Remembering Sridevi on her death anniversary
On February 24th, 2018, Bollywood and fans around the world were left in shock after hearing the tragic news of Sridevi’s passing. Sridevi, often regarded as one of the greatest actresses of Indian cinema, passed away at the age of 54 due to accidental drowning in a hotel bathtub in Dubai. As her third death anniversary approaches, fans and the film fraternity are remembering her incredible contribution to the Indian film industry.
Sridevi began her acting career in South Indian cinema at the age of four, and soon became a prominent name in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films. She made her Bollywood debut in 1978 with the film “Solva Sawan” and went on to star in some of the biggest Hindi films of the 80s and 90s, including “Chandni”, “Mr. India”, “Lamhe”, “Sadma” and “Judaai”, among others.
Sridevi was known for her incredible acting skills, versatility and grace on screen, and her performances in films such as “Chandni” and “Lamhe” are still remembered as some of the finest in Indian cinema. She was also a trendsetter in terms of fashion and style, and her iconic sarees and hairstyles continue to inspire fans and fashion enthusiasts to this day.
On her death anniversary, fans and celebrities took to social media to pay their tributes to the legendary actress. Many shared their favorite memories of Sridevi and expressed their love and admiration for her. The hashtag #Sridevi trended on social media, with fans from around the world sharing pictures and videos of the actress and expressing their gratitude for her incredible contribution to Indian cinema.
In conclusion, Sridevi was an icon and a true legend of Indian cinema, whose contribution to the film industry will never be forgotten. Her incredible talent, grace and beauty continue to inspire and influence fans and filmmakers around the world, and her legacy will live on for generations to come. As we remember her on her third death anniversary, let us celebrate her life, her achievements and her incredible legacy.