Sridevi passes away: B-Town mourns the death of Bollywood's 'Chandni'

25 February 2018, 09:15 PM
Sridevi passes away: B-Town mourns the death of Bollywood's 'Chandni'
Sridevi passes away: B-Town mourns the death of Bollywood's 'Chandni'

Bollywood's veteran actress Sridevi breathed her last on Saturday. The actress has passed away due to cardiac arrest. Sridevi, who was married to producer Boney Kapoor, was in Dubai along with her family to attend the wedding of her nephew Mohit Marwah.

Her sudden demise has come as a grave shock and everyone has been mourning the loss of one of India's biggest superstars.

In fact, ever since the news of Sridevi's sudden demise broke, several Bollywood celebrities took it to micro-blogging site Twitter to pay their condolences

Amongst the first ones tweet about Sridevi's death was her Khuda Gawah co-star Amitabh Bachchan. He wrote, "Don't know why, feeling a strange restlessness".

Preity Zinta wrote, "Heartbroken & shocked to hear that my all-time favourite Sridevi is no more. May God give peace to her soul & strength to the family RIP".

Race 3 actress Jacqueline Fernandez too wasn't able to come in term with demise of Bollywood's 'Hawa Hawai'.

Adnan Sami tweeted, I am at a loss for words & jolted as if struck by lightening at this late hour of the night to learn about the shocking & tragic news & untimely demise of #Sridevi ji. Heartbroken. She was India’s sweetheart, an incredible artiste & a beautiful human being. Gone too soon. RIP."

Riteish Deshmukh wrote, "Terrible terrible news.... Am shocked beyond words. SRIDEVI ji No More ... RIP"

Priyanka Chopra cited it as a 'dark day' as she paid her condolences over Sridevi's death.

Vir Das said, "Cannot believe the heartbreaking news about Sridevi Our industry lost a shining light today, way too early. Love and light to her family."

Comedian Ali Asgar also admitted of being devasted with the news of Sridevi's death

Aiyaar actor Sidharth Malhotra wrote, "Really Shocked and disturbed to hear that Sridevi Ma’am is no more"

Pakistani actress Mahira Khan wrote, "So grateful to have grown up and lived in the times of Sridevi. Thank you for the movies, thank you for the magic. You shall live on forever.."

Sridevi is survived by husband Boney Kapoor and two daughters Jahnvi and Khushi. Reportedly, her mortal remains will be brought to India on Sunday.

First Published: Sunday, February 25, 2018 06:37 AM
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