Sridevi did many films with actor Anil Kapoor. She was also seen in the biggest hit of her career ‘Mr. India’ opposite Anil Kapoor. There was a time when the magic of the two pair of people rose and spoke. Sridevi and Anil Kapoor’s pair also appeared in films like ‘Lamhe’, ‘Ladla’, ‘Judai’ and ‘Joshile’. The two did about a dozen films together. But do you know that an opportunity in Sridevi’s career also came when she flatly refused to work with Anil Kapoor.
Actually Anil Kapoor is Boney Kapoor’s brother and Sridevi married Boney Kapoor. This led to Anil Kapoor becoming his brother-in-law. Sridevi did this when she was offered a son ‘film’.
Sridevi refused to work with Anil Kapoor because she had already done a lot of films with him. Sridevi did not want to repeat the same thing again and again.
Next, let us tell you why Anil Kapoor used to touch the feet of Shri Devi, the fans of both the pair also loved and Anil Kapoor also respected Bhabhi Sridevi. Recently, Anil Kapoor shared some things related to Sridevi during a show. Actually, Anil Kapoor reached a special episode of reality show ‘Dance Plus’ with Jitendra. In this special episode, Sridevi was paid tribute.
During this show, Anil Kapoor told many things about Sridevi. Anil said that whenever he met his sister-in-law, Sridevi used to touch his feet and whenever he used to do so, Sridevi felt unconfirmed. Anil Kapoor said that he was always impressed by Sridevi’s way of working and her personality. He said, ‘As an artist I consider myself very lucky that I got an opportunity to work with Sridevi ji. He was also very supportive in my career. She was highly qualified as an artist. As soon as he was seen on the screen, there was an enthusiasm in the audience. We still remember Sridevi in the same way.
Anil further said, ‘As an artist, I considered myself very lucky that I was working with Sridevi ji. He was also very supportive in my career. She was very talented who used to spread her magic as soon as she came on screen. We should never miss them sadly, we should celebrate their art, their work.