Remembering Sridevi: 5 Films That Prove Sridevi Was Indeed The Queen Of Bollywood
Sridevi was an epitome of beauty, style and grace. With charming looks, cheery voice and loads of talent, Sridevi became the first female superstar of her time. Her films are still living on in our hearts and minds. In her acting career, she seamlessly traversed through diverse roles with great ease. She started as a child artist and the graph scaled up and up exponentially. She passed away on 24th February 2018 and the entire Bollywood fraternity felt the loss of a mightily talented actress. Today is her 56th birth anniversary and we can’t help but recollect all the memorable roles she played that continues to touch our hearts. Here’s remembering the talented diva with the 5 films that prove that Sri Devi was indeed the queen of Bollywood.
1. Mr. India
Mr. India is counted as one of the best Indian films of all time. Sridevi made everyone a fan of hers as she danced to the song ‘Hawa Hawai’. She mesmerised the audience as the Hawa-Hawai girl.
The way Sri Devi portrayed the character of ‘Chandni’ truly overwhelmed the audience. The song ‘Mere Hathon Me Nau Nau Chudiya Hai’ became a superhit track of its time. The actress was even nominated as the best actress in the Filmfare awards for her brilliant acting.
3. Khuda Gawah
Shri Devi looked absolutely stunning as she played the role of a fierce ‘Benazir’. Yet again, she made space in the hearts of the audience.
4. English Vinglish
Shri Devi took a long break before coming back to films. English Vinglish was her comeback film. The film was well-received by the audience and was also premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival.
In the film MOM, Sridevi played the role of Devki Sabarwal with honesty and grace. She even won the national award for the best actress. Critics and the audience appreciated her acting alike.