RIP! Veteran Kannada producer KCN Chandrashekhar leaves for his heavenly abode at 69 

Late veteran Kannada producer KCN Chandrashekhar succumbed to multi-organ failure at the age of 69. His father was the legendary producer - late KCN Gowda, who was the founder of KCN Movies. Read on...

MUMBAI: Karnataka’s legendary film producer KCN Chandrashekhar, whose family banner - KCN Movies had produced a large number of cult classic movies and delivered blockbusters, passed away due to multi-organ failures. He was 69.

Chandrashekhar was the son of the legendary producer late KCN Gowda, who had founded the KCN Movies, after successfully building iconic movie theatres projects like 'Navarang' and 'Urvashi' here.
Carrying forward his family’s tradition started by his father, KCN Chandrashekhar too continued to produce iconic movies, including some of the late Kannada thespian’s Dr Rajkumar’s best works like Babruvahana.

The producer was admitted to a private hospital in Bengaluru where he was undergoing treatment. He died due to multiple organ failure on Sunday, according to family sources. Chandrashekhar’s final rites were conducted at his residence in Bengaluru on Monday morning.

KCN Chandrashekhar had also served as the president of the 'Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce' (KFCC) and the 'South Indian Film Chamber of Commerce' (SIFCC).

Condoling Chandrashekar’s demise, Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa said that the Kannada film industry has lost a great filmmaker and prayed for his soul to rest in peace.  

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Actor and activist Chetan Kumar also condoled the death of the ace producer and wrote, “Producer KCN Chandrashekar had passed away. In 1977, his banner produced popular film Babruvahana. When I was 4-yers-old, I enacted legendary dialogue between father-son Arjuna & #Babruvahana across US. Chandrashekar was kind, hospitable whenever we spoke. We will miss him.”.

Chandrashekhar’s father, the late KCN Gowda, is still considered to be a legendary movie producer, distributor, and exhibitor in Kannada cinema. Gowda is still remembered fondly by Kannada film lovers for some of his timeless classic Kannada movies like Sharapanjara, Babruvahana and Daari Thappida Maga. 

Cult classic movie Bangarada Manushya ran for two years in States theatre Bengaluru, while Sharapanjara was a silver jubilee film.

Following the path laid down by their father, the KCN. brothers ventured into different subjects in movies, including social, mythological, historical and entertaining films. He introduced many new talents to Kannada cinema in the field of artists and technicians. 

There was no shortfall in the hospitality in the production house of the KCN Gowda banner.

Legendary thespian of Kannada movies Rajkumar used to often describe KCN Gowda as 'Anna Dhaata'. 

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Credit: Koimoi

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