Veteran actor says that a star like Sridevi can ’never be forgotten’

In a heartfelt speech, T Rajender reacted to Sridevi’s untimely demise and said that she had truly changed the face of Tamil cinema.

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Veteran actor says that a star like Sridevi can ’never be forgotten’

Veteran actor says that a star like Sridevi can ’never be forgotten’

On Saturday, the film industry lost one of its most reverted names when veteran actor Sridevi passed away after suffering from a cardiac arrest in Dubai where she had gone to attend a wedding. Once the news broke, several stars took to Twitter and mourned the loss of a fine artiste and a good friend. Now, veteran actor-director T Rajender too has reacted to the sad incident. In a heartfelt speech, he said that a person like Sridevi can never be forgotten. He added that she completely changed the world of Tamil cinema and added a new dimension to it.

“A lot of people are born, everybody has to die. A lot of people are forgotten after they die. But there are some people who can never be forgotten even after their death. Accepting their death is so hard but we have to accept it because everybody dies. One such legend is Sridevi. I am her big fan and her works will always be remembered. Her Mayil character is unforgettable and her death is something that is a big wound for the industry. She has acted in many films and made so many records. She is a Devathai who turned the entire Tamil Thirai Ulagam upside down. The tears of all her fans will roll down and form a sea,” added TR.

In case you did not know, before conquering Bollywood, Sridevi found footing in South cinema and starred in successful films such as Moondram Pirai, 16 Vayathinile, and Bobbili Puli to name a few. She worked alongside likes of NTR, Kamal Haasan, and Rajinikanth and proved that she belonged to the big league.

Her last South film was Puli. In it, she played the role of a queen and impressed her die-hard fans. However, the film proved to be a commercial failure.

    Anonymous

    the woman was brilliant at times in her own way be it in mr india or otherwise rgds dr prasad panicker ,i think there was some emotional disturbance in the kapoor family towards her in recent times as the north -south divide remains as i have heard one of my neices say that szouth is pap bhoomi ,but what i saw after 3yrs of work in north india beween 2013 to 2016 is that south is punyabhoomi probably with the exception of uttarakhand and the NCR[pollution severe ,kerala in myn opinion is still gods country even bangalore is becoming a big stink ,pipe water is no longer potable even after boiling and thecity is full of filth ,chennai has always been dirty ,not everybody can spend 10000 rs /day and live 5 star ,kindest regards prof dr t m saratchandraprasad panicker medical director s m memorial superspeciality centre st germain rd north parur , professor of clinical cardiology and occupational and environmental physician GOI,nd

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