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It’s
a
sad
day
for
the
Indian
film
industry
as
it
has
lost
one
of
its
legends!
Legendary
singer
Lata
Mangeshkar
breathed
her
last
due
to
multiple
organ
failure
on
Sunday
(February
6)
leaving
the
entire
nation
in
sorrow.
She
was
92.
The
news
of
her
passing
away
was
confirmed
by
her
sister
Usha
Mangeshkar.

On
Saturday
(February
5),
her
health
condition
had
deteriorated
following
which
she
was
put
on
ventilator.
Dr
Pratit
Samdani
who
was
treating
her,
had
revealed
that
she
was
under
observation
of
a
team
of
doctors.

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Earlier
this
year,
the
singer
had
contracted
COVID-19
following
which
she
was
admitted
to
Breach
Candy
Hospital
in
Mumbai.
She
was
also
diagnosed
with
pneumonia
and
was
shifted
to
the
Intensive
Care
Unit
(ICU).
A
few
days
ago,
her
doctors
had
informed
that
Mangeshkar
had
been
cured
of
COVID-19
and
pneumonia.
However
on
Saturday,
her
health
condition
grew
critical
again.
She
suffered
multiple
organ
failure
last
night
and
breathed
her
last
at
8.12
am
(Sunday).

A
report
in
Hindustan
Times
stated
Santhanam,
chief
executive
officer
of
of
Breach
Candy
Hospital
as
saying,
“She
came
and
got
admitted
as
a
Covid
patient.
Covid
was
treated,
but
due
to
post
Covid
complications
she
passed
away.
The
report
further
states
that
arrangements
have
been
made
to
take
her
body
to
Shivaji
Park
where
it
will
be
kept
for
public
homage.

Known
as
one
of
the
greatest
and
most
respected
playback
singers
in
India,
Lata
Mangeshkar
had
recorded
songs
in
Hindi,
Marathi,
Bengali
and
various
other
regional
languages
in
a
career
spanning
more
than
six
decades.
Daughter
of
noted
Marathi
stage
personality
Dinanath
Mangeshkar,
Lata
was
the
eldest
of
the
five
siblings.
She
was
introduced
to
music
at
an
early
age
and
had
recorded
her
first
song
at
the
age
of
13
for
Vasant
Joglekar’s
Marathi
film
Kiti
Hasaal.
Unfortunately,
her
track
failed
to
make
it
to
the
final
edit.
After
a
lot
of
struggle,
she
finally
established
herself
as
a
playback
singer
in
the
Hindi
Film
Industry
when
music
director
Ghulam
Haider
gave
Lata
Mangeshkar
her
first
major
break
with
the
song
‘Dil
Mera
Toda’ in
Majboor
(1948).
The
following
year,
she
took
the
industry
by
storm
with
her
haunting
melody
‘Aayega
Aanewaala’
from
Mahal
and
then,
there
was
no
looking
back
for
this
singing
queen.

Lata
Mangeshkar
worked
with
some
of
the
biggest
music
directors
of
Indian
cinema
which
include
names
like
Shankar
Jaikishan,
Naushad
Ali,
SD
Burman,
Salil
Chaudhary,
Madan
Mohan,
RD
Burman
amongst
others.
From
Madhubala
to
Madhuri
Dixit,
the
singing
legend
had
lent
her
voice
to
every
major
leading
lady
representing
every
generation
of
Indian
cinema.
Some
of
the
cult
classics
crooned
by
Lata
are
‘Pyaar
Kiya
Toh
Darna
Kya’
(Mughal-e-Azam),
‘Aap
Ki
Nazron
Ne
Samjha’
(Anpadh),
‘Lag
Jaa
Gale’
(Woh
Kaun
Thi?),
‘Chalte
Chalte’
(Pakeezah),
‘Aaj
Phir
Jeene
Ki’
(Guide),
‘Hoonthon
Pe
Aisi
Baat’
(Jewel
Thief)
amongst
others.
In
the
1990s,
she
sang
songs
for
Chandni,
Darr,
Hum
Aapke
Hai
Koun,
Dilwale
Dulhania
Le
Jayenge,
Dil
To
Pagal
Hai,
Dil
Se,
Veer
Zaara
and
many
others.

Known
as
the
‘Nightingale
Of
India’,
Lata
Mangeshkar
was
bestowed
with
Bharat
Ratna
and
Dadasaheb
Phalke
Award.
She
was
conferred
by
the
French
Government
with
their
highest
civilian
award,
the
Officer
of
the
Legion
of
Honour
in
2007.
The
Queen
Of
Melody
was
a
recipient
of
three
National
Awards
and
multiple
other
awards.

Lata
Mangeshkar’s
passing
away
has
left
a
huge,
irreplaceable
void
in
Indian
cinema.
May
her
soul
rest
in
peace!


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