Features Saturday, March 21, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute | March 6, 2015 | 07:09 pm IST Chennai: National award-winning film editor T.E Kishore, who was undergoing treatment for a brain stroke, breathed his last on Friday at a hospital here, said a family source. Kishore was 36 and died at the Vijaya Hospital. He is survived by his parents. "Kishore was hospitalised few days ago after he suffered a brain stroke while working in a studio. He slipped into coma and failed to respond to the doctor's treatment," a family source told IANS. Kishore, who started his career with 2009 critically-acclaimed Tamil thriller "Eeram", was the former associate of renowned editor B. Lenin. In 2011, Kishore pocketed a National Film Award for his work in Dhanush-starrer "Aadukalam". He is also known for his work in films such as "Ethir Neechal", "Udhayam NH4", "Aarohanam" and "Nedunchaalai". He has over 30 films to his credit. With IANS
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