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Lata Mangeshkar’s birthday; KS Chitra dedicates song to her, check the video!!!!


Amazing singer Lata Mangeshkar turned 92 yesterday. She icelebrated her birthday with her family, by facilitating a private supper on the unique event. Furthermore, individuals from everywhere the world and varying backgrounds are pouring wishes for her. Veteran playback singer KS Chithra has sent an inspiring birthday message for the notable vocalist.

Singer Lata Mangeshkar

KS Chithra shared an uncommon video, wherein she devoted the tune ‘Lag Jaa Gale’, which was initially sung by Lata Mangeshkar! KS Chithra’s excellent version of ‘Lag Jaa Gale’, will leave you shocked. She has likewise sent a video message in Hindi wishing Lata Mangeshkar a beautiful birthday and petitioned God for her great wellbeing and flourishing.

“Here’s Wishing Legendary Singer @lata_mangeshkar Ji A Very Happy Birthday. 🎂🎉#KSChithra #LataMangeshkar #Birthday,” KS Chithra penned, sharing the video.

Look at the video here.

The unenlightened ‘Lag Jaa Gale’ is one of the iconic tune from the 1964 Bollywood film ‘Woh Kaun Thi?’ Composed in the Pahari raga, ‘Lag Jaa Gale’ is viewed as perhaps the best melody from Lata Mangeshkar.

In the meantime, Lata Mangeshkar uncovered that the birthday festivities will be a calm issue. “The Covid19 limitations are being noticed rigorously by my family. Just direct relations will go to the supper. It’s God’s effortlessness and my folks’ endowments that I have turned 92. I ask the Almighty favors our nation too during these awful Covid19 times,” she added.

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Mangeshkar said her birthday parties were “strictly private” even during her heydays as a crooner. “Actually, I am not a party animal. There would be no recording for me on my birthday. I would spend quality time with Maiee (mother) and my siblings. Maiee would cook delicious lunch and we would all spend the entire afternoon eating, chatting, and laughing,” added Latadidi.

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