TNC Desk, April 30
Renowned director and cinematographer K V Anand passed away in the wee hours of Friday in Chennai.
According to information received, Anand reportedly died due to cardiac arrest. After reportedly feeling pain in chest, the cinematographer went to a private hospital where he breathed last at around 3 am. The 54-year-old cinematographer had started his career as a freelance photographers in media and worked for several magazines before started working with cinematographer PC Sreeram in 90s.
In 1994, Anand made debut as in Thenmavin Kombath, the film directed by Priyadarshan.