Watch: In Mumbai local, fan gives an emotional musical tribute to Sridevi with his Sarangi

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Sridevi's untimely death this past week, has opened our eyes to the enormous impact Bollywood celebs have in the lives of ordinary folks from all walks of life.

The much-loved star and actress, who dedicated 50 years of her life to entertaining us, passed away at the age of 54 while attending a family function in Dubai. And although, it still seems quite surreal to think she's no longer with us, her fans have showed-up and showed-out to pay homage to the late icon in different sorts of ways.

One such tribute has come from the local trains of Mumbai, where a street musician named Prakash has gone viral with his beautiful musical tribute to the 'Hawaa Hawaii' enchantress.

Prakash was spotted in the Mumbai local by comedian Varun Grover, who posted a video of him performing a 'Sarangi' tribute - in which he could be heard churning out some of the most iconic tunes performed by the actress.

In a Jam-packed Boravali-bound train, Prakash started playing his Sarangi - but it took a few moments for people around him to realize that it was actually a medley of Sridevi songs - which he was playing as a homage to the star.




Listen to him play songs like 'Tere Mere Hothon Pe' from 1989's Chandani and 'Tu Na Ja Mere Baadshah', among others:


Goes on to show that Sridevi will continue to live through the lasting impact she has had in the hearts and lives of people.

Beautiful tribute indeed.

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