It has been a year since legendary actress Sridevi passed away and the world is still mourning the loss of India's first female superstar. The Bollywood star tragically passed away at the age of 54 due to accidental drowning in a bathtub of her hotel room in Dubai.
However, celebritities and netizens alike took to Twitter to remember the iconinc actress with many using #SrideviLivesForever turning it viral.
Taking to social media, Sridevi's daughter Jahnvi Kapoor, posted a touching trivute to the lat actress on Sridevi's first death anniversary.
Jahnvi shared a picture and captioned it, "My heart will always be heavy. But I’ll always be smiling because it has you in it."
The photo shows her hands clasped in those of her mum Sridevi's.
Not only her, veteran actor Shabana Azmi too paid tribute to her on Twitter.
Azmi wrote, "A year already .. #Sridevi . You will live on through your work .."
Shekhar Kapoor too took to Twitter and wrote, "Still can’t get over that this bundle of life, of energy, of love, left us when she has so much much more to give @SrideviBKapoor @SrideviKapoor."
Farah Khan took to Instagram and shared an image with the caption, "When i was just starting out in my career She was so supportive, so encouraging.. getting to Choreograph a Sridevi show or a song for her was like a dream.. no wonder I never got awed or starstruck with any other star in my entire career because I started frm the TOP! There never was n never will be anyone like SRIDEVI.. love her always ♥️( this photo is frm 1994- world tour)."
Not only celebrities, others too remembered the actor on her first death anniversary.
One user, Leena Goenka paid a poignant tribute by writing, "Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near; still loved, still missed and very dear. #Sridevi we miss you. #SrideviLivesForever."
Another user Mahek Sood too poster, "It’s already been a year and I still can’t believe you’re gone. I still miss you every day, Sri ma'am and even after a year I’m not strong enough to accept you’re really gone. #Sridevi #SrideviLivesForever."
A Sridevi fan club Sridevisena wrote, "Remembering you is easy. we do it every day.... Missing you is heartache that never goes away!! #Sridevi #SrideviLivesForever."
In a career spanning five decades, she was known for her portrayals of women in challenging situations, and she has appeared in a range of genres, from slapstick comedy to epic dramas. She is known for films such as Himmatwala, Mr. India, ChaalBaaz, Sadma, Nagina, English Vinglish and Mom among others.