Actors Imran Abbas and Adnan Siddiqui have expressed their condolences and paid respect to iconic vocalist Lata Mangeshkar, who died on Saturday morning at the age of 92.
Mourning her death, the Thora Sa Haq actress tweeted a photo of the legend’s biographical calendar, which she had signed for him. He remarked of the singer’s lovely voice,
“Her voice was a blessing from God for the entire universe, and her contribution to our memories is absolutely unequalled.”
Today marks the end of an era. Lata Ji!!! You vanquished our hearts for decades and would always be ruling as a queen of melody for the years to come,
he added in the caption.
Adnan Siddiqui uploaded Mangeshkar’s photo on social media to say her dieu, expressing his heartfelt condolences.
For almost eight decades, she ruled hearts of millions and millions, cutting across borders and languages,
A voice so distinctly melodious that Lata di (sic) should be a synonym for melody. Love, longing, pathos, mischief: she mastered every genre and with what aplomb!
Music wont be as melodious anymore but Na Chhedo Kal Ke Afsaane (her song for 1967 movie Raat Aur Din) will still be. Like thousand others,
Dr Pratit Samdani stated that Latta Mangeshkar died of multi-organ failure after being hospitalised for more than 28 days following COVID-19.
Along with the fatal illness, which she got last month, the Beeti Na Bitai Raina singer battled pneumonia.
When it comes to her craft, she needs no introduction. She is regarded as one of the finest vocalists in Indian cinema. After her father, Pandit Deenanath Mangeshkar, died in 1942, she began singing to help support her family.
With the song Dil Mera Toda from the 1948 film Majboor, Lata Mangeshkar received her first significant break in Bollywood. Her first significant success, though, was Aayega Aanewaala from the film Mahal.