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Despite his passing on May 2nd 2000, the legacy of Sunilal Popo Bahora, better known as Sundar Popo, continues to live on in the hearts and minds of all in Trinidad and Tobago and the rest of the world.

Born In 1943, Sundar popularised Chutney music, beginning with his 1970 hit "Nana and Nani." This coming weekend, his legacy will be portrayed in a musical performance by Iere Productions.

Reporter Rishi Harrynanan visited the team's rehearsal over the weekend and tells us what we can expect.

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