Born on 13th February, 1963, Sridevi enthralled Indian cinema viewers of all ages with her charm, innocuous acting and appealing screen presence.
Bollywood’s own Hawa Hawai first women superstar of the silver screen Sridevi is no more. The legendary actress breathed her last in Dubai after suffering a heart attack.
Born on 13th February, 1963, Sridevi enthralled Indian cinema viewers of all ages with her charm, innocuous acting and appealing screen presence. She worked in a number of Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malyalam and Kannada movies.
Her immaculate performance on silver screen won her prestigious filmfare awards a number of times. Her performance in movie ‘sadma’, as a child-woman suffering from amnesia won her accolades even from her critics.
In later part of eighties, Sridevi became heart-throbe of the nation with movies such as Chaalbaaz and Chandani with roles of a girl with a cool and carefree girl. She instantly became a superstar and most sought-after bollywood actress overnight.
In nineties, her reputation as a guarantee for success at the box office grew with grand success of movies like ‘nagina’ and ‘khuda Gawah’.
For her contribution to the Indian cinema, in many languages, Sridevi was honored with coveted Padma Shree award in 2013.
Sridevi made her come back to the silver screen with a movie ‘english vinglish’ and after that mom in 2017. Both the movies won hearts of millions of cine fans with her transformed performance as a senior actress in changed roles.
Today, Bollywood has lost one of its most entertaining and complete superstars, and the vacuum Sridevi’s shocking and untimely demise has left, would be impossible to fill.
President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed shock over death of the veteran actress and offered condolences over the demise.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani also expressed grief over the demise of the veteran actress.