Bollywood’s first female film superstar Sri Devi’s life journey came to an end all of a sudden two days ago. At the age of just 54, the ever appealing star embraced death in Dubai where he went to attend nephew Mohit Marwah’s wedding.
The sudden demise of the iconic lady jerked the nation, struck shockwaves across the border.
Condolences and messages have been floating from not only the film industry but also from every sector of the society.
Legendary cricketers from the arch rival nation Pakistan also conveyed their messages.
Pakistan pace legend Waqar Younis said in his tweet, “We are deeply saddened by the news of Sridevi’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.”
Shoaib Akhter said, “Saddened by her sudden demise!
India’s living legend Sachin Tendulkar said, “It is really, really sad. When I woke up and read about it, it is really sad. I have no words to express to what I feel because we all grew up watching her and suddenly to hear that she is no longer with us, it is hard to digest that. My condolences to her family members and everyone, who has followed her career. Loved her for everything she was and everything she did for us.”
Sridevi was loved by millions for her roles in iconic movies like “Sadma”, “Lamhe” “Mr India”, “Chandni” and “Himmatwala”. A versatile actor, she had ruled not only in Bollywood but also the Tamil, Telugu and Kannada film industry.