National award winning film editor TE Kishore, who was undergoing treatment for a brain stroke, breathed his last on March 6, at a hospital in Chennai, said a family source.
Mr 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.
Mr Kishore, who started his career with 2009 critically acclaimed Tamil thriller Eeram, was the former associate of renowned editor B Lenin.
His family has donated his organs. His body will be kept for last homage at his office, No. 84 Meenakshi st, Dhanalakshmi Colony, Vadapalani, on 7.3.2015 Saturday, 11 AM.