Downplaying the alleged discord between the two families of film producer Boney Kapoor, the Kapoor family will stand united at Sridevi's funeral, which is scheduled to take place in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Sources close to the Kapoor family wished to dispel the rumours that there is conflict between the two families of Boney Kapoor.
Boney Kapoor's three daughters, Anshula from the first marriage and Khushi and Jhanvi from second marriage to Sridevi, are present together at Boney's brother Anil Kapoor's house.
Boney was already married to Mona Kapoor and had two children Arjun and Anshula when he met Sridevi.
The producer married Sridevi in 1996, nine years after Sridevi starred in the Kapoor-produced sci-fi classic Mr India.
The mortal remains of Sridevi were brought to Mumbai from Dubai on Tuesday late evening.
The cremation ceremony of the actress will take place at Vile Parle's Seva Samaj Crematorium and Hindu Cemetery from 3:30 pm onwards on Wednesday.
Sridevi passed away on late Saturday night in Dubai, where she was attending a family wedding.
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