RIP Lata Mangeshkar: AR Rahman Recalls His Childhood Memory

Lata Mangeshkar died this morning at the age of 92. She had been admitted to the Breach Candy Hospital. COVID had forced Lata Mangeshkar’s admission. She died of post-COVID complications that culminated in multiple organ failures, according to reports. Condolences and prayers have been flooding in for Lata Mangeshkar and her family from all around the country. Lata Mangeshkar’s death has been mourned by Asha Parekh, Narendra Modi, Hema Malini, Dharmendra, and others. AR Rahman, a Grammy-winning musician, has also expressed his sorrow at the death of the legendary vocalist. Rahman told a television station that his father was a tremendous fan of the late musician.

Lata Mangeshkar has been an enduring inspiration for AR Rahman, he told a news programme. He went on to say that everyone should carry on her legacy. Rahman believes that musicians and aspiring musicians might benefit from her experience. In his condolences for Lata Mangeshkar’s death, Rahman stated that she devoted her entire life to music. “There can be no other Lata Ji,” he added.

AR Rahman was one of the fortunate musicians to collaborate with Lata Mangeshkar. He collaborated with her on a number of songs, including O Paalan Hare, Lukka Chupi, and others. He told the news channel, “It’s fortunate that I got to work with her and learn so much from her.” “She will never be forgotten,” stated the Academy Award winner.

AR Rahman mentioned that Lata Mangeshkar was a major follower of his father. His father kept a photograph of Lata Mangeshkar in their house, he revealed. Every morning, he would look at the photo for inspiration and blessings before heading out to the studio.

Lata Mangeshkar, rest in peace.

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