An empress, the queen bee of Bollywood and an enduring diva, that’s Sridevi for you. Her sizzling aura in Kaate Nahin Kat Te still makes us jaw-dropped while people love watching her in Sadma over and over again. We have witnessed different shades of Sridevi on celluloid. And viewers got to see yet another superlative performance by her in Mom. The 300th movie of the actress has left no stone unturned to pave a way into the good books of people. Her vindictive journey in the film will not only hold your attention but will also keep you hooked to it until the curtains fall.
Mom has been majorly shot in Delhi due to which you can relate to the subject of the movie quite well. It becomes unacceptable for a mother when her daughter gets raped. But Devki Sabarwal (Sridevi) is unbeatable and thrashes down everything which comes in her way to give her daughter the justice which she deserves. The law seemed to be quite confusing to Devki due to which she preferred going by her’s to defeat the people who got an animal instinct after seeing her daughter.
Therefore, Mom is one of those movies, which will urge you to stop all the wrongdoings which are happening around you. The thriller film will also make you fight for your rights.
It has been fifty years for the actress in the industry and she does not seem to be slowing down. She has always preferred starring in films of different genres and we can certainly say that Sridevi in ChaalBaaz is quite different from Sridevi in Mr. India.
Sridevi’s contribution to the Bollywood industry has been immense. Many of her films are ageless and apart from depicting serious characters, she has also nailed the comical roles. Poised yet scintillating, ravishing yet subtle, Sridevi is that great artist who has turned out to be absolutely virtuosic.