She would have been 56 today (August 13).
"I love you", she wrote alongside a attractive throwback picture of the actor, proving how badly she's missing her beloved mother today. Her awe-inspiring performances have not only lit up the silver screen but have also managed to lighten up our mood and still continue to do so whenever we catch a glimpse of her incredible acting. And as soon as Janhvi shared the post, Priyanka Chopra and Manish Malhotra were quick to send their love. Remembering her on this special day, daughter Janhvi Kapoor took to Instagram to share a simple yet attractive post for her mother. She revealed that she immersed herself with work and also recalled how it wasn't an easy experience for her. If it wasn't for coming back to the sets of Dhadak or being able to act, I think it would have been much tougher than what it is now. "It saved me in many ways". Describing the day as "bittersweet", Mr Kapoor wrote fond memories of Sridevi are cherished every day.
Sridevi passed away on February 24 in Dubai, where she went to attend a family wedding.
It's been a year and a half since Bollywood lost it's Chandni (Sridevi) but she still lives in our hearts.
Anil Kapoor's tweet made us took a trip down the memory lane to Sridevi's 55th birth anniversary a year ago, when he composed a attractive message for her: "A true star that shone brightly on-screen and lit up the lives of everyone she touched". Whatever matters of the heart that can be shared is all in the public domain.
Sridevi, a name that marks exuberance, charm, and dynamism, is a jewel in the Indian Cinema that will remain etched in our hearts for decades to come. Today this vacuum, this void cannot be replaced but the good wishes and the goodwill that she has left behind is something that we can live with.
Playing an irresistible girl-next-door, Sridevi looked pleasingly adorable as she became the subject of tricks and mockery amidst a bunch of notorious children and Arun, their confidant, and caretaker, who left no stone unturned to tease her.