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On her 88th birthday celebration, veteran singer Asha Bhosle says she needs to lend her voice to great tunes.
Consistently, veteran singer Asha Bhosle settles on a peaceful family time over enormous festivals for her birthday. That is, by and large, the arrangement for her 88th birthday celebration on September 8. "I haven't commended my birthday for a long time. Ghar mein straightforward sa hota hai mahul, aur bacche cake kaat lete hain. Party ya zyada kuch nahi hota. Birthday is anything but an uncommon day for me. Hum toh buddhe hote hai us din. It is something that children celebrate," admits Bhosle, adding, "I celebrated my birthday once when I turned 75. We welcomed each singer I've worked with and shared a nearby bond with. Uske baad, I requested that my family avoid (tossing) a party. This year, I will be in Lonavala with my daughter-in-law and granddaughter."
Strolling down the world of fond memories, Bhosle shares, "Prior, I would spend my birthday in the recording studio. I recollect many individuals from the business, including Shankar–Jaikishan and RD Burman, would keep a recording on my birthday, phir sab milkar dhol, tashe, tabla bajate the."
The Chura Liya Hai, Piya Tu Ab Toh Aa Ja, and Dum Maro Dum singer have been rendering songs for almost eight decades, and one thing that has gone with her in this load of years is her obsession for work, which is unblemished, as she goes through her days doing riyaaz for old-style music even presently. "However, with regards to the expert, I need to sing songs that are great simply. As of late, one maker called me, saying, 'Suna hai ab aap gaati nahin ho.' I advised him aisa kuch nahin hai. I recently worked on a song for a Marathi film".
The singer says. "before the pandemic, I did three live shows. Resulting of the Covid-19 was that a large number of my shows got dropped. Pandemic mein toh puri duniya hi baith gai. I'm simply trusting that things will get normal so that I can continue my live shows," said Bhosle.