Mumbai, Nightingale of India Lata Mangeshkar says that she wants to continue singing forever, provided she is offered meaningful songs. “I want to continue singing for the rest of my life,” said Lata who turned 80 Monday. “I’m open to
New Delhi, Eight decades and 30,000 songs later her voice continues to inspire a nation. As Lata Mangeshkar turns 80 on Monday, Sep 28, everyone in Bollywood queued up to wish her. The Bharat Ratna awardee, who has lent her
Mumbai, Lata Mangeshkar sang “Ae malik tere bande hum”, a song that inspired prisoners in V. Shantaram’s film “Do Aankhen Barah Haath” in 1957. Now Madhur Bhandarkar has the singing legend render a new-age ‘prison anthem’ in his latest movie
Mumbai, Legendery singer Lata Mangeshkar, who underwent knee surgery at her own hospital in Pune after suffering from chronic arthritis, said she is on her “way to recovery” and looking forward to singing again. “I wouldn’t say I’m completely fit.