Soulja Slim is one of the most talented women in Indian cinema, but when she was 19, her body was no longer hers to take.
That was the year she fell ill with a rare condition called lupus that left her with an inability to control her breathing.
Her illness, in which her body began to produce less oxygen and the muscles around her heart began to contract, made it difficult for her to breathe, and she soon became bedridden.
She was taken to a hospital and died in August 2012, aged just 27.
Soulja Slim, who had her own label, Soulja, and is the author of the upcoming book Soulja.
She died in 2012.
As a result of her illness, Souljas body was cremated and her ashes were scattered over the town of Amritsar, where she lived with her husband and family for a decade.
She had her ashes taken by her husband who, as a result, did not take her ashes to the crematorium.
Instead, he buried her in the same graveyard where he buried his wife, according to a news report.
Her ashes were later interred in a cemetery in the city of Amman, near the capital, Amman.
Her remains were moved to a cemetery outside Amman in the southern city of Kufa.
The cemetery was renamed after her.
She will be buried in the Amman Municipal Cemetery, located next to the graves of other famous Indian artists, including Shobha Krishna Ghose, and Gyanvika Raghavendra Das.
Read moreHer ashes are being held by the Ammand family, which also holds the bodies of other women who had died as a consequence of lupine illness, said the cemetery’s head, Akshaya Yadav.
The family has been contacted by local news channels to say that they will send the ashes to Soulja’s family in India, and also send the bodies to the cemetery.