LGBTQ youth and attended three of the Trevor Project's "Cracked X-Mas" events to benefit the organization. In 2013, Anderson was made a patron of the Charles Dickens Statue Fund, and was instrumental in securing the funding for UK's first Dickens statue, located in Portsmouth, Hampshire. In June, 2016 Anderson become a patron of the Temple Legal Centre, a London-based organization that assists people through the legal process by providing them free family law advice and support. In June 2016, Anderson expressed her support for the United Kingdom to remain a member of the European Union in the run-up to June's referendum on that issue.
Anderson is a patron of Childreach International, a London-based charity that works in partnership with local communities in the developing world to secure children's basic rights; she addressed the problem of child trafficking during the press for the Sold film that presents the issue. Anderson also supports their Taught Not Trafficked campaign that was launched in July 2014. In 2015, Anderson became a patron of the International Literacy Centre (ILC) European home of Reading Recovery. In January 2016 she helped launch ILC's Reading Recovery Read Aloud campaign. During February and March 2016, Anderson held an internet charity auction benefiting Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) children's hospital in the Bloomsbury area of London. In March 2016, it was reported that Anderson is one of the artists sponsoring an unaccompanied refugee minor in the "Jungle" camp in Calais. In July 2017, Anderson was awarded a UCL Honorary Fellowship for her support of the International Literacy Centre's Reading Recovery program.