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Boney Kapoor breaks down while talking about Sridevi: ‘Forgetting her is impossible’

Boney Kapoor breaks down while talking about Sridevi: ‘Forgetting her is impossible’
Filmmaker Boney Kapoor with late actress-wife Sridevi.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, May 4

It came as a shock to the entire nation after the news of legendary actress Sridevi’s unfortunate demise came out. As hard it was for her fans to hear the news; it was much harder for her family. 

Filmmaker-husband Boney Kapoor is still struggling to come to terms with the death of his wife.

Boney appeared on film trade analyst Komal Nahta’s talk show ‘Aur Ek Kahani’ and spoke about how he is still trying to cope with the loss.

Komal shared a teaser of the upcoming episode, which will air on May 5. 

When asked if there was a single moment when he doesn’t miss Sridevi, Boney is seen trying to hide his tears. He said: “Namumkin hai.”

Komal asked Boney about making a wrong financial decision to which the producer replied: “There has to be someone who understands that I haven’t used my money for a wrong purpose...I haven’t lost it in a gamble or a race and I am aware of my mistake. In this case, if you do not have support at home, support from wife, that support you can’t find in anything.”

Boney was then questioned about why he never tried acting in films since he was good-looking, to which the latter replied: “I am still tall and trim and I am still good-looking.”

Boney often breaks down at the mention of Sridevi’s untimely death. 

However, the producer has found support in his four kids who have come together as a family post her death. 

His son and actor Arjun Kapoor had even accompanied step-sister Janhvi Kapoor to her debut on Karan Johar’s talk show ‘Koffee With Karan’.

Sridevi passed away on February 24, 2018, due to accidental drowning in Dubai.


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