One day, I met her on a shoot, and not surprisingly, she said she would give personal time after the shoot.’
‘After she completed her shoot, she changed, got into her auto and left.’
‘We were stunned, as she had never done that.’
‘All of a sudden we saw the auto stop at the studio doors.’
‘She didn’t sit tight for the auto to turn around. She got out and raced to us.’
‘”I am extremely sad, I completely overlooked I had instructed you to pause,” she let us know.’
I initially met Sridevi on the arrangements of Guru.
Those days I used to do the studio rounds to take pictures. I would begin toward the beginning of the day and complete at night.
I never shot while a shoot was on.
I would influence the stars to posture for us after or in the middle of shots.
We would convey our own lights and stands, convey them on bicycles.
I met Sridevi on various events. I have an enormous accumulation of her photos.
One day, a picture taker companion of mine E V R Mohan saw this accumulation and asked me for what reason I kept such a large number of pictures of Sridevi.
I revealed to him they were left finished after I offered some to a couple of magazines.
E V R Mohan was not just a picture taker, he was likewise a PRO (advertising officer). He knew numerous more magazines.
He demonstrated my photos to his contacts and my whole gathering was distributed.
He sent my photos to magazines in various dialects. I am exceptionally grateful to Mohan for that signal, which monetised my Sridevi gathering.
When I heard about her death, I was very sad.
She was a simple, humble, good human being.
In spite of her superstar status, she was always polite and soft spoken.
She was a professional, and never kept anyone waiting.
She lived the life of a star.