Renowed Filmmkare and Cinematographer KV Anand dies at 54
Tamil cinematographer-turned-filmmaker KV Anand breathed his last in Chennai on Friday following a cardiac arrest. He was 54. As per reports, he died around 3 AM on Friday.
Renowned Tamil cinematographer-turned-filmmaker KV Anand breathed his last in Chennai on Friday following a cardiac arrest. He was 54. As per reports, he died around 3 AM on Friday.
Anand started his career as a photojournalist. His first stint in cinema was as an assistant to cinematographer PC Sreeram and worked on several films.
Anand made his debut as cinematographer with Malayalam film Thenmavin Kombath starring Mohanlal and went on to work in films across multiple languages.
As a cinematographer, he worked in a few Hindi films such as Doli Saja Ke Rakhna, Josh, Nayak and Khakee.
He made his directorial debut with the 2005 Tamil film Kana Kandaen and went on to direct six more films.
He had worked in Suriya in three Tamil films namely Ayan, Maattrraan and Kaapaan, which was Anand’s last project.
Anand’s death sent shock waves across Telugu and Tamil film industries. Several celebrities took to Twitter to share their condolences.
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