One of the best actresses in India, who came from the south, but reached the top in Bollywood, surprised Sridevi‘s’ sudden death last night in Dubai due to cardiac arrest in the entire film community. Be it director K Raghavendra Rao, who left Sridevi speechless in up to 26 films. And another director in such a state of shock is Ram Gopal Varma, who has expressed his love for Sridevi several times.
RGV has written a short letter about the sudden death of his favorite actress at the age of 54. Below are the excerpts from the RGV letter.
I have the habit of constantly dreaming and waking up at night to check my phone, and suddenly I see a message that Sridevi is gone. I thought it was a nightmare or a joke and went back to sleep. An hour later, I got up to look, and there were about 50 messages that informed me about it
When I was in Vijayawada, I saw her first Telugu movie “Padaarella Vayasu”. I felt overwhelmed by its beauty and left the theater, dazed, thinking that I could not be a real person and that it should be a form of fantasy that somehow acquired a human form. Then I saw her in several other films, all of which raised the bar for both her talent and her beauty. For me, he seemed like a being who came from another world in space to bless us for a time for all the good things we could have done in this world.
She was like a creation of God which he does whenever he is in a very special mood as a very very special gift to mankind. My journey to Sridevi started when I was preparing for my debut film ‘Shiva’. I used to walk from Nagarjuna’s office in Chennai to a neighbouring street where Sridevi used to live and I used to just stand and watch Sridevi’s house from outside her gate.
I could not believe that the goddess of beauty lives in this stupid house. I say stupidly because I believed that no man has built a house which is deserved to this beauty called SRIDEVI.