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Boney Kapoor, Janhvi and Khushi immerse the ashes of Sridevi in Rameswaram – view pic

Posted 2018/03/04 260 0


Boney Kapoor, Janhvi and Khushi immerse the ashes of Sridevi in Rameswaram – view pic

The entire nation grieved with the family of Sridevi, who passed away at the age of 54 on the night of February 24 with “accidental drowning” concluded as the cause of death. After 48 hours of critical investigation in Dubai, Sridevi’s mortal remains were brought to Mumbai on February 27. The body was flown down to the city via a private jet. The condolence meeting for the late legendary took place on February 28 and almost the entire industry came to bid adieu to Sridevi. The Padma Shri winning actress was cremated with state honours. The funeral took place later in the day in Shree Seva Samaj crematorium in Vile Parle.

An urn carrying the ashes of Sridevi was brought in Chennai on March 2 by her husband Boney Kapoor for immersion in the sea off Rameswaram. The ashes brought by Kapoor in a special aircraft were taken to the holy island town of Rameswaram on March 3 and immersed in the sea there. Here is the picture of Boney along with daughters Janhvi and Khushi immersing the ashes of Sridevi: ALSO READ: Priyanka Chopra writes an eulogy for Sridevi, says “She is one of the big reasons I became an actor”

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After the funeral, Boney issued a statement to the media which was posted through Sridevi’s Twitter account. Here’s what it read:

 

It’s unbelievable that Sridevi is no more. Not only people from the industry, but there was a sea of fans who thronged the streets to bid farewell to the actress, who lit up the big screen with her talent over a career that lasted 50 years and 300 films.