Boney Kapoor Dismisses Allegations of Sridevi's Death Being a Murder
An Indian jail DGP Rishiraj Singh claimed that legendary actress Sri Devi’s death was not an accident but a murder, according to a foreign media outlet. The aforementioned news is what Rishiraj Singh uncovered in an article written in the number one spot page of the widely distributed Kerala Kaumudi paper.
The jail official quoted forensic surgeon Dr Umadathan who said, “My friend told me that the death might have been a murder. When I asked him out of curiosity over the death, Dr Umadathan pointed out several circumstantial evidence to prove that the actress’ death was not accidental.”
Boney Kapoor spoke to a web portal dismissing these allegations and calling them 'fragments of imagination'.
#32YearsOfMrIndia. We all have come a long way since then, yet it seems like yesterday. pic.twitter.com/y8oUE9tDDE— Boney Kapoor (@BoneyKapoor) May 29, 2019
“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.” Prior in May, a year ago, an ex-cop named Ved Bhushan had asserted that he wasn't permitted to view Sridevi's hitle room but enacted her death scene in the adjacent room and the accidental drowning didn't sound good to him in those conditions.
Ved additionally guaranteed that it's anything but difficult to place somebody in bathtub forcefully until the unfortunate victim quits stops without leaving any proof of the wrongdoing.
With Mom earning 100 Crore in China, I express my gratitude towards all the fans who continue to love Sri. Saw fans creating this hashtag and I can just say a heartfelt Thank You to all. #SrideviScoresCentury @SrideviBKapoor @MomTheMovie pic.twitter.com/e2fF1Ae1O1— Boney Kapoor (@BoneyKapoor) May 25, 2019
The ex-cop has doubts that her death by drowning in a bathtub could be a murder. The 54-year-old on-screen actor had died in a Dubai lodging on February 24 a year ago which which was termed as an accidental drowning in a bathtub by the Dubai government. Sridevi made her Bollywood debut in 1979 with Solva Sawan, however it was in 1983, with Balu Mahendra's "Sadma" that she positively shaped the Hindi film industry. That year, she likewise acted with Jeetendra in K Raghavendra Rao's blockbuster "Himmatwala", solidifying her place as one of Bollywood's top entertainers.