Mumbai: Sridevi might have turned to ashes, but the work done by the actress and her contribution to Indian cinema will always remain immortal.
On this occasion, The Government of Mauritius has planned to honour the actress for her contribution towards the Indian cinema.A source told DNA, “This month, they (the Government of Mauritius) were keen to host a group of eight to 10 film personalities. They wanted Sridevi, accompanied by her husband Boney Kapoor, to be the Chief Guest at the Women’s Day function, which is being hosted over the March 8 weekend. Now, this won’t be possible.”
“The Mauritius Government was supposed to honour the actor in person for her immense contribution to Indian cinema on Women’s Day. However, the unfortunate happened. They reached out to the late actor’s husband, Boney Kapoor, expressing their grief and informed that they would still be honouring her on the occasion. The condolence letter stated that she epitomised women empowerment, dignity and strength, and that she holds a special place in the hearts of Mauritians,” a source close to producer Boney Kapoor informed Hindustan Times.