Ahead Of Sridevi’s First Death Anniversary, Boney, Janhvi And Khushi Kapoor To Hold A Puja On February 14
It’s been almost a year since Sridevi left for her heavenly abode. The actress died on February 24 in Dubai, but as per tithi her first death anniversary will be observed on February 14, for which Janhvi, Khushi and Boney Kapoor will travel to actress’ hometown Chennai and hold a puja at her residence
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To remember the renowned actress, Kapoors are planning a puja in her hometown Chennai on Feb 14. Though the actress lost her life on February 24, but as per tithi, her first death anniversary will be observed on February 14.
According to a report in DNA, Boney Kapoor has decided that the rituals will take place at her Chennai home along with daughters- Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor. Reportedly, filmmaker’s younger brother Anil Kapoor and wife Sunita Kapoor will also attend the puja.
It’s been a year, since Sridevi departed, but Boney Kapoor still can’t hold his tears back whenever he talks or hears about the late actress. At IFFI Goa, last year, Boney Kapoor and Janhvi Kapoor had been invited to talk about cinema. During the panel discussion when an audience member posed a question about Sridevi, Boney couldn't hold back his emotions.
The filmmaker was asked about 4 of his kids coming really close after Sridevi’s death, at the same event, and he had said, “I was going through a phase where I didn’t know what was happening and the children coming together gave me a lot of strength to cope with the situation we were facing. I couldn’t have asked for more. For a parent, children come first and seeing all my 4 children together was, kind of a balming effect after the tragedy.” During the same event, Janhvi had also penned a beautiful poem for her mother, which she read loud at IFFI.