A dignified actress passes away in a Dubai hotel room, The world has been talking a lot over it since then. Commenting on her lifestyle, her love stories, her beauty treatments, her married life, her children etc.
She was none other than –” The Sridevi” a legendary actress who has entertain us for decades, people of my age have grown up watching her, her sparkling eyes, her dance, her entertainment quotient was matchless and so beautiful.
Just because she was a celebrity she does not even have a right to die , simply? I mean there is something called the karma, life-clock..may be this was it, her time was over, and she just passed away.. is it too much to digest for the media mongers? making stories out of videos like this while she was alive and now connecting the dots? Do they exactly know what they were talking about it that time, showing images of Sridevi drowning in tub, and speaking all rubbish — “Maut ka bathtub” ..seriously? It could happen with anyone.
In an open letter by Ram Gopal Verma, Rani mukherjee and many other stars have written so much about her hard work and life struggle, in her life of 54 years she has worked for 50 years, at a very tender age of 4 she begun with her journey, born as Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan in Sivakasi, in the state of Tamil Nadu in the south of India, Sridevi made more than 300 films in six languages, revolutionising the role of women in India’s male-dominated film industry.
Her father, Ayyapan, was a Tamil lawyer and her mother Rajeswari was a Telugu-speaker so she grew up bilingual. The actor, who was also a film producer, launched her film career as a child actor before going on to star in regional films in southern India and then making her Bollywood debut in the late 70’s. The Indian government awarded her the Padma Shri – the fourth highest civilian honour – in 2013.
Let us remember her years of contribution to the Indian Cinema and the way she has managed to entertain us through her versatality.