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Sridevi Death Anniversary: See how these television actors miss Chandni

Sridevi Kapoor, still fom Judaai
On 24th February 2018, we were all left in sudden deep shock and saddened by the news of the untimely demise of Bollywood’s ace actress Sridevi. The actress had millions of fans and admirers the world over and many still can’t come to terms with the fact that she is not living any longer. The void caused by her demise has left her fans bereaved. Indian Telly actors remember the iconic diva who remains a source of inspiration for many. 
Smiriti Kalra: Sridevi is my favorite actress. Nobody does comedy like her. I talk about her in the present tense as she lives in my heart. As a child I have grown up dancing on her songs- ‘ Mere Haathon Mein Nau-Nau Chudiyan Hai’ and ‘Morini Baangan Ma Bole‘. Through her films, she has made me laugh and cry and smile and giggle and I would want her to remember her like that.
Krishna Bharadwaj: I remember the first film of Sridevi I watched was Sadma on DD1 and remember I cried a lot. That character affected me so much that I fell ill. Sadma is my all-time most favorite film of Sridevi with Kamal Hassan, I learned what acting can be since childhood I wanted to be an actor and I was surprised with the character that so much can be done as an actor, he character in Sadma has always been with me. 
Moon Banerrjee: I’m hardcore Sridevi admirer I remember watching Lamhe and Chandni more than 100 times there was a time I would enact a scene or dialogues from the movies with utmost ease and perform in front of my family. Sridevi is and will always be my favorite.
Piyush Sahdev: I have been a fan of Sridevi’s film from the ’90s. Mr. India has been one of my favorite and how she played Charlie Chaplin in the film it was not easy to portray Charlie Chaplin but she did it with such ease, she’s an inspiration to many. A few days back I watched Mom and the charisma of her onscreen presence doesn’t seem to fade.
Shashank Vyas: I have always loved her acting and how she’s been versatile in her career. She played every character with such conviction be it a comic role or a serious one. I have grown up watching her films like Nagina, Chalbaaz, Sadma, Lamhe, and Chandi being my most favorite.
Saurabh Pandey: An actor and a legend like Sridevi will never be born again and the amount of acting she has it was just crazy, Hindi was not her first language and still, she worked with the South and Hindi movies both and made a mark. I and my wife adore her acting and we wished we could meet her someday. My personal favorites are Mr.India and Lamhe, also Khudgavah, she was a phenomenal talent, a nuclear bomb of talent. It’s saddening that we lost her but she will always be remembered and she’ll be shining forever.
Rehaan Roy: Sridevi is the ultimate Queen of Bollywood. I clearly remember I had a huge crush on her in my childhood I fell immensely in love with her after watching Chandni…Not just Chandni .. in fact, Chalbaaz, Mr. India, Judaai, Nagina, and recently English Vinglish and Mom .. these are my all time favorites. Her movies have always been the best source of entertainment and as an actor, we have so much to learn from her. As it’s correctly said, actors never die, She is a legend and she will always remain the same for every one of us.
Divya Khanna

Divya Khanna is the youngest member of the team, with a background in political science. She has joined High on persona print magazine in order to gain hands-on experience in various aspects of editorial coordination as associate editor of the magazine and news site. She has a penchant for writing and enjoys meeting new people and interviewing celebrities. She has a passion for writing, she has an eye for details, loves traveling and a quick learner.

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