Legendary Telugu Hindi film director K Vishwanath has passed away at the age of 92 ANN

K Vishwanath passed away: The legendary K of Telugu-Hindi cinema. Vishwanath (K Vishwanath) Has died. She was 92 years old and underwent treatment for a long time at a Hyderabad hospital. The winner of five National Film Awards breathed his last in his residence. K Vishwanath was struggling with age related issues. where k. The news of Vishwanath’s passing has sent a wave of mourning among his fans and all the celebrities and they are all paying tribute to the deceased soul.

De. Vishwanath directed several Hindi films.
De. Vishwanath directed several Hindi films. These included Hindi movies like Ishwar, Sanjog, Sur Sargam, Kamchor, Jaag Utha Insaan, Sangeet. The Hindi movies directed by him used to be remakes of his Telugu movies. He also played roles in Tamil movies like ‘Yaradi Nee Mohini’, ‘Rajapattai’, ‘Lingaa’ and ‘Uttama Villain’.

Directorial debut in 1965
In 1965, Vishwanath made his directorial debut with the Telugu film ‘Aatma Govaravam’. It won the Nandi Award for Best Film. He became a celebrated director with the award winning classic ‘Shankarabharanam’ which is still considered one of his best works.

De. Vishwanath honored with many awards
De. Vishwanath was also honored with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award (2016), the highest honor in Indian cinema. In 1992, K. Vishwanath was awarded the Padma Shri. In his six-decade film career, he received the National Award five times.

Kamal Haasan considered Vishwanath his guru
Kamal Haasan, who is a well-rounded actor in the film industry, considered veteran Telugu director and actor K Vishwanath as his mentor. He had recently met veteran director K Vishwanath at his residence in Hyderabad in November last year.

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