18 singers of the Indian film industry will play tribute to Lata Mangeshkar in StarPlus’s new series Naam Reh Jaayega.
Modi received the award on Sunday, which marked the 80th death anniversary of Master Deenanath Mangeshkar, the singing legend's father.
Lata Didi was like my elder sister: PM Narendra Modi after receiving Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar award
PM Narendra Modi received the first Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar award named after the legendary singer, and dedicated it to all Indians.
The fans expressed their anger on Twitter, slamming the Academy for omitting the two Indian legends.
In their tribute, the British Academy described Mangeshkar as "an Indian playback singer, who recorded an estimated 25,000 songs for more than 1,000 Hindi films over a career spanning 70 years".
Known for her deep and distinct voice, Uthup carved a niche for herself with songs like "Hare Rama Hare Krishna", "Rambha Ho" and "Koi Yahaan Nache Nache" that remain popular to date.
The cover is one of its kind and comes with a QR code which can be scanned by the user to listen to the all-time hit 'Mere Saaya Saath Hoga' in the singer's voice.
Lata’s primacy in her field was accepted by fellow artists with a naturalness that testified to the quality of her art.
The audience was left mesmerised by the beautiful renditions of Lata Mangeshkar songs by school children.
Indian film industry lost two legends in a month- megastar Lata Mangeshkar who died on February 6, and Bappi Lahiri, who passed away on the night of February 15.
Ronit did not mention Lata Mangeshkar in his caption but a video that he posted alongside the note clearly indicated that he was talking about the legendary singer.
Professor Suhas S Joshi, a faculty member at the department of mechanical engineering, Indian Institute of Technology- Bombay, took over as the second regular director of IIT-Indore on January 31.
Maharashtra minister Uday Samant saidt that the proposed institution will be known as Bharat Ratna Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar International Music College.
'Tera Milna Achha Lage Hai' Mehdi Hassan and Mangeshkar's first and last duet together which was released in 2010, recorded separately the tracks were later compiled into a full-fledged track.
The doctor recalled her charismatic smile, her connect with the hospital staff and his family, her innate grace and his deep sadness and sense of personal loss.