Sridevi’s insurance says payable only if she dies in UAE
In a shocking revelation,t he petitioner, Sunil Singh, told the top court that there were insurance policies in her name, which would be payable only if she died in the UAE.
However, Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea seeking an independent probe into the death of Bollywood actor Sridevi in Dubai.
Even senior counsel Vikas Singh raised questions on how could a 5.7 foot tall person drown in a 5.1 foot bathtub.
Vikas sought that all documents related to the 54-year-old actress’ death — medical and investigation — carried out by the Dubai Police be brought to India.
Sunil Singh moved the apex court after the Delhi High Court had on March 9 refused to entertain his PIL to probe her death, saying authorities in India and Dubai had already looked into the incident. Sridevi, 54, died on February 24 in a Dubai hotel bathroom.
The autopsy report called it an “accidental drowning” in the bathtub.