Tamil director-cinematographer KV Anand handed away on Friday in Chennai following a coronary heart assault. He was 54. The ace filmmaker had helmed widespread Tamil movies like Ayan, Kana Kandaen, Ko, Kavan, Maattrraan, Anegan, and Kaappaan. Anand received the National Film Award for Best Cinematography for his debut movie as a cinematographer, Thenmavin Kombath.
Reportedly, he felt a ache in his chest final night time and drove the automotive by himself to a close by hospital. However, he handed away at round 3 am. The information of his sudden demise has despatched shock waves on Twitter with followers and members of the trade tweeting to condole the unhappy demise.
The information of his demise was shared by actor Gautham Karthik on Twitter. “We’ve lost a wonderful creator. #KVAnand sir may you rest in peace. My condolences to the family,” he tweeted together with a photograph of Anand. Music director D Imaan wrote, “My deepest condolences to KV Anand Sir’s family. Rest In Peace sir.”
KV Anand started his movie profession as a cinematographer with Malayalam film Thenmavin Kombath in 1994. After a profession as a cinematographer for over a decade, Anand made his directorial debut with the 2005 film Kana Kandaen. He went on to helm movies like Ayan, Ko, Maattrraan, Anegan, Kavan and Kaappaan.
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