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This Is How A Kerala Man In Dubai Helped In Bringing Sridevi's Body Back To India

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    It took nearly 72 hours get legendary actress Sridevi’s body repatriated to Mumbai from Dubai. Thousands have gathered to pay their respects at Celebration Sports Club where her body has been kept before the final rights.

    But not many know the Indian man from Kerala who helped bring her home. 44-year-old Ashraf "Sherry" Thamarassery signed the official paperwork that finally brought the famed actress to Mumbai. So far, Thamarassery has repatriated 4,700 bodies to 38 countries, reported the news agency.

    Along with Sridevi’s, he brought five more bodies on Tuesday. He told a leading news agency that everyone is equal in death. “Whether you're poor or rich, it doesn't matter," he said.

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    It took nearly 72 hours get legendary actress Sridevi’s body repatriated to Mumbai from Dubai. Thousands have gathered to pay their respects at Celebration Sports Club where her body has been kept before the final rights.

    But not many know the Indian man from Kerala who helped bring her home. 44-year-old Ashraf "Sherry" Thamarassery signed the official paperwork that finally brought the famed actress to Mumbai. So far, Thamarassery has repatriated 4,700 bodies to 38 countries, reported the news agency.

    Along with Sridevi’s, he brought five more bodies on Tuesday. He told a leading news agency that everyone is equal in death. “Whether you're poor or rich, it doesn't matter," he said.

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    Ashraf 'Sherry' Thamarassery

    It took nearly 72 hours get legendary actress Sridevi’s body repatriated to Mumbai from Dubai. Thousands have gathered to pay their respects at Celebration Sports Club where her body has been kept before the final rights.

    But not many know the Indian man from Kerala who helped bring her home. 44-year-old Ashraf "Sherry" Thamarassery signed the official paperwork that finally brought the famed actress to Mumbai. So far, Thamarassery has repatriated 4,700 bodies to 38 countries, reported the news agency.

    Along with Sridevi’s, he brought five more bodies on Tuesday. He told a leading news agency that everyone is equal in death. “Whether you're poor or rich, it doesn't matter," he said.

  • +3 See more slides

    It took nearly 72 hours get legendary actress Sridevi’s body repatriated to Mumbai from Dubai. Thousands have gathered to pay their respects at Celebration Sports Club where her body has been kept before the final rights.

    But not many know the Indian man from Kerala who helped bring her home. 44-year-old Ashraf "Sherry" Thamarassery signed the official paperwork that finally brought the famed actress to Mumbai. So far, Thamarassery has repatriated 4,700 bodies to 38 countries, reported the news agency.

    Along with Sridevi’s, he brought five more bodies on Tuesday. He told a leading news agency that everyone is equal in death. “Whether you're poor or rich, it doesn't matter," he said.

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