Bollywood superstar Sridevi had passed away on February 24, 2018. She died from accidental drowning in Dubai at the age of 54, according to the forensic report.
Referred to as India's first female superstar, Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan aka Sridevi was one of the very few actors who enjoyed a mass appeal across major regional film industries within the country. She made her on-screen debut at the tender age of four in a Tamil movie and soon went on to dominate the Tamil, Telugu and Hindi film industries. After making her Bollywood debut with the 1975 blockbuster, Julie, in which she had played a supporting role, Sridevi went on to deliver blockbusters like Sadma, Himmatwala, Nagina, Chandni, ChaalBaaz, Judaai and English Vinglish, among others.
On Sridevi's third death anniversary, we take a trip down memory lane and revisit one of her most-loved feature films, Lamhe.