Begum Jaan Song Prem Mein Tohre from Vidya Balan's film is all about creating memories and reminiscing love. It is sung by Asha Bhosle
Vidya Balan announced the release date of her upcoming film Begum Jaan on Twitter.
In a glorious career spanning over 60 years, veteran songstress Lata Mangeshkar hasn't just given a plethora of memorable hits in Hindi film music, but also paved the way for future singers in the industry. Twitter made the day all the more special by wishing the 'Nightingale'
Radhika is believed to have performed to a medley of Asha Bhosle's hots from movies like Namak Halaal. She was partnered by choreographer Terrence Lewis
Lataji shared a video of Asha's track O Haseena Zulfonwali from the 1966 film Teesri Manzil
The performance will reportedly blend contemporary and Latin dance forms and Radhika will share the stage with choreographer Terence Lewis
"Just finished shooting comeback video with Band of Boys. Look out. Excellent song," she tweeted
Asha Bhosle won an award for Chain se hum ko kabhi aap ne jeene na diyaa, the last song she sang for composer O P Nayyar which was supposed to be used in the movie Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan took a sabbatical after her daughter Aaradhya was born and made a comeback after five years with Sanjay Gupta's Jazbaa, which released last year. She was last seen in Omung Kumar's Sarbjit and will soon be seen in Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil
"I feel proud to have sung songs for Yash Chopra ji and his entire family for so long, and today, my granddaughter has sung for Y-Films. I can't be happier and I'm glad the relationship between us has remained the same ever since," said Asha Bhosle
The legendary Ashaji has recorded songs for approximately 1,000 films. Kamini Kaushal, better known in Bollywood as the Vivien Leigh of her generation, has acted in over 100 films. She was the lead actress in Neecha Nagar, which was also the first Indian film to win the Best Film award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1946
Hemant Bhosle, who was the eldest of Ashaji's three children with her first husband Ganpatrao Bhosle, worked as a pilot for some years and then had a brief musical career composing for little-known films like Barrister and Taxi Taxie, a 1977 film in which he used both his mother and aunt Lata Mangeshkar's voices on the soundtrack