Bollywood’s beloved superstar, Sridevi, shocked many across the nation with her untimely demise. The veteran actress, who has worked in films across Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Hindi and Kannada, had a career spanning close to five decades. Sridevi, 54, passed away in Dubai on February 24, where she had gone to attend the wedding of her nephew Mohit Marwah. The actress had stayed back after the wedding on February 20, and was found dead in the bathtub by her husband Boney Kapoor. Since the news broke, the internet has been abuzz with fans, colleagues and family pouring their grief on social media. From Aamir Khan and Rajinikanth to Kamal Haasan, almost every movie star has taken to Twitter to express their shock and disbelief. Many have also paid tribute to Bollywood’s first female superstar. And now, Malayalam actress Priya Prakash Varrier’s fan club has posted a tribute on her behalf.
Priya Prakash Varrier, who became an overnight internet sensation after a short-clip of her upcoming film Oru Adaar Love released, has several fan clubs running under her name. One of the fan clubs posted a heartwarming tribute to Sridevi. While we have all seen Priya’s playful winks, we see her in a sober mood in the video posted the club. the video shows Priya singing ‘Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna’ song from Karan Johar’s film by the same name. Incidentally, Sridevi’s elder daughter Jhanvi is set to make her Bollywood debut with a Karan Johar film, Dhadak, opposite Ishan Khattar. Dhadak is the Hindi remake of the Marathi superhit film Sairat. The caption to the video shared by Priya’s fan club says ‘History never really says goodbye. History says, ‘See you later.’ [Also Read: Sridevi Passes Away Due to Accidental Drowning; Uncanny Similarities to Whitney Houston’s Death]
Check out the video here:
The song seems to be a great way to pay a tribute to Bollywood legend Sridevi. The mortal remains of Sridevi are still in Dubai. While initial reports said the cause of death was a cardiac arrest, the post-mortem has revealed that it was a case of accidental drowning. The mortal remains of Sridevi will be brought back to Mumbai, hopefully, by tonight, after the process of embalming. The delay, the Dubai administration has clarified, was only a procedural one, putting to rest several speculations around Sridevi’s untimely death.