Actress Sridevi passes away due to heart attack

Actress Sridevi passes away due to heart attack

Bollywood actress and Padma Shri awardee Sridevi, who had an exalted running spanning over four decades, passed away. According to the family sources, the actress, wife of producer Boney Kapoor, reportedly died due to the cardiac arrest late in the night in Dubai. She had gone there, along with her family, to attend her nephew Mohit Marwah’s wedding.

Her senior daughter, Jhanvi Kapoor, hadn’t joined the family for the celebrations as she is shooting for her debut film, Dhadak, which is expected to release in Jul this year.

Actress Sridevi and Boney Kapoor along with their daughter Khushi Kapoor and Jahnavi Kapoor

Actress Sridevi

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Bollywood is in bushy with the unexpected news of doer Sridevi’s death. Her sudden death shocked Bollywood and her followers who reached outside her Mumbai house.

She made her debut in Tamil films as a child artiste with “Thunaivan” in 1969. Her performance in Malayalam film Poombata (1971) won her the state award for best child artist. As an adult, she debuted in Tamil cinema in the late 70s.

Childhood photos of Bollywood feminine “superstar” Sridevi

Actress Sridevi

Actress Sridevi took a 15-year break from movies in 1997, a year after her marriage. She returned in 2012’s “English Vinglish”. English Vinglish is a funny story about an Indian woman who travels to the united states for her niece’s wedding and decides to learn English.

Actress Sridevi

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She respected as the first feminine “superstar” of Bollywood. In 2013, The Government of India determines Sridevi the Padma Shri, the country’s fourth part highest scorpion accolade for her contributions to the entertainment trade. She was also the recipient of five Film Fare Awards.

Movies like “Mawaali” (1983), “Tohfa” (1984), “Mr. India” (1987) and “Chandni” (1989) kept her at the top in the box-office game, films like “Sadma” (1983), “ChaalBaaz” (1989), “Lamhe” (1991), and “Gumrah” (1993) earned her critical acclaim.


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