In a move that is bound to make many Bollywood and south Indian films lovers happy, noted actresses Jaya Prada and Sridevi have finally let go of their infamous rivalry and seemed to have turned over a new (gorgeous) leaf.
According to media reports, Sridevi flew down to Hyderabad from Mumbai to attend Jaya Prada's son Siddarth and his bride Pravallika's wedding reception held on 30 November.
The actresses, who were at the peak of their careers in both Bollywood as well as south Indian cinema throughout the 1980s, were infamous for their reported rivalry, despite having acted in a slew of films together, such as, Tohfa (1984), Naya Kadam (1984), and Akhree Raasta (1986) among others.
Sridevi showed up for the wedding reception in a sparking silver Manish Malhotra sari, accompanied by her husband Boney Kapoor.
An article in SKJ Bollywood News quotes a family friend: “Jaya Pradaji flew down specially from Hyderabad to Mumbai and drove to Boney and Sri’s residence to invite them..."
"At the event, Sridevi looked stunning... She was not quiet and reserved but for once, she moved around in the crowd catching up with old friends in Hyderabad," the source said.
The report also added that politician Amar Singh had facilitated the make-up of the two actresses.
Among other celebrities, actors Chiranjeevi and Mohan Babu were also present at the event.
Recently, Sridevi has been in the news after filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma who has dedicated an entire chapter, describing it as a 'love letter' in his autobiography Guns and Thighs.
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