Mk Stalin condolences for the death of Kovi Manisekaran

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Mr. who saw the Golden Jubilee in Tamil writing and is a film director. I was deeply saddened to hear the tragic news that Kovi. Manisekaran had gone into hiding. My deepest condolences on his death, “said Hon’ble Chief Minister Mk Stalin, They mentioned in his condolence message.

Mk Stalin condolences for the death of Manisekaran

Details Of Mani Sekaran

Born in Vellore, Kovi. Manisekaran was a writer for more than 50 years. He has written 8 plays, 29 collections of short stories, 30 social novels, 50 historical novels, and 8 essays. His historical novels made him famous. In 1992, his historical novel “Kuralak Kuravanchi” won the Sahitya Akademi Award for Tamil. He has directed two Tamil and one Kannada film.

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M.K Stalin

In a statement posted on his Twitter account, M.K Stalin said, “I am deeply saddened to hear that Kovi. Manisekaran, the film director who witnessed the Golden Jubilee in Tamil writing, has passed away at the age of 96. I offer my deepest condolences on his death.”

Mk Stalin condolences for the death of Manisekaran today

21 years as Assistant Director

Kovi. Manisekaran is an enthusiastic and energetic filmmaker who worked with the late “Director Imam” K Balachander as an assistant director for over 21 years.

He has made his mark in the Tamil script and is also known as a film director. He is a recipient of the Sahitya Akademi Award and has been proud to write plays, short story collections, social history saints, etc. in Tamil script for over 50 years.

Comment by Mr. M. K. Stalin

He wrote the historical epic “Kutrala Kuravanchi” and directed the film “Thennankeerthu”. The world of Tamil language is suffering from the loss of a great writer. Mr. MK Stalin expressed his deepest condolences and condolences to his family and the world of Tamil writing who are currently mourning his loss.

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