Micro review: ‘Sridevi: The Eternal Screen Goddess’ by Satyarth Nayak

This biography tells the story of Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapanm, better known as Sridevi, the much-loved Bollywood actress and producer who has an iconic status in the Indian film industry.

Sridevi’s career is legendary. She started working as a child actor at the tender age of four. She acted in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada film industries throughout her life. In a sexist industry that rarely gave women the roles or the respect they deserved, she emerged a star. This book tells of her story, from childhood, through all the high points of her career to her retirement and then her comeback in 2012.

Satyarth Nayak worked as a journalist and is now an author and screenwriter. His experience as a journalist and as a Bollywood insider gave him the perfect insights to dwell on a subject so delicate. He consulted her family, friends and those she worked with during his extensive research. The actress is known to be reserved, especially about her personal life and this book contains details even longtime fans of Sridevi would not know, in an engrossing narrative. The foreword of the book is written by Kajol, who used it to pay tribute to her. It’s a treat for any Bollywood fan.

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