Know what experts have to say on Sridevi's sudden demise due to accidental drowning

26 Feb 2018 06:33 PM

Know what experts have to say on Sridevi's sudden demise due to accidental drowning

Updated 26 Feb 2018 06:33 PM

Know what experts have to say on Sridevi's sudden demise due to accidental drowning.
She reportedly had a fainting spell in her bathroom and was immediately rushed to Rashid Hospital in Dubai. The hotel, however, refused to comment on the matter.

Sources in the Indian Consulate had said that she was brought dead to the hospital.The Dubai police on Monday released the forensic report of veteran actor Sridevi, who died in a hotel here on February 24.

According to the local media, the forensic report, which has been given to her family and the representative of Indian Consulate, is expected to reveal the exact cause of her death.

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