Iconic actress Sridevi passed who never seemed to age, now she is gone. The actress succumbed to her death by accidental drowning in a bathtub. The iconic actress last rites were performed in Mumbai. The whole nation mourned the death of the queen of heart prayers and wishes poured in for the grieving family, especially for husband Boney Kapoor and daughters Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor.
Celebrity fashion designer Manish Malhotra has been at family corner ever since his he lost his close friend Sridevi. The ace designer in a heartfelt tribute to the veteran actress revealed some unknown fact about the actress.
Mr India actress was in Dubai to attend wedding ceremony of her nephew Mohit Marwah and was joined by her husband Boney Kapoor and younger daughter Khushi Kapoor. Manish not only designed clothes for the family but also attended the wedding. The actress updated constant picture from the wedding, he also shared a picture with Sridevi and Khushi on social media.
"Sridevi and I first met in 1990 when she was already a superstar and I was beginning my career. Working with an icon I always called her “Ma’am” and that was a turning point in my career, as it was the beginning of many associations and a longstanding friendship beyond work." – @manishmalhotra05 A gem lost too soon, a star that will never fade.. A lively spirit who touched hearts of millions and forever served as an inspiration to many. You will be cherished and deeply missed. #RIPSridevi
"I met Sridevi very recently in Dubai and we just had so much to share. The news that she is no longer with us comes as a shock. I will always cherish the precious memories of a friend who was and forever will be an iconic superstar." – @manishmalhotra05 A gem lost too soon, a star that will never fade. A lively spirit who touched the heart of millions and forever served as an inspiration to many. You will be cherished and deeply missed. #RIPSridevi
During recent interaction with the vogue revealed his last interaction with good friends and versatile actress, Sridevi. ”This is the first time I’ve lost someone so close, and it feels surreal. I’d known her for 28 years. We were at a wedding together and then, out of nowhere, her sister Srilatha was handing me a silk sari for her funeral. I spoke to her the night she passed away. We talked about everything under the sun, from Janhvi’s film, how beautiful Khushi looked at the wedding to even what she had eaten earlier that day. Even now, so many days later, I still expect my phone to ring, and to hear her discuss an outfit or a project which we can work on together.”