My Sorrow Is That There Might Be No After-Life: Sridevi
Sridevi talks about her favourite things in an old interview with ‘Stardust’.
The country is still reeling under the shocking news of the sudden demise of actor Sridevi, who passed away at the age of 54 in Dubai. The Bollywood actor was in UAE to attend nephew Mohit Marwah’s wedding with her family. She then went to Dubai to meet her sister, where she suffered a cardiac arrest.
In an old interview with the popular film magazine Stardust, Sridevi touches up on the topic of “after-life” very briefly and her other “favourite things”. Take a look:
I love - This Green planet
I prefer to forget - How we are spoiling this green planet
I dig - Good screenplay
I get turned on by - Good screenplay
My biggest assets - My family
My sex appeal - My Genes
My passion - Pompeian Puppies, Pineapple ice-cream, pack time
My greatest necessary - To know if there are make-up rooms in after-life
My sorrow - That there might be no after-life
My most unforgettable moment - Film fare for Chaalbaaz
My favorite bedroom line - To the star I prefer Door-darshan
My strength - To view life from a distance, yet be part of it
My favorite possession - My emotions
My special ability - To do Kathak at the edge of a cleft
My most embarrassing moment - When I fell of the cleft
What bored me most - The ride to the hospital after I fell off
What painted me most - The treatment in the hospital
What I avoid most - Dancing on the cleft / Sly Stallone phone calls
What tires me most - Re-takes in re-make
What touches me most - When re-make is a super-hit
My birthday - Another day closer to the edge
“Be away from drugs,” concluded Sridevi.
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