"Gone Way Too Soon". Bollywood Remembers Veteran Actor Sridevi

Kelvin Reese
February 25, 2018

Actress Sridevi, 54, one of the most celebrated actresses of the Hindi film industry has passed away.

She was attending a family wedding in the country with her husband Boney Kapoor and her youngest daughter Khushi.

The actor born as Shree Amma Yanger Ayappan in 1963 in Sivakasi in Tamil Nadu, is survived by her husband and two daughters Jhanvi and Khushi. She started her career as a child artist, and became one of the biggest female stars of India. What a dark black awful moment in time.

By the time she made her entry into Bollywood, the actor was a known face in South Indian films.

In Hindi films, her infamous stint in the 1983 film Himmatwala got her into the spotlight.

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She also received critical acclaim for Sadma, Nagina, ChaalBaaz, Chandni, Lamhe, Khuda Gawah, Laadla Akhiri Raasta and Judaai. At age 13, Sridevi starred in K Balachander's Moondru Mudichu (three knots, Tamil localese for the bond of marriage) where she played the wife of an aging widower and stepmother to Rajinikanth. The two of them married in 1996 and Sridevi took a break from films.

In 2017 he came up with another impressive performance in Mom which will now be remembered as her last film.

Sridevi, the Bollywood Diva, and superstar debuted on the silver screen of Bollywood when she was just 12 in the 1975 hit film Julie.

As a lead actress in Bollywood, Sridevi made her debut in Solva Sawan, which was released in 1978. "Condolences to everyone who loved Sridevi".

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