K Viswanath, a renowned telugu film director, passed away on Thursday, february 2. On february 19th, 1930, he was born. Viswanath, a forerunner in the telugu cinema industry and the son of Kasinathuni subramanyam and Saraswatamma, is best remembered for his memorable roles in "Sankarabharanam," "Sagara Sangamam," "Swati Mutyam," "Sirivennela," and "Swayam Krushi." He was a superb storyteller who gave life to his characters and used his films to reflect the spirit of indian culture.

Viswanath received various honours during his career in recognition of his extraordinary talent, including the National Film Award for Best director for "Sankarabharanam." For his services to the arts, he was also given the Padma Shri, India's fourth-highest civilian honour, in 1992. He was given the Raghupati venkaiah Award by the state of andhra pradesh in 1992. He received the Dada Saheb Phalke Award in 2017, which is the top honour in indian film.

The indian cinema industry has suffered greatly with Viswanath's passing, and he will be remembered for his classic films that continue to enthral and inspire audiences. His family is in our prayers and is the recipient of our condolences during this trying time.

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