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Birthday Special: Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya, Jiya Jale – 10 best songs of India’s nightingale Lata Mangeshkar!
Here are a few gems from the long and illustrious singing career of India’s most celebrated playback singer
Born on September 28, 1929, Lata Mangeshkar celebrates her 86th birthday today. In spite of all the ups and downs, she will always be considered as a musical giant in an industry where careers are short lived and those of musicians, even more so. Click here to read more
What is Javed Akhtar’s special song for the CRPF all about?
The renowned lyricist has a special tribute to the paramilitary forces which would be unveiled at an event on February 28
Javed Akhtar has penned a special five minute song called Hum hai desh ke rakshak for the country’s largest paramilitary force – Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF). This year they would be celebrating their 75th year of existence and patriotic and valor-filled song would be tribute to them. If we recall last year Akhtar wrote a song for another central paramilitary force—Central Industrial Security Force (CISF). Click here to read more
When Lata Mangeshkar moved Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru to tears
Modi and Mangeshkar relive the good old days
Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar said she had not imagined that her song Ae mere watan ke logon will acquire an iconic status and become hugely popular in the country and also abroad. Click here to read more
Narendra Modi to felicitate Lata Mangeshkar!
The legendary singer will be felicitated by Gujarat’s CM for her song Ae mere watan ke logon
A little birdie tells us that Lata Mangeshkar is going to be felicitated by Narendra Modi on January 27. What for, you ask? Well, you certainly remember her song Ae mere watan ke logon. Click here to read more
Republic Day special tribute: Patriotic song Ae mere watan ke logon completes 50 years!
Kavi Pradeep’s patriotic number immortalised by Lata Mangeshkar has completed 50 years. Read the story behind the poet and his inspiration to write it
It is a song that is sung on every patriotic occasion, had moved India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, to tears and its strong morale-boosting words provided solace to a nation agonised by the defeat in the 1962 Indo-China war. Ae mere watan ke logon (O people of my land), penned by National Poet Pradeep Click here to read more