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K. Viswanath has died, and Jr. NTR, Mammootty, AR Rahman, and others have paid tribute to him.

K Viswanath, an actor and director who was known for his great work in the South Indian film industry, has died. The 92-year-old died in a private hospital in Hyderabad, where he had been staying for the last few days. According to reports, K. Viswanath had been sick for a very long time because of his age. The legend’s wife, Kasinadhuni Jaya Lakshmi, three sons, including Ravindranath and Nagendranath, and a daughter, Padmavathi, are all still alive.

K Viswanath is revered by the public.
Famous people in the South Indian film industry, like RRR star Jr. NTR, veteran actor Mammootty, musician AR Rahman, director Gopichand Mallineni, and many others, paid tribute to K Viswanath by posting emotional messages on their official social media accounts.

On his Twitter account, Jr. NTR posted a picture of the legend along with a touching note. “Vishwanath is one of the most important people who helped get the word out about Telugu movies all over the world. He directed many fantastic films, including Shankarabharan and Sagara Sangam.Losing him is a loss that will never end. I’m very sorry for his family, and I hope his soul is at peace. In his post, the RRR actor said Mammootty, a well-known Malayalam actor, paid an emotional tribute to K Viswanath on his social media accounts.It says: “Sri K Viswanath Garu’s death makes me feel very sad.” I had the honour of having him lead me in Swathikiranam. I’m thinking about and praying for his family.”

AR Rahman posted a picture of him and K Viswanath from the past on his official social media accounts and wrote a touching note to honour the legend. “Anjali, your movies taught me about tradition, warmth, heart, music, dance, and love when I was young. “#ripkviswanathji,” reads the post from the musician.

“The proud film director in Telugu.”

K. Viswanath is a great person who brought honour and respect to Telugu cinema. This loss is hard to measure, as director Gopichand Mallineni wrote.

On his post, director Harish Shankar wrote, “Shankarabharan… Sagarasangam.”

“#RipLegend K Viswanath garu,” Jayam Raja writes about the late actor in a tweet.

Regarding K. Viswanath
K Viswanath (Credits: Twitter)

Born in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, the legend began his career in 1951 as an assistant director in Tamil movies. In 1965, he made his first movie, Aathma Gouravam, which was very well received. Swathi Muthyam, Sirivennela, Shankarabharanam, and other works are some of his best. K Viswanath has won many of the most prestigious awards and honours in the country, such as the Padma Shri, 6 National Film Awards, 8 Nandi Awards, and many more.

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