Yet to meet a naughtier young girl: SRK on Zohra Sehgal
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who shared screen space with Bollywood's late centurian Zohra Sehgal in multiple movies, says he's yet to meet a 'naughtier young girl'.
Los Angeles: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who shared screen space with Bollywood's late centurian Zohra Sehgal in multiple movies, says he's yet to meet a "naughtier young girl".
"A journey of million miles overloaded with smiles. Even at a 100 plus I have yet to meet a naughtier young girl…..will miss you Zohra," SRK, who worked with the vivacious grand old lady in Dil Se..., Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Kal Ho Naa Ho and Veer-Zaara, tweeted Friday.
Zohra breathed her last in New Delhi on Thursday following a cardiac arrest. She was 102.
The theatre and cinema performer was cremated Friday in the presence of her near and dear ones.
The news of her death left many in the film fraternity emotional and reminiscent of her infectious smile, her charm, wit and living-life-to-the-fullest attitude.
Actress Dolly Ahluwalia tweeted: "RIP Zohra Seghal ji! Will miss you & you will always be with us with your everlasting SMILE & HUMOUR".
Anupam Kher posted: "Landed in Mumbai & heard the sad news of Zohra Sehgal's passing away. An exceptional actress. Loved her attitude towards life. RIP. #Legend"
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