Film director KV Anand died of a heart attack in Chennai, Corona was positive

<पी शैली ="पाठ-संरेखित करें: औचित्य;"> Mumbai: Famous of the South & zwnj; Cinematographer and film director KV Anand died of a heart attack in Chennai today. He was admitted to MIOT Multispeciality Hospital, Chennai on 24 April due to a corona infection. He died at 3.00 am today due to complications related to corona and heart attack. He was just 54 years old. & nbsp;

KV Anand started his career as a photo journalist and later he became famous cinematographer P.V. C. Started helping Sri Ram. KV Anand made his name as a renowned cinematographer in a few years while doing cinematography for many big films of the South including Tamil. KV Anand then made his directorial debut in the 2005 film Kana Kanden.

KV for Best Cinematography in Malayalam Film ‘Thenmavin Combath’ Anand was also honored with the National Award. The film featured actor Mohanlal and actress Shobhana in the lead roles.

KV Anand, who made a name for himself by doing cinematography for all the big films of the south, also shot for two films directed by Sal Rajkumar Santoshi – ‘The Legend of Bhagat Singh’ (2002) and ‘Khaki’ (2004). Both of these films have Ajay Devgan in the lead role & zwnj; Were in

Ajay Devgan wrote a tribute to KV Anand through social media, "I had the privilege of working with KV Anand in The Legend of Bhagat Singh and Khaki & zwnj; He got a chance he was a very good technician. I wish they didn’t leave us so soon. Happiness finds peace in your soul. I offer my condolences to his family.

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