Producer Boney Kapoor remembered his late wife, actor Sridevi, days before her death anniversary. He took to his Instagram and made an emotional post. Kapoor penned a heartfelt note and remembered his late wife. Boney Kapoor on his Instagram also shared a beautiful art piece of Sridevi remembering her ahead of her death anniversary.
Boney Kapoor remembers Sridevi ahead of death anniversary
The Mili producer in his note reminisced memories of his late wife. He said that Sridevi’s love and memories will keep him going. Kapoor also said that the memories will remain with him forever.
Sharing the photo of the late actress, Boney Kapoor wrote, “You left us 5 years back …… your love and memories will keep us going and will remain with us forever….“
Sanjay Kapoor and Manish Malhotra reacted to the post shared by Kapoor and showered love. They dropped red heart emojis.
In the comments, one user wrote, “Her legacy will be carried by Khushi & Janhvi,” while another user said, “She’s forever with us,” followed by a red heart emoji. “Miss you Sri ji My all time fav actress,” a third fan said.
Sridevi The life of a legend biopic
Boney Kapoor recently confirmed that a biopic on his late wife is on the cards. Debutant author Dhiraj Kumar is set to write the book and will publish in this year itself. The biopic will have a 360-degree portrait of Sridevi, giving a glimpse to readers into the late actor’s life.
Confirming the biopic of his late wife, Kapoor said, “Sridevi was a force of nature. She was the happiest when she shared her art on screen with her fans but she was also a fiercely private person. Dhiraj Kumar is someone she considered family. He is a researcher, writer and columnist. We are happy that he is writing a book that befits her extraordinary life.”
Meanwhile, Kapoor and Sridevi tied the knot in 1996. They are parents to daughters Janhvi Kapoor and Khushi Kapoor. While Janhvi Kapoor has worked in the movies, Khushi Kapoor is all set to make her Bollywood acting debut with the film The Archies.
Sridevi left this world, for her heavenly abode in 2018. She breathed her last on February 24.