Tamil director-cinematographer KV Anand handed away on Friday in Chennai following a coronary heart assault. He was 54.
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.
Beginning his profession as a photograph journalist, Anand started aiding famous cinematographer PC Sreeram in movies equivalent to Gopura Vasalile, Meera, Devar Magan, Amaran and Thiruda Thiruda. Sreeram beneficial his title for the Malayalam film Thenmavin Kombath in 1994, for which Anand additionally gained a Nationwide Movie Award.
After a profession as a cinematographer for over a decade, working throughout industries in movies like Minnaram, Chandralekha, Mudhalvan, Josh, Nayak, Boys, Khakee and Sivaji, 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.
As quickly as news of KV Anand’s demise emerged on-line, celebrities took to social media to mourn the loss. Actor Gautham Karthik took and Twitter and wrote, “We’ve misplaced an exquisite creator. #KVAnand sir could you relaxation in peace. My condolences to the household.”
Cinematographer Santosh Sivan posted on Twitter, “KV Anand RIP god bless.”
Music director Harris Jayaraj shared on Twitter, “unlucky and intensely shock to listen to this devastating News. RIP my buddy KV Anand.”
Music director D Imaan tweeted, “My deepest condolences to KV Anand Sir’s household. Relaxation In Peace sir.”