Sridevi's untimely and unfortunate demise in February earlier this year had left everyone in a state of utter shock. But she still lives in the hearts of everyone with the contributions she made in the B-town through immense talent. She was one such actresses of the Bollywood who had changed the image and the personalities of the B-town heroines during her days. She had the power and the ability to compete with heroes during her days and now we know why she was called the first female superstar of the industry. So on her 55th birthday, we bring to you her top 5 superhit films of all times. Sadma [caption id="attachment_45390" align="alignnone" width="401"] Source[/caption] Before entering the tinseltown, Sridevi had already made a name for herself in tamil cinema. She was considered the most sought after heroines during those times. Sadma was one of the best films in which she was seen opposite Kamal Haasan. Her character played the role of a grown up woman with the mind if a young child, and it was heart-breaking and touching to see her role in that film. Himmatwala [caption id="attachment_45391" align="alignnone" width="400"] Source[/caption] Himmatwala was released in 1983 and with it Bollywood got one of the hit couples of all times- Sridevi and Jitendra. After Himmatwala, the duo were seen in a total of 16 films out of which 11 were a superhit at the boxoffice. Later, blockbuster films like Ghar Sansaar, Tohfa, and Mawwali were made and these films were also able to make the pair as the most loved pair of the decade. Nagina [caption id="attachment_45392" align="alignnone" width="400"] Source[/caption] Nagina came out in 1986 and it Sridevi's big eyes still scare the people who watch the film even today. People loved her role of 'icchadhari nagin' which also starres Rishi Kapoor in the film. The movie had a song titled 'Main Teri Dushman' which is a blockbuster song of all times and Sridevi gave the best dance numbers of her movie life in this song. Mr. India [caption id="attachment_45393" align="alignnone" width="399"] Source[/caption] No one who has seen Mr India can ever forget what magic created onscreen. She plays the role of a cheerful and lively reporter who is often seen fighting with her landlord. The song Hawa Hawaai was and will always remain one tune that the people will always hum. Lamhe [caption id="attachment_45395" align="alignnone" width="400"] Source[/caption] This is Yash Chopra's one of its kind lie stories. It still remains the classic love story which deals with a big age difference, a film said to be ahead of its time during the 1990s. The film got numerous awards including five Filmfare Awards that year: Best Film (Yash Chopra), Best Actress (Sridevi), Best Comedian (Anupam Kher), Best Story (Honey Irani) and Best Dialogue (Dr. Rahi Masoom Reza).