All you need to know about Lata Mangeshkar …
THE DEPARTURE of legendary entertainer, Lata Mangheskar at the age of 92 has caused the whole of India to mourn.
This is because, the late dedicated his entire life to art and proclaimed his country of birth through his golden voice.
Following his passing today, the mass media and lovers of the deceased shared various stories about Lata Mangheskar.
Astro AWANI also includes the story behind the fame of the performer named Lata Mangheskar for your reading …
1) Singing under duress
After the death of his father due to heart disease in 1942, Lata, who was 13 years old at the time, became the mainstay of the family to earn a living and started singing and acting to support his life.
2) First time singing
Dia menyanyikan lagu pertamanya, Naachu Yaa Gade, Khelu Saari Mani Haus Bhaari, to file in Marathi Vasant Joglekar Kiti Hasaal (1942).
Unfortunately, the song was dropped from the final cut of the film. However, he was offered a small role in the Marathi film Navyug Chitrapat Pahili Mangalaagaur (1942) in which he sang the song Natali Chaitraachi Navalaai.
3) Singing teacher
Many do not know the fact that Lata started learning Indian classical music from Ustad Amanat Ali Khan but later started training under Amanat Khan Devaswale after his former teacher migrated to Pakistan
4) Key success
Lata’s voice first became known through the song Dil Mera Toda in the film Majboor (1948) but the work that really made him famous was Aayega Aanewaala in the film Mahal (1949).
5) Start being flattered
In the 1950s, Lata’s name began to mince on the lips of fans as a well -known singer in the Hindi film industry.
During this phase, he collaborated with successful composers such as SD Burman, Naushad Ali, Salil Chowdhury and Madan Mohan and sang for films such as Baiju Bawra (1952), Shree 420 (1955) and Devdas (1955).
6) First Film Award
She won the Filmfare award as best female film background singer for the song Aaja Re Pardesi for the film Madhumati (1958)
7) Conflict with Burman Elementary School
In the 1950s, Lata had a rift with SD Burman and the two no longer teamed up for any projects until 1962.
8) Air mata Nehru
On the country’s Republic Day 1963, two months after the Indo-Chinese war ended, Lata shed tears for then-Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru as he sang Aye Mere Watan to the Logon, in honor of the fallen soldier.
9- Famous hits
His presence in the world of singing gained a prominent place after he sang for RD Burman in Bhoot Bangla (1965) and Pati Patni (1966). He also recorded some popular songs like Aaj Phir Jeene Ki Tamanna Hai, Gata Rahe Mera Dil for the film Guide, and Hothon Pe Aisi Baat for SD Burman for Jewel Thief.
During this period, Lata recorded a duet with Manna Dey, Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar and won his second Filmfare award for Kahin Deep Jale Kahin Dil for the film Bees Saal Baad (1962).
10) Lata and Pakeezah
In the 1970s, Lata sang Chalte Chalte and Inhi Logon Ne for Meena Kumari’s last film, Pakeezah.
Both of these songs are considered among the most popular Indian classical music
11) First national award
The late Lata recorded many famous songs for RD Burman, but the highlight of the period was the song Beeti Na Bitai Raina in Parichay for Jaya Bachchan and Sanjeev Kumar.
Lata won the National Film Award for Best Female Singer for this song in 1973.
12) Production and business are the same
In 1990, Lata launched her own production house and produced the film Gulzar Lekin (1990).
For the film, she sang her third National Film Award, Yaara Seeli Seeli composed by her younger brother Hridaynath.
The late has also sung with almost every famous singer in Bollywood like Sonu Nigam, SP Balasubrahmanyam, Udit Narayan, Hariharan, Kumar Sanu, Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Roop Kumar Rathod and Gurdas Maan.
13) The star shines brighter
In the millennium era, Lata went through one of the best phases of his career with some of his biggest hits.
Among them are songs in Pukar (2000), Mohabbatein (2000), Zubeidaa (2001), Lagaan (2001) and Rang De Basanti (2006).
14) Recognition and awards
Lata has received numerous awards and honors, including Padma Bhushan (1969), Padma Vibhushan (1999), Saheb Phalke Chest Award (1989), NTR National Award (1999), Bharat Ratna (2001), which is India’s highest public award, and Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award (1993)
15) Guinness Book of Records
In 1974, the Guinness Book of Records listed Lata Mangeshkar as the most recorded artist in history.
This was disputed by Mohammed Rafi, who claimed he had sung more songs than her.
However, in 2011, Lata’s sister Asha Bhosle was officially recognized as the most recorded artist in music history by the Guinness Book.
Leading personalities including the country’s leader Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered congratulations and recognized Lata with the title of Nightingale of India.