The wax statue of Sridevi presented in Madame Tussauds in Singapore
The late Sridevi has been immortalized as a wax statue in Madame Tussauds , Singapore, which was presented today by the producer Boney Kapoor together with daughters, actress Janhvi Kapoor and Khushi The family of the late legendary actress seemed very emotional to discover the statue and pose for photos.
The actress has been immortalized in her avatar 'Hawa Hawaii' from her popular Bollywood movie 'Mr India'. The actress put on a gold suit for the now iconic song, one of her most fashionable avatars.
Film producer Boney Kapoor, who was married to Sridevi, yesterday shared glimpses of her wax statue on his Twitter profile. Sharing the video on his Twitter profile, Boney Kapoor wrote: Sridevi lives forever in not just our hearts but also in the hearts of millions of her fans. Eagerly waiting to watch the unveiling of her figure at Madam Tussauds, Singapore on September 4, 2019. (sic)
Sridevi lives forever in not just our hearts but also in the hearts of millions of her fans. Eagerly waiting to wat… https://t.co/mZvfRwpgNk - Boney Kapoor (@BoneyKapoor) 1567481981000
Madame Tussauds had decided to add Srivedi's wax figure as a tribute to the late actor on her 56th birth anniversary on August 13. Sridevi died on February 24 in Dubai, where she had gone to attend a family wedding.
Born in Sivakasi, Sridevi started her career as a child actor at the age of four in the Tamil movie Kandan Karunai in 1967. After a number of films as a child artiste, she went on to star as the leading lady in the Tamil film Moondru Mudichu directed by K Balachander. The pretty actress went on to work in Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada films. Sridevi, who is often addressed as Bollywood's 'first female superstar,' acted in 300 films in a career spanning over 5 decades.