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5 Best Films of Sridevi you should watch once in lifetime

Sridevi as we had known her to be an actor par excellence, apart from the dancer extraordinaire. Besides, she had mastered these things along with her comic timing. Her sudden demise has created a void, which will be impossible to fill. In her career of around four decades of professional life when she had worked as a child actor to a mature lead actor in the film, she has given some of the best films. How about exploring some of the best films in B Town which she has given in her career, let’s check the 5 best films of Sridevi.

1). Himmatwala


The filmw as released in 1983 and was directed by K.Raghavendra Rao which was the musical blockbuster having Jeetendra who brought the lady before the Hindi-speaking audiences and thus has earned her the notorious “Thunder Thighs” title.

2). Mr. India

Mr. India

It is regarded as the classic film of release in the year 1987 that dealt with an iconic superhero film featured about something really with an unknown cast. The actress Sridevi plays an idealistic reporter who is seen helping the invisible man on the job who ends up falling in love with him.

3). Chaalbaaz


It was Pankaj Parashar’s comedy film released in the year 1989. She played the character of two wins who separated at the time of birth and later turns into a street smart dancer. The movie has given some of the best performance of the lady wherein she embarked as an actress with a perfect coming time.

4). Chandni


It was the best romantic movie of Yash Chopra that gave Sridevi to perform the best over the silver screen. She with this movie had become the top female star of her time. This gave her the chance to become a complete bloodied singing and dancing spectacle, which soon turned out to be her hugest commercial blockbuster of the year.

5). English Vinglish

English Vinglish

She made her comeback with this film after taking a few years gap in the B Town. The film was directed by Gauri Shinde who picked up the right issue and portrayed it right over the silver screen.

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