K Viswanath No More: Veteran director of South Industry K Viswanath has said goodbye to this world at the age of 92.
As soon as the news of his death came, there was a wave of mourning in the entire film industry. K Viswanath passed away on Thursday night i.e. Feb 02.
He was running ill for a long time. Let us inform you that in the year 2017, he was honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke, the highest award in Indian cinema.
K Viswanath Death, who made an identity as a director, had won the National Award five times and 10 Filmfare in his entire lifetime.
According to reports, K Viswanath was ailing for a long time. His sudden departure from the world is an irreparable loss not only to Telugu cinema but also to the Bollywood world.
In 1992, K Viswanath was awarded the Raghupathi Venkaiah Award by the Government of Andhra Pradesh for his contribution to the field of arts.
K Viswanath started his career as a director in the year 1965 with the film 'Aatma Gowravam'. Akkineni Nageswara Rao was in the lead role in this film.
Let us tell you that director K Viswanath's films are known for addressing the issue of caste, colour, disability, gender discrimination, misogyny, alcoholism and socio-economic challenges.
There is a wave of mourning in the film world. Paying tribute to this great artist on Twitter, Anil Kapoor wrote, "Vishwanath ji, I have learned a lot from you....RIP My Guru.