Sridevi passes away: Priya Prakash Varrier pays tribute to actress; sings 'Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna' in video
Internet sensation Priya Prakash Varrier took to Twitter and paid a tribute to the Sridevi in which she sings 'Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna' for the late actress.
After the news of Sridevi's death surfaced, tributes started pouring in for her from fans and friends from the industry alike. Internet sensation, Priya Prakash Varrier, took to Twitter to pay a tribute to Sridevi.
History never really says goodbye. History says, 'See you later. pic.twitter.com/uGnRF0y77m
— Priya Prakash Varrier (@priyapvarrier) February 27, 2018
In the video posted by one of her twitter fanclubs, the Malayalam actress sings the 2006 hit song 'Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna' from the film of the same name, in honour of the legendary actress who passed away on the night of 24 February in Dubai. She was there to attend her nephew Mohit Marwah's wedding. A self-confessed Sridevi fan, Varrier, had earlier expressed her shock and sadness over the untimely demise of the veteran actress.
Heartbroken & shocked to hear that my all time favourite #Sridevi is no more. She will always live in our hearts forever . May god give peace to her soul & strength to the family #RIP 🙏 pic.twitter.com/xfsV5Hh6yX — Priya Prakash Varrier (@PriyaPVarier) February 25, 2018
Varrier became an internet sensation when her song 'Manikya Malaraya Poovi' from the Malayalam movie Oru Adaar Love went viral on social media and also got embroiled in legal trouble.
Sridevi will be cremated on 28 February in Juhu, Mumbai.
Follow Sridevi's funeral news updates here.
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