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She sang the song "Naachu Yaa Gade, Khelu Saari Mani Haus Bhaari", which was composed by Sadashivrao Nevrekar for Vasant Joglekar's Marathi movie Kiti Hasaal (1942), but the song was dropped from the final cut.[32] Vinayak gave her a small role in Navyug Chitrapat's Marathi movie Pahili Mangalaa-gaur (1942), in which she sang "Natali Chaitraachi Navalaai" which was composed by Dada Chandekar.[27] Her first Hindi song was "Mata Ek Sapoot Ki Duniya Badal De Tu" for the Marathi film Gajaabhaau (1943).[33] The Bollywood industry was yet to find its feet, so Mangeshkar had to first concentrate on acting, which she didn't like, as the lights and people ordering her around made her feel uncomfortable.[17]




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Initially, she is said to have imitated the acclaimed singer Noor Jehan, but she later developed her own style of singing.[27] She brought a new signature style of singing to Indian film music, moving away from mehfil-style performances to suit both 'modern' and 'traditional' female protagonists. A soprano range voice with less volume or amplitude, she had enough weight in her voice to give definite shape to the melody of Indian film songs.[41] Although she had limited coloratura skills in her early career, she developed better tone and pitch as she progressed in her playback career.[42] Lyrics of songs in Hindi movies were, in those days, primarily composed by Urdu poets and contained a higher proportion of Urdu words, including the dialogue. Actor Dilip Kumar once made a mildly disapproving remark about her accent while singing Hindi/Urdu songs; so for a period of time, she took lessons in Urdu from an Urdu teacher named Shafi.[43] In subsequent interviews she said that Noor Jehan heard her as a child and had told her to practice a lot. The two stayed in touch with each other for many years to come.[44]


One of her first major hits was "Aayega Aanewaala," a song in the movie Mahal (1949), composed by music director Khemchand Prakash and lip-synced on screen by actress Madhubala.[45] This was a defining moment for her, and a catalyst for the recognition of playback singers in India. Before this, playback singers were seen as the vocal equivalent of a stuntman and remained invisible and uncredited. This song was such a big hit, that Radio Goa revealed her identity and she became a star in her own right. This opened the door for other playback singers to achieve the recognition they deserved.[17]


She won a Filmfare Award for Best Female Playback Singer for Salil Chowdhury's composition "Aaja Re Pardesi" from Madhumati (1958). Her association with C. Ramchandra produced songs in movies such as Albela (1951), Shin Shinkai Bublaa Boo (1952), Anarkali (1953), Pehli Jhhalak (1954), Azad (1955), Aasha (1957), and Amardeep (1958).[50] For Madan Mohan, she performed for films like Baagi (1953), Railway Platform (1955), Pocketmaar (1956), Mr. Lambu (1956), Dekh Kabira Roya (1957), Adalat (1958), Jailor (1958), Mohar (1959), and Chacha Zindabad (1959).[51]


From the 1980s onward, Mangeshkar worked with music directors such as Shiv-Hari in Silsila (1981), Faasle (1985), Vijay (1988), and Chandni (1989) and Ram Laxman in Ustadi Ustad Se (1981), Bezubaan (1982), Woh Jo Hasina (1983), Ye Kesa Farz (1985), and Maine Pyar Kiya (1989). She sang in other movies, such as Karz (1980), Ek Duuje Ke Liye (1981), Silsila (1981), Prem Rog (1982), Hero (1983), Pyar Jhukta Nahin (1985), Ram Teri Ganga Maili (1985), Nagina (1986), and Ram Lakhan (1989).[93][47] Her song "Zu Zu Zu Yashoda" from Sanjog (1985) was a chartbuster.[94][93] In the late 1980s, she made a comeback to Tamil films with two back-to-back renditions of composer Ilaiyaraaja's songs "Aaraaro Aaraaro" and "Valai Osai", for the films Anand (1987) and Sathya (1988), respectively.[95]Lata Didi Recorded her second Telugu Song "Thella Cheeraku" for Director K. Raghavendra Rao 1988 film Aakhari Poratam .


In 1990 she launched her own production house for Hindi movies which produced the Gulzar-directed movie Lekin.... She won her third National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer for her rendition of the song "Yaara Sili Sili" from the film, which was composed by her brother Hridaynath.[115][116]


This iconic no. is from the movie, Raja Aur Runk. The song was sung by the very famous Lata Mangeshkar and the music for the song was given by renowned music director, Laxmikant Pyarelal. Though with time, we might have forgotten the song, singers of today can be seen releasing covers of this song.


We as an Indian are too emotional about the relationships that we share with anyone, especially the ones we share with our parents. This song from the movie Yarriyan was seen during a rock concert performance by the male protagonist of the movie. K.K. sang the song, and the lyrics were jewelled by Irshad Kamil.


Whether it is about the happiness of our mother or our Motherland India, Bollywood never fails to disappoint. Bollywood songs on mother and the Motherland has a whole new list. This song is from the movie ABCD 2, where the male protagonist is seen dancing, remembering his mother, who has been his strength in her dancing career. Sung by the great singer Arijit Singh, the lyrics of this song are magic written by Mayur Suri.


Another beautiful song that depicts how in every phase of life, our sights reach out to find our mother. The song is from the movie Taare Zameen Par, which is a movie that shows the harshness of a kid who is Dyslexic. The movie was a different story in itself, and the song can be seen on the stage when this kid was left to his boarding school, for his betterment. The song was in the melodious voice of Shankar Mahadevan and penned by Prasoon Joshi.


Also, read- 13 Extremely Useful Gifts for a New Mother5. Luka Chuppi This song is from a movie that will give you goosebumps. The lyrics of this song in itself are so touchy that you will be left crying. The song is from the movie Rang De Basanti wherein, a group of Delhi-based friends is seen fighting for the honour of their friend, who was an airforce officer. The song comes in the movie at a point wherein there was a silent dharna-pradarshan. The song was sung by Lata Mangeshkar and A.R. Rehman and was a combined work of lyrics by Prasoon Joshi, Amir Khan, and A.R. Rehman.


A movie with all the fights and goons, was never expected to come with such an emotional song. Shootout at Lokhandwala was based on a group of goons who are seen being killed in the shootout. While the goons were about to see their nearing end, that is where this song comes in the picture. The song was sung by Palash Sen and was written by both Palash and Deekshant Sehrawat.


Indian cinema will never make enough movies over the relationship of a mother and her child. One such movie was Neerja. The movie was based on a flight attendant who helped save more than 150 passengers on the flight, while she was shot and died soon after. Based on a real hi-jack, happened in 1986. The song was sung by our favourite Sunidhi Chauhan and was written by Prasoon Joshi, the ultimate songwriter/ lyricist.


Now that we have added a song dedicated to all the Ladlas of the house, how can we forget the Ladlis of the house? So, to maintain that, we have another fun song from the movie Khoobsurat (2014), wherein Sonam Kapoor was seen playing the role of a physiotherapist who lives her life, to the fullest and is a typical socially active girl. The song was sung by Priya Panchal and was written by Sneha Khanwalkar.


From the beloved evergreen movie Daadi Maa, comes one of our favourite classics. This song beautifully compares mothers to God. Having an upbeat rhythm, this song makes for a fantastic sentimental song.


Film Maa Ka Aanchal brings us this classic 'Maa Hai Mohabbat Ka