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Zero Would be Sridevi’s Last Film on silver screen

After 15 years she returned to the big screen with Gauri Shinde’s English Vinglish, Sridevi proved why she was called female superstar of Bollywood

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Mumbai: The most tragic news, Bollywood diva Sridevi passed away on Saturday night after a massive cardiac arrest. Sridevi was in Dubai with husband Boney Kapoor and daughter to attend her nephew Mohit Marwah’s wedding.

As per the reports, Sanjay Kapoor and other family members reached Dubai last night. They are bringing her body to to perform the last rites in the presence of her family.

After 15 years she returned to the big screen with Gauri Shinde’s English Vinglish, Sridevi proved why she was called female superstar of Bollywood.

The actress who was known for her performances in films like Sadma, Himmatwala, Judaai, and more, has left behind a trail of films that have made her presence everlasting.

Sridevi was one of the most successful superstars of her time. She starred in several blockbuster movies and changed the face of the industry. Even her second innings with  and Mom won hearts.

Sridevi was last seen in 2017 film, Mom. The legendary star won several accolades for her performance in the film.

For the fan who waited to watch the actress on the big screen again in Zero would be Sridevi’s final movie. The actor will be seen in a special appearance for which she had already shot back in October in 2017. Starring Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma, the film will celebrate the “incompleteness in people” and will see in an unusual avatar and that of a dwarf in the movie.

The film is expected to take the use to VFX in Bollywood to another level and we can’t wait to watch how. Seems like, Sridevi’s fans have one last treat left to enjoy.

Zero will be her last film which is set to release in Christmas 2018.

Siddharth Raghuvanshi
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