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Tamil director KV Anand passes away; Allu Arjun, Mohanlal offer condolences

On Friday, Tamil cinematographer, film director KV Anand passed away in Chennai.


In a shocking turn of events, popular Tamil director-cinematographer KV Anand (Karimanal Venkatesan Anand) passed away in Chennai after he suffered a massive cardiac arrest. His demise has sent shockwaves across the country.

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Reportedly, in the early hours of Friday, KV Anand felt a sharp pain in his chest and drove the car all by himself to the Chennai-based private hospital nearby. However, he passed away at around 3 am. As soon as the news emerged online, many celebrities took to their social media handle and offered condolences to him.

Check out the tweets:

Allu Arjun: “Just woke up to this sad news that Dir KV Anand garu is no more. Wonderful cameraman , brilliant director and very nice gentleman . Sir you will always be remember & missed . Condolences to the near , dear & family .
Rest in Peace Sir . #KVAnand”

Mohanlal: “Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. K.V. Anand sir you will be missed forever. Prayers for the departed soul. Pranams 🙏”

Bharatbala Ganapathy: “Saddened .. another creative genius left too early. #KVAnand My respects & deepest condolences to the family 🙏#RIPKVAnand

Actress Harathi: “Unforgettable lighter moments shared with u #KVAANAND sir😢😰😭Such a humble talented creator gone too soon 😰Great loss #RIPKVAnand sir😭”

Khushbu Sundar: “Just unbelievable!! #RIP #KVAnand 🙏🙏”

Composer Imman: “My deepest condolences to KV Anand Sir’s family. Rest In Peace sir.”

Anand worked as a freelance photojournalist for leading newspapers and magazines such as Kalki, India Today, Illustrated Weekly, and other national publications. Later, he became a cinematographer in the early 1990s, working for about fifteen films in the Southern and Bollywood industries.

Anand won the National Film Award for Best Cinematography for his debut film as a cinematographer, Thenmavin Kombath. In 2005, Anand turned film director with the critically acclaimed Kana Kandaen.

We the team of The Live Mirror offer our heartfelt condolences to his near and dear ones.

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