Kamal Haasan Is Grief Stricken Post Sridevi’s Death; Says ‘Many Happy Moments With Her Flash Through My Mind’
Ever since the news of Sridevi’s death broke on the internet, heartfelt and grief-stricken messages have been flooding social media. Amongst the many reactions from fans, friends and co-stars, was Kamal Haasan’s heart-breaking tweet. The actor, who has worked with Sridevi in Tamil Moondru Mudichu (1976) and Hindi film Sadma (1983) and has seen her grow as an actress and win one accolade after the other, was deeply saddened by the news of her sudden demise.
In his tweet, he fondly remembered his co-star and recalled his last meeting with her. He wrote, “Have witnessed Sridevi’s life from an adolescent teenager to the magnificent lady she became. Her stardom was well deserved. Many happy moments with her flash through my mind including the last time I met her. Sadma’s lullaby haunts me now. We’ll miss her.”
Have witnessed Sridevi’s life from an adolescent teenager to the magnificeint lady she became. Her stardom was well deserved. Many happy moments with her flash through my mind including the last time I met her. Sadma’s lullaby haunts me now. We’ll miss her
— Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) February 25, 2018
Thea actress passed away on Saturday night after suffering a cardiac arrest. She was in Dubai with husband Boney Kapoor, daughter Khushi, taking a break after actor Mohit Marwah’s wedding in UAE. The National Award winning actress had met Kamal Haasan recently at the red carpet of a recently held award show. It was a beautiful reunion and Sridevi looked elated to have run into the superstar and her first ever co-star. ALSO READ: Hema Malini Recalls Her Last Meeting With Sridevi Where All She Could Talk About Was Janhvi’s Debut
Apart from Kamal Haasan, Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra and many others have expressed their shock over Sri’s death and extended condolences to the family during this testing time. The actress’ body is being brought to Mumbai from Dubai and is expected to reach the city by 1 pm, post which the last rites will take place.