Priyanka Chopra was one of the first Bollywood fellows who pay tribute to the late actress Sri Devi on her official page of the microblogging site. “I have no words. Condolences to everyone who loved # Sridevi. A dark day. RIP,” she wrote.

She died at age 54 in Dubai reportedly post she suffered from massive cardiac arrest. As the news of her death broke, Twitter was soon flooded with condolences messages and many people regarded this news as shocking as it can be.


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Priyanka Chopra was one of the first ones to pay tribute to the actress and many celebrities and political leaders mark their tribute to the late actress.

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Remembering her, Sridevi’s co-actor in “Sadma” and actor-turned-politician, the living legend Kamal Hassan mark his tribute and grief to write on his twitter account, “Have witnessed Sridevi’s life from an adolescent teenager to the magnificent lady she became. Her stardom was well deserved. Many happy moments with her flash through my mind including the last time I met her. Sadma’s lullaby haunts me now. We’ll miss her.”

The veteran actor’s death makes the actress Sushmita Sen emotional and she writes on her official page of the micro-blogging site and said, “I just heard Ma’am Sridevi passed away due to a massive cardiac arrest. I am in shock…cant stops crying…”

Fans gathered outside the late actress residence in Mumbai in order to show their shock and disbelief, news agency ANI reported the same.

Both the Bollywood and Southern Cinema marked their grief and tribute to the sudden demise of Veteran actress.


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Among other actors who tweeted about her death were Johny Lever, Preity Zinta, Richa Chadha and Jaaved Jaaferi, Ravi Teja, Akshay Kumar and so on.

Born as Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan, Sridevi is part of all languages movies which includes, in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada and she also turned to be a famous actress of the Bollywood.

She marked her Bollywood debut as a child artist in 1975 with the movie Julie and she is often credited as the first female superstar of the Indian cinema.

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