Bollywood icon Sridevi‘s sudden demise left not only the industry but the entire world in shock. Ever since news of her death broke out, the entire industry has taken to their social media handles to express their sadness towards her sudden death. Lots of celebrities have also expressed their condolences and have paid tribute to the late actress. Of those, Jacqueline Fernandez‘s tribute was probably one of the most heartwarming ones. The actress took to her Instagram handle and put up a video of her playing the song ‘Hallelujah’ on the keyboard as her tribute to the veteran actress. The actress clearly looked grief-stricken as she beautifully played out the tune of the song. She wrote, “Today has been a daze for me.. so many things to digest.. she went too soon.. I was always an admiring fan to her, she was always so gracious and kind to me.. her passing has taught me something… life is so short and so fragile, every moment counts, this is not a rehearsal.. there will never be anyone like her.. RIP #sridevi.” Also Read - Indian Idol 12: Hema Malini Recalls Dating Dharmendra, Says 'My Father Won't Let Me Meet Him Alone'

Watch the heartwarming tribute:

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Many celebrities have joined fans and taken to social media to share their heartfelt condolences with the family, apart from also sharing their fondest memories of the Bollywood legend. Take a look:

Priyanka Chopra

Still can’t believe it. #sridevi 💔

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Manish Malhotra

Dabboo Ratnani

Katrina Kaif

Anupam Kher

After staying away from the spotlight for quite a while, Sridevi made a huge comeback in English Vinglish. Not only did she regain her place as an actor par excellence, but also as a fashion icon. Born as Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan, Sridevi had worked in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada films before debuting in Hindi films. The government of India awarded her Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honour, in 2013.