Nayak film-making veteran Tamil filmmaker KV Anand died at the age of 54

Nayak film-making veteran Tamil filmmaker KV Anand died at the age of 54

Friday morning brought bad news for cinema lovers. Tamil film director and veteran cinematographer KV Anand (Kumar Venkatesan Anand) has passed away. The 54-year veteran filmmaker suffered a cardiac attack in Chennai and died. VK Anand was a veteran cinematographer who started his career with the 1994 film Thenmavin Kombath. He also received a National Award for the same film. He worked as a cinematographer for 10 years.

He then made the film Kana Kandaen in the year 2005 as a director. VK Anand gave many hit films. These include films like Ayan, Ko, Matran, Anegan, Kwan, and Kappan. Everyone is stunned by his death. Filmmaker Selvaraghavan tweeted and paid tribute to his friend. Selvaraghavan wrote, ‘Rest in Peace, my friend.’ See Selvaraghavan’s tweet.
At the same time, South Superstar Mohanlal wrote, ‘Gone from our world but will never leave my heart. VK Anand sir will always miss you. Prayers for the peace of his soul.

VK Anand started his career as a photojournalist and then soon entered the cinematographer’s line. He has received several awards for his contribution to the cinema world. These include the National Award. His film ‘Shivaji the Boss’ with Rajinikanth did an amazing job at the box office. He also acted in several Hindi films. These include films like Josh, the superhit film Nayak and Khaki. After his death, Rest in Peace KV Anand is trending on social media. He is also remembered by many famous personalities.

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