With debutant director Ravi Udyawar's Mom, Sridevi, one of Indian cinema's most iconic leading ladies, shows us why she ruled the marquee for such a long period of time.
The Padma Shri awardee, who has a remarkable filmography and has won several accolades for her nuanced performances from both, the audience and critics, marked her 300th with this film.
The gripping emotional thriller, with a narrative that has you at the edge of your seats, once again starts the social conversation, posing important questions that continue to plague the nation.
Since this film is a landmark in Sridevi's career, the celebrated superstar wanted to be part of a special film that makes a difference.
The 53-year-old actress says, "The reason I agreed to do Mom was because it's a script that truly touched me. It appealed to the mother in me. It also appealed to me as a citizen of this country. It's a universal story, something that people will relate to. More importantly, it is relevant to our times".