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Bollywood Actress Sridevi passes away after suffering cardiac arrest

25 February 2018, 12:10 | Ivan Casey

Bollywood Actress Sridevi passes away after suffering cardiac arrest

Actress Sridevi passed away due to cardiac arrest

The actress passed away after suffering a massive cardiac arrest in Dubai.

The news was confirmed to HuffPost by a member of the actor's family.

Her elder daughter, Janhvi couldn't attend the wedding because of her shooting schedule.

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After staying away from the spotlight for quite a while, Sridevi made a huge comeback in English Vinglish.

Born as Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan, Sridevi had worked in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada films before debuting in Hindi films.

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The late actress was reportedly at Mohit Marwah's wedding in UAE where she suffered a major heart attack. Built her career over the years and in 2013 was awarded Padmashri for her contribution to Indian cinema.

The news has come as a shock for Bollywood.

Sridevi, who is credited as the first female superstar of Bollywood, is survived by her husband Boney Kapoor and daughters, Khushi and Janhavi.

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