Boney Kapoor posts gut-wrenching tweet from Sridevi’s Twitter handle

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Boney Kapoor has posted an incredibly heartfelt post in memory of his wife, Sridevi, who died in Dubai last week. Her mortal remains were brought to Mumbai on Tuesday night, while her funeral took place on Wednesday Amina thousands of friends and fans paying tributes to the original queen of the Bollywood.

Here’s what Boney wrote for Sridevi hours after her last rites were performed.

“Losing a friend, wife and mother of your two young daughters is a loss inexplicable in words.

I would like to express my sincere gratitude to my family, friends. colleagues. Well-wishers and all of you countless fans of my Sridevi who have stood by us like rocks. l am blessed to have the support and love of Arjun and Anshula. who have been such pillars of strength for myself, Khushi and Janhvi. Together. as a family we have tried to face this unbearable loss.

To the world she was their Chandni… the actor par excellence… their Sridevi… but to me she was my love, my friend, mother to our girls… my partner. To our daughters, she was their everything… their life. She was the axis around which our family ran.

As we bid goodbye to my beloved Wife and Khushi & Janhvi’s mama, I have a sincere request. Please respect our need to grieve privately. If you need to talk of Sri, let it be of the special memories that connect each of you to her. She was and is an actor that is irreplaceable. Love and respect her for that. The curtains never come down on an actor’s life, because they shine on the silver screen forever.

My only concern at this time is to protect my daughters and find a way to move forward without Sri. She was our life, our strength and the reason we always smiled. We love her beyond measure.

Rest in peace, my love. Our lives will never be the same again.”

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  1. A Tribute to Sridevi..Connie Q..Goa. This is a little poem I wrote on 28Feb after watching The Guard of Honour on TV… Adieus to the Chandni (moon) and to our Tofah (gift). A tear fell as your India wept. The Guard of Honour blew his trumpet as you lay in your casket. A woman loved by her spouse her girls and the world so dearly said goodbye too early. You left a legacy one of a kind. Our hearts will now Beat (Dhadak) more from this day on.

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