Following Deepika Padukone, Karan Johar took up the honor of launching Satyarth Nayak’s book ‘Sridevi: The Eternal Screen Goddess’. Written in lieu of celebrating her life as a timeless actress, the name and the hype for the book has been real. She will remain unforgettable as the face of Indian cinema. She had been the leading actress in the majority of films during the ’90s.
Earlier this year, her wax figure was unveiled at Madame Tussauds Museum in Singapore in her memory.
This launch event saw the presence of many celebrities who had come to pay their tribute to her. Karan Johar himself was spotted all dolled up in maroon to unveil the book.
With a proud grin on his face, and a heavy heart he launched the book and spoke a few words on her memorable celluloid journey. He made a heartfelt comment about being incapable to direct her and was relieved that he hadn’t given her a failure.
Her last screen appearance was in ‘Mom’ in 2017. She has touched the audience’s hearts and the void due to her absence cannot be filled by any others.