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‘She always stood for honor and innocence’ MPNRC News

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Janhvi Kapoor made quite an impression with her stellar performance in her recent OTT film Good Luck Jerry. Critics and film buffs praised the late Sridevi’s daughter and gave justice to her character. The Dhadak actress, carrying on her mother’s legacy that will remain inimitable for ages to come, is often questioned about what she learned from Sridevi.

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During a candid interaction with Ranveer Allabadia on his YouTube podcast The Ranveer Show, the actress opened up about the numerous lessons her versatile mother imparted. She shared that she unknowingly embodies Sridevi’s behavior in her daily life. Janhvi said, “I think if she was around, I would have been able to answer more openly but now that she is not around, I think it is arrogant of me for people to draw parallels between me and my mother. The way I walk across the corridor in the morning, apparently I walk like her. The times I eat and the sounds I make are exactly like hers. Apparently, I sound like her. Apparently, I cry like her. I’m just as needy as her, I guess.”

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The Ghost Stories actor added, “I switch on and off in front of the camera a bit like her. I think I am sensitive like her. She always stood for honor and innocence. In my head, even after all these years in the industry, she was still a child, so naive, innocent, sheltered in the ways of the world. And I think that’s what made her art so corrupt and made her so incorruptible as a person.”

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Sri Amma Younger Ayyappan or Sridevi popularly known as Sridevi was an Indian actress and film producer who acted in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Malayalam and Kannada language films. Her incredible performances in several films like Mr. India, Lamhe, Judai, Gumrah and English Vinglish also earned her the title of ‘Indian Cinema’s First Female Superstar’. Her career in Indian cinema spanned more than 50 years, from slapstick comedies to epic dramas. She was known for her reticent and introverted personality, but was a headstrong and outspoken screen persona, regularly playing strong-willed, sophisticated women. Her 300th and final film Mom earned her a posthumous National Award for Best Actress. The veteran actor passed away in February 2018 in Dubai.

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