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Director Ram Gopal Varma’s special tribute to Sridevi

SNS | New Delhi |

The nation on Sunday woke up to the sad news of legendary actress Sridevi’s demise. The actress, who was 54, died of a cardiac arrest in Dubai late on Saturday, 24 February, where she had gone to attend her nephew Mohit Marwah’s wedding.

The news has come as a huge shock for the whole nation. Bollywood celebrities are shocked and they have taken to the micro-blogging site Twitter to offer their condolences.

Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, who has been a great fan of the actress, too, has been in a shock and the director has written an emotional and heartfelt letter to the actress on his Facebook handle.

“I HATE GOD FOR KILLING SRIDEVI AND I HATE SRIDEVI FOR DYING,” he wrote in the note where he recalled his first meeting with the actress.

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Varma reminisced the time when the late actress, who was last seen in “Mom” in 2017, came out with a Telugu film back in 1978.

Varma shared that it was Sridevi’s beauty that inspired him to pen the script of “Kshana Kshanam” — which released in 1991.

Varma wanted to come out with a special announcement about his next project on Sunday. But decided to hold on to it due to the demise of the actress.

In a series of tweets, the filmmaker expressed his feelings after the sad realization. Check out his tweets here…

It is indeed a big loss for the film industry today.