Saw Sridevi serving tea like ordinary housewife: When Ram Gopal Varma expressed anger at Boney Kapoor
First Published 1, Oct 2020, 1:36 PM
Just after Sridevi's demise, Ram Gopal Varma said he hated Boney Kapoor cause he didn't treat her well
Ram Gopal Varma was one man who was devastated after Sridevi's demise after suffering a cardiac arrest in Dubai at the age of 54. RGV took to Twitter to share his grief, going as far as to abuse God for taking Sridevi away.
In his latest Facebook post, Ram Gopal Varma has made some shocking revelations about Sridevi's life. In a letter titled, 'MY LOVE LETTER TO SRIDEVI'S FANS,' he has started up on a few incidents to throw light on the difficulties that the actress went through.
He never hesitated from making statements that can become a controversy, not just that he also showed his anger against Boney Kapoor.
Ram Gopal Varma had even devoted chapters to his love and respect for Sridevi in his book called Guns and Thighs. In a chapter called My Sridevi, Varma has revealed his anger at Boney for making the lat actress work like an ordinary housewife instead of treating her like a queen.
According to India Today report quoted excerpts from the book, "Her beauty and sex appeal were so overpowering that it took many films and many, many years for both the audience and industry to recognize the actress in her, who was first showcased in the most effective way by Shekhar Kapur in Mr India. Even though her acting prowess was evident right from her debut film, her superstardom gave prominence only to her sex symbol image, which was so strong it blinded everybody to her tremendous talent."
Varma further wrote, "The woman who was the object of lust of the entire nation's male population, was suddenly left all alone in the world till Boney Kapoor stepped in to fill the vaccum. So, straight from her superstardom, magazine covers and her dazzling beauty on the silver screen, I saw her in Boney's house serving tea like an ordinary housewife. I hated Boney Kapoor for bringing that angel down from heaven to such an ordinary, humdrum existence. I don't go to Boney's house these days because I can't bear to see Sridevi in a real everyday setting."
Varma and Sridevi worked together in Kshana Kshanam, "I wrote Kshana Kshanam with the one and only purpose of impressing Sridevi. Kshana Kshanam was my love letter to her."