PM Modi, Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna and other celebs offer condolence messages over K Viswanath demise

Dadasaheb Phalke awardee and renowned filmmaker Kasinadhuni Viswanath died at a private hospital on February 2. He passed away on the same day his film, Sankarabharanam, hit the screens.  The sudden demise of K Viswanath sparked an outpouring of the condolence  messages.  Take a look at the Celebs’  tweets here:

 PM Modi: Saddened by the passing away of Shri K. Viswanath Garu. He was a stalwart of the cinema world, distinguishing himself as a creative and multifaceted director. His films covered various genres and enthralled audiences for decades. Condolences to his family and admirers. Om Shanti.”

 Chiranjeevi: Shocked beyond words! Shri K Viswanath ‘s loss is an irreplaceable void to Indian / Telugu Cinema and to me personally! Man of numerous iconic, timeless films! The Legend Will Live on! Om Shanti !!

 Nagarjuna: Another legend lost  !! K Viswanath garu made a lasting impact with his memorable movies and characters.  May his legacy continue to inspire future generations and his soul rest in peace. #RIPVishwanathGaru.

 Thaman: Sir You will be Remembered all thru Our Lives with Your Classics Sir A greatest film Maker of all times #RIPVishwanathGaru Such a Huge Loss to INDIAN Cinema  Legend #KVishwanath gaaru Rest In peace sir

 Anil Kapoor: K. Vishwanath Ji you taught me so much, being on set with you during Eeshwar was like being in a temple… RIP My Guru

 Krish: Deeply saddened by the passing of legendary director K. Vishwanath Garu. His urge n passion for storytelling and his commitment to excellence have inspired many filmmakers like me to strive for the best in our own work. We all will miss him dearly… #RIPVishwanathGaru

 Venkatesh: Truly saddened to hear about the passing of K Vishwanath gaaru. This is not just a loss to the Telugu industry but to our country! My condolences to his near and dear ones. May his soul rest in peace

 Naga Vamsi: It is a great loss for our film fraternity. Can’t digest that a man who gave us classics and educated us on respecting art forms, fellow humans and abandon differences left us. Kalatapasvi K. Vishwanath garu will be missed, dearly.

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