Yesterday, a report was published in which Jail DGP Rishiraj Singh said that Sridevi’s death was not accidental, in fact, there was circumstantial evidence which proves it was a murder. Now, Boney Kapoor has reacted on the same.
The report was published in Times of India and Boney has quoted himself to in.com saying, “I don’t want to react to such stupid stories. There is no need to react because such stupid stories keep coming. Basically, this is somebody’s fragment of imagination.”
Singh’s note read: “My friend told me that the death might have been a murder. When I asked him out of curiosity over the death, Dr Umadathan pointed out several circumstantial evidence to prove that the actress’ death was not accidental. According to Dr Umadathan, ‘Even if she drank too much, she would not drown in one-foot deep water in a bathtub’. Without pushing by somebody, a person’s legs or head could not drown in one-foot water in the bathtub.”
On the other hand, Boney is busy with Mr India’s sequel. He recently said, “The ‘Mr. India‘ reboot would be coming. There is no timeline as such, but in my lifetime I will make sure the reboot is done and the franchise remains alive for generations to come,” Boney told IANS over the phone.
The reboot would be given a contemporary touch. “There are a couple of ideas that are there in our minds. It’s in the development stage as of now,” Boney said, adding that he has not yet set a timeline for the project.
“Once let the script be in place, otherwise what is the use of a timeline? We saw that ‘Sholay’ was remade, it was done in 3D, and we got lessons to learn. I don’t want to fall flat on my face. I don’t want my crew to feel that they couldn’t achieve what the earlier batch had made. To remake an old film is easier, but to reboot the iconic ‘Mr. India is far more difficult’.