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Malayalam director KK Haridas dies at 52


Haridas started his career as an assistant in the 1980s and since then has worked as an associate in 48 films before turning into a full time director.

IANS

Malayalam film director KK Haridas died on Sunday (26 August) following a heart attack at a hospital in Kochi, film industry sources said.

Haridas, 52, started his career as an assistant in the 1980s and since then has worked as an associate in 48 films before turning into a full time director. He has directed a total of 20 films.

His debut film in 1994 Vadhu Doctoranu turned out to be a super hit. His other well known films are Kakkakum Poochakkum Kalyanam (1995) and Kinnam Katta Kallan (1996).