SEE PHOTOS | Here are unforgettable Sridevi's last Instagram moments

Published: 25th February 2018 08:05 PM  |   Last Updated: 26th February 2018 01:18 PM  

Icon, diva, superstar Sridevi breathed her last on February 25, Sunday, 2018 in Dubai. These are some of the last pictures the actor posted on Instagram. (Photo | Instagram/Sridevi Kapoor)
Wife of producer Boney Kapoor, she died late on the night of 24th February, reportedly due to cardiac arrest in Dubai. She had gone there along with her family to attend her nephew Mohit Marwah's wedding. This photo was posted three days before her death. (Photo | Instagram/Sridevi Kapoor)
While some of her family members returned from Dubai after the wedding, Sridevi, Boney and her younger daughter Khushi stayed back. Her elder daughter -- Janhvi -- had not travelled with the family because of the shooting schedule for her upcoming Bollywood film, her first in the industry. This photo shows Khushi Kapoor, newly-wed couple Antara and Mohit Marwah, Boney Kapoor and Sridevi. (Photo | Instagram/Sridevi Kapoor)
Sridevi danced, made funny faces, cried and blossomed like she owned the silver screen, like no one ever did before her. (Photo | Instagram/Sridevi Kapoor)
A great extent of Sridevi's life was spent onscreen - the 54-year-old made her debut at the age of four. This photo was posted on January 17.(Photo | Instagram/Sridevi Kapoor)
As filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma and one of her biggest fans put it, 'She was like a creation of God which he does whenever he is in a very special mood as a very, very special gift to mankind.' The photo is dated December 27, 2017. (Photo | Instagram/Sridevi Kapoor)
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