Today, February 24, marks one year since Sridevi passed away. As fans take to social media to commemorate the legendary actress, her family members and former colleagues remembered the late actress as “epitome of grace.”

The Bollywood star tragically passed away at the age of 54 due to accidental drowning in the bathtub of her hotel room in Dubai.

Recollecting her fond memories of Sridevi, Sonam Kapoor told ZoomTv, “I think my favourite film of hers is Mr. India. And my childhood memory of hers is her living with me in my house for many many years. And her letting me watch Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke on her television in her bedroom. I’ll never forget that.”

Jacqueline Fernandez remembered the late actress as the “eternal style icon”. “I think she will be the eternal style icon because of the saree she wore in Mr India for I Love You in that song, it’s eternal, and it’s iconic.”

Raveena Tandon, who worked with Sridevi in Laadla, said the late superstar was “very dear to me.”

Actor Taapsee Pannu said, “Right from ‘Mr. India’ to ‘Chaalbaaz’, I will always remember just one name that’s irreplaceable and I don’t think anyone can fill that space up ever.”

Other famous faces too paid tributes to the late actress on social media by posting pictures with her.

Sharing a group picture with Sridevi from a tour, director-choreographer Farah Khan wrote, “When I was just starting out in my career She was so supportive, so encouraging.. getting to Choreograph a Sridevi show or a song for her was like a dream.. no wonder I never got awed or starstruck with any other star in my entire career because I started frm the TOP! There never was n never will be anyone like SRIDEVI.. love her always.”

Sridevi’s sister-in-law Maheep Kapoor, (Boney Kapoor’s brother Sanjay Kapoor’s wife) shared a few lovely pictures. The two can be seen dancing in one of the pictures and are wearing in traditional ensembles in another. She captioned them, “Will always remember the good times.”

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Earlier, Sridevi’s daughter Janhvi Kapoor had shared a picture of a pair of hands, probably of her and her mother and had captioned it, “My heart will always be heavy. But I’ll always be smiling because it has you in it.”

Boney Kapoor’s niece Sonam Kapoor simply shared two pictures of the actor on her Instagram stories.

Shabana Azmi wrote, “A year already .. #Sridevi . You will live on through your work ..”

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also expressed her feelings on the untimely demise of the actor. She tweeted, “Fondly remembering Sridevi, legendary actress, on her death anniversary. She is gone too soon.”

Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur took to his Twitter handle to express grief over her death. “Still can’t get over that this bundle of life, of energy, of love, left us when she has so much much more to give,” he tweeted.

Anupam Kher simply wrote, “I miss #Sridevi. She was one of the finest actresses i worked with anywhere in the world.”