Not Cardiac Arrest, Accidental Drowning Report States

Not Cardiac Arrest, Accidental Drowning Report States

There’s been an intriguing twist to the Sridevi death story! Previously it was reported that the veteran actor had breathed her last due to a cardiac arrest. The new reports confirm that Sridevi’s death happened due to drowning in an unconscious manner at the hotel bathtub in Dubai. Her autopsy report clearly mentions “accidental drowning” as the reason for death. Gathered from the official Twitter account of the media office of Dubai Government, it is evident that this case is now being shifted to Dubai Public Prosecution that will in turn follow the other legal processes that are applicable in such scenarios.

Not Cardiac Arrest, Accidental Drowning Report States

According to Bobby Naqvi, National Editor, Gulf News, the reason for Sridevi’s collapse is still not known. He had informed that the actor’s postmortem report suggested that a small amount of alcohol was present in her blood. Going by his report, Sridevi could have fallen into the bathtub in a drunken sate, lost all senses and drowned. This sudden demise of the beautiful Indian actor, who was just 54, had already sent the entire India in a state of shock. Bollywood film industry was completely heartbroken at Sridevi’s untimely and unfortunate death. Even the report in Khaleej Time confirmed that Sridevi died at the bathroom in Jumeirah Emirates Towers hotel, Dubai.

Sridevi and her family were present at this hotel to be a part of the celebrations for Mohit Marwah’s (her nephew) wedding. It was approximately close to 7:30pm that this gorgeous star’s husband Boney Kapoor found her dead at the bathtub. Boney Kapoor had dropped Khushi, their daughter back in Mumbai and came back to Dubai with an aim to take Sridevi by surprise. The later had plans for dinner. It was around 9pm that the police was informed about this rather merciless death of the actor. Sridevi was shifted to the hospital later on where on examination the doctors medically declared her dead, close to 11pm.

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By Peter Neil

Peter Neil was born and raised in Newmarket Ontario. He has contributed to Out magazine, Details and Blackbook and served as a commentator for NPR, MSNBC, Current TV and HuffPost Live. As a journalist for New York Daily Gazette, Peter mostly covers national news. Aside from earning a living as a freelance journalist, Peter also works as a personal trainer.

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