The sudden death of Sridevi has shaken the entire country leaving thousand of fans grieving the loss of Bollywood’s first female superstar. As the remains of Sridevi has arrived India last evening and kept at her residence in Lokhandwala, massive crowd is gathering outside the residence of Sridevi for the last glimpse of Chandni actress.
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The moment the death of Sridevi was confirmed, Bollywood stars were seen arriving at Anil Kapoor’s residence to grieve the loss of the Kapoor’s family. Thousand of fans broke-down in shock when they learnt the demise of Sridevi.
Huge crowd including media started gathering since Sunday morning(the day Sridevi was known to be dead) at Anil Kapoor’s residence,to come to the terms of unexpected death of the gorgeous diva who just not ruled only Bollywood but million of hearts.
Sridevi, who started her career at the very small age with South’s regional language Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada films and then ultimately gripping her legs in Bollywood gathered herself huge fan followers from South and otherwise. Her breakthrough performance in movies like Chandni, Nagina and Chaalbaaz, and mesmerizing eyes gave her a unique place among other existing actresses.
Fans are mourning the death of Sridevi, coming from many parts of India to Mumbai to pay their last homage. Police officials said around 150 people form Karnataka arrived at Anil Kapoor’s residence on Monday to pay the last respect.
According to Spotboye- “Around 40-50 buses have left for Mumbai from Telanga, Karnataka and Chennai with over 8000 to 10,000 fans who want to pay their last respect and have the last glimpse of their favourite star Sridevi. They are expected to reach today at Sridevi’s residence between 11 a.m to 2 p.m.”
Sridevi’s mortal remains has reached Mumbai yesterday evening and was brought at her residence in Lokhandwala. Condolences and last respects are held between 9.30 am to 12.30 pm followed by last journey commencing at 2 p.m. Sridevi’s funeral will be held from 3.30 p.m onward.