Lata Mangeshkar Hindi Actress
  • DOB : 28-09-1929
  • Date of death: 06-02-2022
  • Star Sign : Libra
Lata Mangeshkar, the veteran playback singer, had formal training in music from her father. Her father ran a theater company in Mumbai, where she began to learn music with her father's grudging approval, and with whom she also sang a song. As her father was a conservative man, film music was not appreciated at her home. After the theater company was auctioned, her father died, and she assumed the financial responsibility by becoming an actress, first in Marathi and later in Hindi cinema, but in acting, she did not click. Later she surprised everyone with one of her solo number (Aayega Aanewaala) from the movie Mahal released in 1949. The song was screened on Madhubala. Finally, Lata became a singing star overnight. 
Later on, Lata Mangeshkar had lent her beautiful voice to actresses for generations -- from Nargis and Mala Sinha to Hema Malini and Madhuri Dixit. And the ladies on the screen too did ample justice to her songs. As a popular singer, she also had met many difficulties with other composers, singers and even film makers. Her rifts with Mohammad Rafi, "over loyalties" and Raj Kapoor, when he changed the composers for " Satyam Shivam Sundaram 'Satyam Shivam Sundaram' was a Telugu lang >> Read More... Satyam Shivam Sundaram " is well known. Above all, she never lent her voice for O P Nayyar.
When she used to record Bengali songs, she learned the exact pronunciation from Salil Chowdhury. Earlier, when Dilip Kumar criticized Lata for her pronunciation in Urdu, she made it a point to learn Urdu with flawless diction. Fortunately, her training in classical music and her disciplined voice started to fetch her playback assignments; she became the nightingale of India. 
She is famous for lilting melodies like "'Aaja Re Pardesi" ( Madhumati), "Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya" ( Mughal-e-Azam)," Chalte Chalte Click to look into! >> Read More... Chalte Chalte " ( Pakeezha), " Lag Ja Gale Story soon >> Read More... Lag Ja Gale " ( Woh Kaun Thi), "Aaj Phir Jine Ki Tamanna Hai" (Guide), and "Satyam Shivam Sundaram." She has sung all kinds of songs in her long career, including romantic numbers (Tu Jahan Jahan Chalega), cabaret numbers (Aa Jane Jaa), and even naughty ones( Bahon Mein Chale Aao).
Lata Mangeshkar was born on the 29th of September 1928 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India. Her first guru was her father. With more than 26,000 songs that she had sung in all Indian languages, her name exists in the Guinness World Records.

Lata Mangeshkar impressed the South Indian fans with her songs in the super hit Maine Pyaar Kiya and Hum Aapke Hain Koun. These movies made a strong impression on Bollywood among South Indian fans. Her songs with " S P Balasubrahmanyam S P Balasubrahmanyam is still considered to be one >> Read More... S P Balasubrahmanyam " echoed everywhere in the South. Although she made her South debut in 1956 with the Tamil song, Enthan Kannalan, her songs in the 80s composed by "" gained massive attention. The legendary singer was affected with coronavirus in January 2022 and had been getting treatment for the same at a private hospital in Mumbai. Even after getting treatment in all the possible ways, her body couldn't recuperate. On 6th February 2022, Lata Ji left for the eternal world after 28 days of treatment. Fondly called Lata Di, she still surprises everyone with a career span of more than 6 decades. Started her career in the mid-40s, Lata Di had sung thousands and thousands of songs in almost all the Indian languages and foreign languages! She left a void in the Indian film industry, and there is nothing to deny it!