The prayer meet, which took place on March 10, was attended by Sridevi's two daughters-Janhvi and Khushi-along with her producer husband Boney Kapoor and designer friend Manish Malhotra.
Actress Sridevi's sudden demise in Dubai on February 24 had sent shock waves across the country.More news: ELN Says Ready to Resume Peace Talks with Colombian Gov't
Another image showed a shrine dedicated to Sridevi, with a lovely image of her taking pride of place as flowers were placed underneath. Surprisingly, Sridevi's sister Srilatha has remained silent on the entire incident.
"What we knew was Boney Kapoor lost a lot of money in few films and they sold Sridevi's properties to make up for the losses". An interview by one Venugopal Reddy, who claims to be the last actress' uncle reached out to a Telugu TV channel and she alleged that Sridevi didn't lead a happy life while alive and died in grief. "She wore a smile on her face for the world but she went through a lot inside her. Boney produced a film which never saw the light of the day, and they were financially going through a tough phase".More news: Djokovic beaten by world number 109
We snapped Janhvi and Khushi as they returned from Chennai post the prayer meet held in Sridevi's honour in Chennai.
In one image Sridevi's family, dressed in white, stand together, as Boney clasped his hands together in prayer. Even after more than 15 days of Sridevi's death, Srilatha continues to remain tight lipped. To this, Sanjay said, "Some sections of the media questioned my wife's silence and attributed all kinds of ridiculous allegations". We mourn in silence and do not seek any publicity and that should not be misconstrued. Both actors had attended Sridevi's funeral in Mumbai and had met Boney Kapoor and family members.More news: Bills Trade Cordy Glenn to Bengals
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