People on February 24, 2018 cried with grief on the demise of Bollywoo icon Sridevi. Today happens to be her third death anniversary and her family including-- husband Boney Kapoor and daughters Janhvi Kapoor & Khushi are missing her. This is the reason why the 'Dhadak' actress on Instagram shared a handwritten note written by the late actress alongside a caption reading, "Miss u." The letter reads, "I love you my labbu. You are the best baby in the world." For those unversed, Sridevi died by accidental drowning in Dubai where she had gone to attend the wedding of Mohit Marwah and Antara Motiwala. Her last few posts on Instagram included pictures with her family in which she was looking her best in the ethnic outfits.
On Sridevi's 3rd death anniversary, let's revisit some of her beautiful pictures that were shared by Bollywood's 'Chandni' before her untimely death:
Coming back to Janhvi, her mother left her days before her Bollywood debut in Dhadak, opposite Ishaan Khatter. The young girl is quite active on Instagram and keep on sharing throwback posts with her mother. Check them out here:
Not only Janhvi but even Khushi shared a beautiful throwback photo of Sridevi and husband Boney Kapoor.
Fans on Wednesday remembered the late actress on social media. Hashtag #Sridevi made its place on the top of Twitter trends today. Have a look:
Sridevi made her acting debut at the age of four with the 1967 Tamil film "Kandan Karunai" and transitioned to adult roles when she turned 13 with "Moondru Mudichu" (1976), another Tamil film.
She made her Hindi film debut as a child artiste in 1975 hit "Julie" and continued ruling the south Indian film industry where she established herself as a leading heroine with films "16 Vayathinile" (Tamil), "Thulavarsham" (Malayalam), "Padaharella Vayasu" (Telugu), "Priya" (Kannada-Tamil), among several others.
In an impressive career, spanning five decades, she dominated the commercial space in cinema in the '80s and '90s with Hindi films, including "Chandni", "Sadma", "ChaalBaaz", "Lamhe", "Khuda Gawah", and "Judaai".
Sridevi returned to the screen after a hiatus of 15 years with "English Vinglish" (2012), which she followed up with Tamil film "Puli" (2015) and 2017's "Mom", which earned Sridevi the National Award for best actress posthumously.