Tamil cinematographer Priyan passes away, celebrities pour in condolences

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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd R.I.P sir. Can’t express my grief in words. He was 55. Can’t express my grief in words. #RIP cinematographer #Priyan sir .had the opportunity to work with him in few of my movies ,can’t believe it ; still in shock. one of the sweetest people I have ever met in my life. He was also handling the camera for Hari’s upcoming film Saamy Square, which has Vikram and Keerty Suresh in the lead roles. He was director Hari’s favourite cameraman. May his soul rest in peace,” said Vikram in an Instagram post. Barring Vengai, Priyan cranked the camera for all films helmed by Hari. Passes away… one of the Nicest person… My Sincere Condolences and prayers to his Family… May his soul Rest In Peace,” tweeted singer-actor Krish. It’s a huge loss for everyone who has been touched by this gentle person. His first film as a lead cinematographer was KS Adhiyaman’s Thotta Chinungi (1995) after which he collaborated with top filmmakers of Tamil cinema. Gone too soon. “Kind, professional and extremely hard working cinematographer #Priyan is no more. He also deferred the title launch of his son’s Dhruv’s debut film, which is the remake of Telugu hit Arjun Reddy, as a mark of respect for Priyan. May your soul #RIP. Strength and power to his family. 2017-11-09T18:35:08+00:00″>
Updated: November 9, 2017 6:35 pm

Tamil cinematographer Priyan is no more

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General speaks too muchBigg Boss 11: Hina Khan haters, here's a note for you from her boyfriend Rocky JaiswalQarib Qarib Singlle movie review: This Irrfan Khan and Parvathy starrer is peppy, fun and freshIn a sad news, popular cinematographer Priyan passed away on Thursday after suffering a heart attack at his residence in Chennai. Prayers to his family #GoneTooSoon
— Hansika (@ihansika) November 9, 2017

Words fall short of expressing my sorrow 4de loss of my gud friend & wel wisher #Priyan.We hav lost a Gud human,May his soul rest in peace pic.twitter.com/wXKe11itiD
— Vishal Film Factory (@VffVishal) November 9, 2017

Heartbroken to know the demise of #Priyan Sir DOP! “It was a pleasure working with #cinematographer #Priyan Sir.. Some of Priyan’s popular films include Suriya’s Singam series, Vijay’s Velayutham, Kamal Haasan’s Thenali among others. A native of Virudhunagar, he began his journey in the film industry by assisting legendary cinematographer-director Balu Mahendra. He assisted Balu Mahendra in films like Moondram Pirai (1982), Olangal (1982), Sadma (1983) and Yathra (1984). — Keerthy Suresh (@KeerthyOfficial) November 9, 2017
“Shocked to hear about the sudden demise of Cinematographer #Priyan..gone too soon..deepest condolences to his family..may he Rest in peace,” said Khushbu Sundar. “Mere words cannot fully express the sorrow I feel after hearing about the sudden passing away of Priyan.. Strength and power to his family,” tweeted Keerty mourning the death of Priyan. “Heartbroken to know the demise of #Priyan Sir DOP! May your soul #RIP. Deepest condolences to his kin,” tweeted actor Siddharth.