The Tamil Director-cinematographer KV Anand has passed away on Friday. He was 54 and died due to a heart attack. His co-workers from the industry have tweeted their condolence after the news updated by his officials. The news has left everyone shocked over his sudden demise. VK Anand was a director and photojournalist and film director who has worked in the Tamil film industry for more than 30 years. He has started his career as a journalist then he became a cinematographer in the 1990s. He has worked in 15 films of South industry and Bollywood industry as well. KV Anand has won the National Film Award for the best cinematography for his first film, Thenmavin Kombath. He has started his career by directing the film Thenmavin Kombath. His debut directing a film was “Kana Kandaen”.
Anand was born in Chennai on 30th October 1966. He is a graduate in Physics from DG Vaishanav College and he completed his master’s in Visual Communication from Loyola college, Chennai. He has travelled across India to follow his passion for photography. He has won many awards for his numerous photography.
KV Anand has worked as a freelance photojournalist for his work in a newspaper and magazines like Kalki, India. His photos have been publishing on more than 200 magazine covers. He has worked mainly in industrial photography, advertisements and cover pages for fictional Tamil novels. He has started his work as an assistant under P.C Sreeram. He joined his productions house and assisted in films Amaran, Meera, Gopura Vasalile, Devar Magan and Thiruda Thiruda. P.C Sreeram has offered KV Anand to assist him in a Malayalam film Thenmavin Kombath. Anand won the National Film Award for best cinematography for his debut film and he won the award for his outstanding cinematography with flexibility. He has also collaborated with director Shankar as a production house of the Mudhalvan. He has become the film director with Kana Kandaen and he has won best film director for a Blockbuster Ayan which was a Blockbuster Ayan as an action entertainer on the backdrop of Indo- African during the smuggling trade with Supriya and Tamannaah in the lead roles. He has worked in his lead movies starrer Pisa Bajpal, Ajmal Ameer and Karthika that received a positive response from the media. He has directed a documentary about conjoined twins Chang and Eng Bunker. Anand has passed away due to a sudden heart attack in Chennai. The final rites will be performed by his wife and son. To know more about this article stay connected to us.