It was just a year ago that Sridevi made us 54 years old. On her birthday anniversary, her daughter and actor Janhvi Kapoor paid tribute to Chandni from Bollywood.
On Instagram, Janhvi posted a picture of her hands between them and her mother. He headed the picture, "My heart will always be heavy, but I'll always smile because you have it."
Sridevi died in Dubai on February 24, 2018. After the news broke, there was an infringement of grief from the film brother and beyond. This included the stars of the Indian film industry such as Rajinikanth, Aamir Khan, Kamal Haasan. PM Modi also expressed his sadness and paid his sympathy with the bereavement family.
Sridevi left a stunning hole in the Indian cinema. He was last seen by an author in the free star Shah Rukh Khan, Zero, released in December last year.
Sridevi made her Bollywood competition as a child's artist in Julie (1975). He went on to become one of the largest female actors, and was often referred to as the first Indian female superstar. He won the fourth highest honorable civil honor by the Indian government.
Before that, Sridevi appeared to be a prominent role in the film MOM 2017. The film has had a good critical review and was the success of the office and boxes.
Janhvi also follows her mother's footprint. She made her Bollywood competition with the Karan Johar Dhadak production in July last year, where she starred opposite Ishaan Khatter. The film, directed by Shashank Khaitan, re-created Hindi from the famous Marathi movie, Sairat. Despite warm reviews, it became a commercial success.
Filming Farah Khan remembered Sridevi by posting a picture on Instagram. He wrote the picture, "When I started in my career she was so supportive, so encouraging … I came to Choreographed to the show of Sridevi or she sang her as a dream, any other star in my whole career because I started to TOP ! I've never been anyone like SRIDEVI … she always loves ♥ ️ (this picture is frm 1994- world tour). "
Maheep Kapoor, the wife of Sanjay Kapoor, posted her photo with Sridevi. She headed her, "He will always remember the good times ❤️."