Jan Man: Sridevi's body not being embalmed today, it likely to be done tomorrow

26 Feb 2018 10:24 PM

Jan Man: Sridevi's body not being embalmed today, it likely to be done tomorrow

Updated 26 Feb 2018 10:24 PM

There could be a further delay in the return of Sridevi's mortal remains with the Dubai police informing the Indian Embassy that another "clearance" was awaited before it could release the body of the actor, who according to the government there, died of accidental drowning in her hotel bath tub after losing consciousness.
er death, which was first reported at around 3 AM on Sunday in India, sent shock waves across the country with those who knew her at a loss to explain how she could have suffered cardiac arrest at such a young age.
The latest report of accidental drowning only deepens the mystery surrounding her death.
Earlier, Sridevi's family in a statement had said that her mortal remains will be flown back to India from Dubai today.

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