Boney, Janhvi and Khushi immerse Sridevi’s ashes in Rameswaram


Photographer Manav Manglani took to Instagram and shared a picture of Boney Kapoor and his daughters Janhvi and Khushi immersing Sridevi’s ashes in the sea. Today, particularly, has been one of the hardest. Sridevi’s untimely demise at a hotel room in Dubai came as a shock to the entire nation. 2018-03-04T22:42:54+00:00″>
Published: March 4, 2018 10:42 pm

Boney Kapoor along with his daughters Janhvi and Khushi immersed Sridevi’s ashes in Rameswaram. Her mortal remains were brought back to India on February 27 after Dubai authorities determined that she had died of accidental drowning in her bathtub. Related News
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd The 54-year-old actor, who ruled showbiz for decades, left the world too soon. We laid to rest a beautiful soul who has gone too soon. The entire Hindi film industry and Sridevi’s fans reached Mumbai to pay their final respects to the iconic actor at her condolence meet in Celebrations Sports Club. According to a report by PTI, Boney Kapoor brought Sridevi’s ashes in a special aircraft to Chennai on Saturday and reached Rameswaram to immerse the ashes of Bollywood’s first female superstar in the sea there.