The Mortal Remains Of Legendary Bollywood Actress Sridevi, Who Suddenly Passed Away On Saturday, At Age 54 In Dubai, Will Now Be Flown Back Home To Mumbai On Monday.

The mortal remains of legendary Bollywood actress Sridevi, who suddenly passed away on Saturday, at age 54 in Dubai, will now be flown back home to Mumbai on Monday. The English Vinglish star and her family were in Dubai to attend the wedding of her nephew and actor Mohit Marwah which took place in Ras Al Khaimah.

Sridevi reportedly collapsed in a bathroom at Jumeriah Emirates Towers after suffering a heart attack. She was rushed to the hospital but was declared dead on arrival. Following this, a team of officials from the Dubai Police conducted postmortem and forensic investigations.

Officials were unable to complete the necessary procedures to repatriate her body before office hours in the local departments. Authorities in Dubai, who were aiding Sridevi’s family members in order to transport her mortal remains by Sunday then conceded that the repatriation process can be completed by Monday.

This was confirmed at a press conference held at Anil Kapoor’s residence in Mumbai, where members of the media were notified about this matter. According to local news sources, Indian Ambassador to the UAE Navdeep Singh Suri and Consul General of India in Dubai Vipul and Indian Consulate representatives have been coordinating with the Dubai Police and other concerned authorities to expedite the matter at the earliest.

In a moving gesture, Indian industrial magnate Anil Ambani has sent an aircraft to Dubai to bring back Bollywood actress Sridevi Kapoor’s body to India. The 13-seater private jet, (Embraer-135BJ) belonging to Reliance Transport & Travel Ltd, left Mumbai for Dubai around 1.30 pm on Sunday.

Sridevi’s sudden demise has sent a outpouring of shock and grief throughout the entertainment industry with fellow actors and fans offering their condolences on social media. Actors Priyanka Chopra, Aamir Khan, Madhuri Dixit, Chiranjeevi, Kamal Haasan, Rajinikanth, filmmakers Karan Johar, Ram Gopal Varma and many others have paid tribute to the actress.