The Bollywood film producer Boney Kapoor has recently talked about life without his better half. In an interview, he has discussed coming small prints of life without his wife Sridevi.

Boney Kapoor who lost his wife Sridevi on February 24, 2018, has been striving to put fix back things for them for the well-being of his daughters Khushi Kapoor and Janhvi Kapoor.

“She was suddenly gone. These past months have been very difficult. Everything went on a freeze-pause in our lives. There were so many things left unsaid and undone. Now I am finally picking up the pieces again trying to put my life together for my children’s sake. There were things that were put on pause. I am trying to resume my life. I am yet to come to terms with the fact that she’s gone forever.” – said Boney Kapoor in an interview.

The sudden demise of the Bollywood actor Sridevi took place in a hotel room in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. She had been there to attend the wedding of her cousin Mohit Marwah. She is said to have drowned in her hotel bathroom. This was a nerve breaking news for her fans worldwide. Ever since Sridevi’s death, the father is always spotted with the duo Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor.

“To the world, she was their Chandni… the actor par excellence… their Sridevi… but to me she was my love, my friend, mother to my girls, my partner… To our daughters, she was everything… their life. She was the axis around which our family ran… If you need to talk of Sri, let it be of special memories that connect each of you to her,”- tweeted Boney Kapoor just the demise of her wife.

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