Kannada filmmaker KV Raju breathed his final at his location in Bengaluru on December 24. His mortal remains had been kept at dwelling for public homage.
Kannada director KV Raju died on Friday, December 24.
Renowned Kannada director KV Raju breathed his final at his dwelling lately (December 24) in Bengaluru. The filmmaker’s mortal remains had been kept at his location for public homage. He became laid to rest lately, December 24, in Bengaluru. KV Raju had been struggling from prolonged illness for the previous few months. His loss of life came as a astronomical shock to each person within the Kannada film enterprise.
KANNADA DIRECTOR KV RAJU DIES IN BENGALURU
Kannada filmmaker KV Raju died on December 24 in Bengaluru. Directors Suni, Raghu V Shastry, lyricist and director Arasu Anthare and actor Sai Kumar took to social media to pay final respects to KV Raju.
Sai Kumar wrote, “I’m afraid and saddened to listen to the premature demise of KV Raju avaru. My condolences to the family and followers. #OmShanti #KVRaju (sic).”
Here’s the post:
— SaiKumar (@saikumaractor) December 24, 2021
ABOUT KV RAJU
KV Raju started his career as an assistant director for the film, Baddada Hoo in 1982. Two years later, in 1984, he made his directorial debut with Olavve Baduku. About a years after his debut, Raju delivered many broad hit motion footage. Yuddhakanda, Belli Modagalu, Huliya and Belli Kalungura are one of the significant hit motion footage.
In 1991, KV Raju directed Indrajeet, which featured Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Prasad in lead roles. His son, Amogh, is waiting to rep his Kannada debut with the film, The Color of Tomato.
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