At the break of dawn on the 25th of February, India woke up to devastating news. India’s first female superstar, the epitome of grace and humbleness had suffered a cardiac arrest on the night of 24th at a wedding in Dubai and left behind a legacy of five decades. Sridevi’s untimely death is a mystery drama in the making, developing a new twist with each passing day.
Amidst all the tweets and posts by celebrities mourning her demise, an alleged autopsy report was released stating that Sridevi died due to ‘accidental drowning’. The report was signed by Dr. Sami Wadie, specialist/public health.
Following the completion of post-mortem analysis, #DubaiPolice today stated that the death of Indian actress #Sridevi occurred due to drowning in her hotel apartment’s bathtub following loss of consciousness.
— Dubai Policeشرطة دبي (@DubaiPoliceHQ) February 26, 2018
To add to this, it was also claimed that Sridevi had traces of alcohol in her blood.
It is impossible to know whether this autopsy report is legitimate. Plus, the creepy coincidence between her death and that of Boney Kapoor’s first wife (mother of Arjun Kapoor), Mona Kapoor, just months before the release of their children’s’ debut films, just keeps adding to #SrideviDeathDrama (People sure have a lot of time on their hands to decipher these crazy coincidences!)
But all of this is taking eyes away from the miserable life that Sridevi lead; one filled with lack of respect for herself and her body. Society pressured her into remaining her young self, wrinkle-free and underweight. Sridevi subjected herself to multiple cosmetic surgeries that turned a beautiful honest person into a sad version of the girl we all loved so much in Mr.India. What’s disheartening is that her husband did not intervene or stop her from going under the knife at any point. Did he really love her for who she was or was she just a trophy wife for him to show off to the world? Yes, Sridevi sure has had a roaring and successful career, but was it worth it?
In other news, Syria continues to be hell on Earth.
If the citizens of the world don’t get together to STOP the genocide in #Syria then they must permanently hang their heads in shame!!!
Guns on the head of a toddler…Really?!! pic.twitter.com/gkL9BXy6XQ
— Faridoon Shahryar (@iFaridoon) February 26, 2018
It is beyond my comprehension why Muslim world has become a silent spectator to the recent bombings which resulted into death of 400 civilians (mostly children). Why there was no news on #GhoutaGenocide being committed in #Syria? No statement by FO, FM or by PM. #SyriaIsBleeding pic.twitter.com/WCY2yvcPD3
— Senator Faisal Abidi (@SenFaisalAbidi) February 25, 2018
We are complaining about things in life that we dont have , people and innocent childrens in #Syria are being killed every second, they are striving for nothing but only to live peacefully .
— Vijay Sethupathi (@i_vijaysethu) February 26, 2018