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IV Sasi, renowned National Award-Winning Malayalam director dies at 69

IV Sasi, renowned National Award-Winning Malayalam director dies at 69
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Malayalam renowned director I.V. Sasi died at age 69 today says report. I.V. Sasi has changed the scenario of Malayalam cinema from 1970’s with his amazing presentation and technical skills. The death of the legendary filmmaker has poured out with a number of tweets from celebrities of the Tollywood industry. The film actress Raadhika Sarathkumar tweeted that sad to hear about the passing away of filmmaker I.V. Sasi. She wrote she has worked with this dynamic director. The film stars of Telugu and Tamil cinema offered sympathies to his wife Seema and kids also come over with tweets of strong condolences over the death of dynamic director I.V. Sasi.

The versatile renowned director I.V. Sasi has made his debut as a director in 1975 ULsavam Malayalam movie that hits the Cinema screens successfully. Later on, he worked on Avalude Ravukal that was categorised as a classic and also have the remake in Hindi. IV Sasi was known as the director who has directed more than 150 movies in his career span.

I.V. Sasi has lost his life in Chennai Today. He won Nargis Dutt Award for the best feature film on the National integration for Aarodaam. He was also a national award-winning director who worked as director of various blockbuster movies such as Aalkkoottathil Thaniye, Devasuram and Aavanazhi. Along with this, he has worked Bollywood movie Anokha Rishta, starring Smita Patil and Rajesh Khanna.

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Pallavi Parmar

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