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Sridevi's death looks like a planned murder; says a retired Assistant Commissioner of Police



The world was shocked when legendary actress Sridevi passed away in a bathtub of a hotel in Dubai under mysterious circumstances. After the investigation concluded, authorities claimed that the actress had died due to accidental drowning on February 24, 2018. A lot of questions were raised regarding her untimely demise.

According to a report in Free Press Journal, retired Assistant Commissioner of Police, Ved Bhushan, who runs a private investigation agency (PI) in Delhi has claimed that Sridevi’s death looks more like a planned murder than an accident.

"It’s very easy to put someone in bathtub forcefully until victims breathing stops without leaving evidence of the crime, and then label it as an accidental death. This looks like a planned murder," said the ex-cop.

The 71st Cannes International Film Festival honoured late Sridevi. Reacting to the announcement of Cannes intending to honour Sridevi, Boney had earlier said, “I’m happy that people from the world over are recognising her body of work and her contribution to cinema. Even though the overwhelming emptiness of losing her remains, it’s comforting to know that she lives on through her work.”

“Janhvi, Khushi and I are overwhelmed with the recognition and tributes and love of millions of her fans being showered on her. Her work and life has touched so many hearts across the world and she has been an inspiration to millions. She will live forever, thanks to her body of work,” he added.

Sridevi was awarded the National Film Award in the best actress category for her performance in the Hindi film Mom, which also starred Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Akshaye Khanna.

credits: zimbio
Sridevi's death looks like a planned murder; says a retired Assistant Commissioner of Police Sridevi's death looks like a planned murder; says a retired Assistant Commissioner of Police Reviewed by bollykeeda on 2:43 AM Rating: 5

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