Boney Kapoor Reacts To the Jail DGP Rishiraj Singh’s Claims On Sridevi’s Death: Read To Know His Statement

Producer Boney Kapoor reacts to the claims made by Jail DGP Rishiraj Singh on wife Sridevi’s Death

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Boney Kapoor Reacts To the Jail DGP Rishiraj Singh’s Claims On Sridevi’s Death: Read To Know His Statement
Since the untimely death of legendary actress Sridevi, the family and friends of the star have faced a lot of controversies leading to her death. There have been claims made by a few many that the death of the actress was nothing but cold-blooded murder. A year after the legendary actor's demise, a claim by the Jail DGP Rishiraj Singh in a newspaper column mentioned that he had circumstantial evidence claiming the death of Sridevi was a murder.

This, of course, has come as a big bolt for her fans and the news has been circulating for two days on the internet. Recently in a report by, producer Boney Kapoor reacted to the claims made by the jail DGP. The producer said, “I don’t want to react to such stupid stories. There is no need to react because such stupid stories keep coming. Basically, this is somebody’s fragment of imagination.”

Sridevi had flown to Dubai to attend the wedding nuptials of her Nephew Mohit Marwah and was found dead in the bathtub of her hotel room. Since the death of the beloved wife, Boney Kapoor has mentioned several times, how he misses his dear ‘Sri’. Boney Kapoor has also said, “Janhvi and Khushi are there with me. My elder son Arjun and Anshula too. They have been my strength. The way Arjun and Anshula accepted Janhvhi and Khushi, it has lessened my burden. I believe blood is blood. My strength is my four kids.”

Boney Kapoor’s reaction was after the Jail DGP wrote a column in South daily claiming Sridevi's death was not accidental and there was 'circumstantial evidence' proving it was murder. The article read, “My friend told me that the death might have been a murder. When I asked him out of curiosity over the death, Dr Umadathan (forensics) pointed out several circumstantial evidence to prove that the actress' death was not accidental. According to Dr Umadathan, ‘Even if she drank too much, she would not drown in one-foot deep water in a bathtub'. Without pushing by somebody, a person's legs or head could not drown in one-foot water in the bathtub.”

Image source: Instagram/ @sridevi.kapoor