They may have been a standout amongst the most sentimental combines on screen, yet Kamal Haasan and late female hotshot Sridevi shared a bond like that of kin. “Sridevi en thangachi (Sridevi was my more youthful sister),” Haasan stated, decades after he was matched inverse Sridevi in various Tamil movies, for example, ‘Master’, ‘Varumayin Niram Sivappu’, ‘Vaazhve Maayam’ and ‘Moondram Pirai’, the last one being likewise revamped as Hindi exemplary ‘Sadma’ in 1983.
Sridevi, who kicked the bucket of incidental suffocating in her lodging bath in Dubai a week ago, caught a large number of hearts crosswise over India as a Bollywood diva. She had begun her vocation in Tamil silver screen industry, other than doing some Telugu films.
She later moved to Mumbai to appreciate an effective vocation in Hindi film. Writing in the finishing up some portion of his week by week arrangement in Tamil magazine ‘Ananda Vikatan,’ Haasan, now a lawmaker, said he was uncovering the idea of his security with the late Sridevi as he doesn’t stand the danger of his “market” getting influenced now.
“Those days, couples (at weddings) were contrasted with us, saying they looked like Kamal and Sridevi. They more likely than not seen us singing two part harmonies and embracing. We concealed reality (about the idea of the relationship) in order to not smash that fantasy,” he said.
Drawing parallels with the kids wearing the parts of god couples Murugan-Valli or Krishna-Rukmini in plays, Haasan said the kid assuming the said parts would regularly depict the young lady as ‘thangachi’, which means more youthful sister.
“Me and Sridevi resembled one such annan-thangachi (sibling and sister),” he included. Showing that individuals in the business had a reasonable thought regarding this, Haasan said he was gotten some information about it “since you are being commended as a couple.”