New Delhi [India]: With the passing away of Queen Elizabeth II, humans internationally have expressed grief.
Many political leaders, diplomats, actors, and well-known personalities have mourned the loss of the longest-serving UK Monarch.
Many Bollywood actors like Shilpa Shetty uploaded a photo with the Queen and remembered her by way of paying condolences on social media. Many celebrities had the possibility to satisfy the Queen on various occasions at the Palace or during public gatherings. But did you realize that the Queen had once visited the units of an Indian movie? South Megastar Kamal Haasan lately spoke to a news portal and discovered that the Queen had attended the release of the ‘Marudhanaygam’ movie at MGR Film City on October 16, 1997.
He added that the Queen had spent 20 mins at the ‘Marudhanaygam’ film set during which the then Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi had also joined her.
He said, “I was pained to learn of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, who was Queen of England for seventy years. She changed into someone who had earned the love of no longer simply the English humans but people from all around the globe. Queen Elizabeth 2 came to our film Marudhanayagam set to reveal that no colonialism remains there. In truth, the ‘Marudhanayagam’ film which I shot and the dialogues were against them (British).”
He endured, “Twenty-5 years ago, she widely wide-spread our invitation to attend the inaugural function of the ‘Marudhanayagam’ film. She graced the occasion and felicitated us.”
Kamal Haasan also found out that he met the Queen again during a cultural occasion in London.
Talking approximately Queen Elizabeth II’s death, she passed away on Thursday elderly 96.
“The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and The Queen Consort will stay at Balmoral this nighttime and could go back to London the next day,” the Royal Family stated in a statement.
The Queen turned into born on 21 April 1926 at 17 Bruton Street in Mayfair, London. She became the first baby of The Duke and Duchess of York – who later became King George VI – and Queen Elizabeth.