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Veteran actress Sridevi’s body being brought to India after her demise

The news of Sridevi's demise has come as a shock for everyone in the film industry.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: February 25, 2018 9:25 IST ]
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This is the black day of Bollywood as the veteran actress Sridevi passed away after cardiac arrest in Dubai. The lady was in the city for Mohit Marwah’s wedding. More details about it are yet to be known but according to a report in Bollywoodlife.com, the actress’s husband and producer Boney Kapoor is making arrangements to bring her body to India. It is being heard that her body will reach the Mumbai airport around 2:00 pm and the funeral will take place in Juhu. The entire film fraternity is mourning the untimely death of the legendary actress.

According to a source, the news is shocking as the veteran actress was not suffering from any disease adding that it was unexpected. Bollywoodlife.com quoted the source as saying, “She has been fit and hale and hearty for a long time. She suffered a massive cardiac arrest in Dubai where she was on a short break and passed away after doctors could not bring her back. This was something that no one expected.”

Along with Sridevi, her husband and daughter Khushi Kapoor also attended Mohit’s wedding whereas Janhvi Kapoor gave it a miss as she was occupied with the work of her Bollywood debut Dhadak. The source further added that Boney went to Dubai yesterday to surprise his wife. However, after Sridevi suffered cardiac arrest, she was declared dead by the doctors.

Now, the actress’s body will soon be brought to India.

From Amitabh Bachchan to Priyanka Chopra, many Bollywood celebs have expressed grief over the death of the legendary actress. On a related note, Sridevi was last seen in 2017 film Mom.

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