Sridevi, who is makiing a comeback to the silver screen after a gap of 15 years, says she was touched with the response that she and her English Vinglish director Gauri Shinde got at the Toronto Film Festival. Debutante director
Sridevi, Adil Hussain, Mehdi Nebbou, and Sujata Kumar
Actress Sridevi’s comeback film “English Vinglish” Thursday turned to be the biggest premiere of the year so far where the entire film fraternity came to cheer this diva who is appearing on the big screen after 15 years. Sridevi graced
Sridevi’s last release was 1997 hit “Judaai” and she is ready to recreate the same magic with her comeback film “English Vinglish”, about a housewife’s struggle with the English language in the US. It releases Friday. Thanks to ad filmmaker
Actress Sridevi is making her comeback to cinema with “English Vinglish” and it’s not only her fans who are eagerly waiting for the movie, but also filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma. “Can’t wait for Friday. For first time in 20 years,
Sridevi on The Cover of Filmfare Magazine.
Actress Sridevi who is making a comeback in showbiz with Gauri Shinde’s “English Vinglish”, says she is very confident about her film and is not insecure at all. “I am very confident with this film and not insecure at all.
Aamir Khan brought up the issue of child sex abuse in the second episode of “Satyamev Jayate” Sunday. Yesteryears screen diva Sridevi made a special appearance on the show, her first appearance with Bollywood’s Mr. Perfectionist. The 48-year-old came to
Sridevi On The Cover of Marie Claire India.
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who last worked with Sridevi in “Khuda Gawah” in 1993, says it is a “delight” to work with the actress after so many years in Gauri Shinde’s “English Vinglish”. “Up by 6 am and off to the