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Malani was also one of the people who made special occasions associated with Sridevi, even more special. He ensured that occasions like her 50th birthday, and her 50 years in Bollywood were even more memorable for her.
When Sridevi turned 50, she had everything under the sky, however, the only thing she missed was a childhood memory with her parents. The beauty with beguiling eyes shed tears of joy when Malani gifted her a laminated photo of her childhood, with her parents on either side.
“She did not have any childhood pictures of herself with her parents. She had tears in her eyes when she saw the photo,” Malani told TOI, before leaving for Mumbai for the funeral.
When Sridevi completed 50 years in the film industry, Malani brought out a musical documentary, ‘Roop Ki Rani Sridevi’. ‘Senthoora Poove Sridevi’ in Tamil and ‘Athiloka Sundari Sridevi’ in Telugu are the other documentaries that Malani has brought out on the late superstar.
He has also been running an exclusive Sridevi film festival on Facebook – a page titled Sridevi, which he created when the social media site gained in popularity in the country – since February 2017, giving out details and insights into all her 300 movies.
Malani’s love for Sridevi began at a tender age when his father, a movie distributor, introduced her Tamil movie Kalyanaraman to Mangalore in 1979. “The film back then ran for two weeks at Ramakanthi Theatre. That was the first time I saw her on the big screen. I was 7-years-old then. I became an instant fan. My appreciation of her only grew with the passage of time,” he recalled.
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