Sridevi's Birth Anniversary: Janhvi Kapoor Misses Her Mumma; Shares A Beautiful Picture

Sridevi would have turned 56 on August 13

She was the epitome of grace and style and she is missed more than ever by her friends, family and her fans as today is her 56th birth anniversary.

Apart from Janhvi, Sridevi was also remembered by her sisters-in-law Sunita (wife of Anil Kapoor) and Maheep (Sanjay Kapoor's wife).

It has been more than a year since legendary actress Sridevi passed away and the industry is still shocked to know about her death. And as soon as Janhvi shared the post, Priyanka Chopra and Manish Malhotra were quick to send their love.

Sunita Kapoor too posted a touching note with a picture of them together.

"Memories are always special". "Today is a bittersweet day as we celebrate you on what would have been your 56th birthday.We feel the sadness of your loss deeply but remembering your smile and the joy you brought to all our lives unites us in your memory".

On Tuesday morning, Boney Kapoor dedicated this message to Sridevi: "Happy birthday jaan, missing you every minute of my life, keep on guiding us, you will remain with us till eternity".

Janhvi Kapoor, who is now busy shooting for RoohiAfza and Kargil Girl, on her mother's 56th birth anniversary took to her social media and shared the most graceful picture of Sridevi. On Mother's Day, Janhvi had shared a throwback picture of herself, posing with her mom, and wrote in the caption, "Cherish them, listen to them, give them all the love in the world".

Sridevi famously co-starred with Anil Kapoor in Mr India nearly a decade before she married his filmmaker brother Boney Kapoor. However, now her daughter Janhvi Kapoor is taking forward her legacy and she already made a remarkable debut with Karan Johar's Dhadak. Sridevi married Boney Kapoor in 1996.

Born as Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan in 1963, she was known for her iconic roles in Hindi movies like "Chandni", "Lamhe", "Mr. India", "Chaalbaaz", "Nagina", "Sadma", and "English Vinglish" among many more. Whatever matters of the heart that can be shared is all in the public domain.

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