It is one year since Sridevi's demise hit us like a rude shock. The actor, after years, made her comeback to the big screen with Gauri Shinde's English Vinglish and delivered a winning performance in MOM, also starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Little did we know, that would be the last time that she would light up the screen! As her family, friends, colleagues and fans fondly remember her, Nawazuddin also recalled great memories from the sets of MOM.
"I loved her sense of humour. She had a certain mischievousness in her which I really admired. Even during the promotions of MOM, she had made everything so much fun and light with her energy. Her dedication towards work is another thing that you cannot not notice on the set. Like for instance, if she is shooting for a scene, she wouldn't sit on the chair until she gets that scene right..even if it took five hours or six hours, she would just refuse to sit," he said, during a conversation with Times Now.
The actor also added how Sridevi was never short of appreciations when it came to praising her co-star's work. She would shower praise in plentiful. "She would keep appreciating me so much but I would feel too shy or rather say uncomfortable. After all, she is such a big actress, such a talented actress...when someone of her stature compliments you, it just doesn't sink in," he added.
We can only think what a lucky man Nawaz is, to have made memories with the legendary beauty!