In Geneva, the famous Bollywood singer Asha Bhosle is celebrating her 84th birthday with her grandchildren. Her voice has been our choice when we are in love or out of it. We often choose her songs when it is a celebration time or if want to cry our heart out or even when we just want to be.
With no doubt, we all have flirted with her pleasant voice, and even seduced with her songs. She has lent her pleasant voice for many generations. Right from the Zeenat Aman to Urmila Matondkar, from Rekha to Vidya Balan.
From murmuring classical numbers to collaborating with the western artistes Michael Stipe and Boy George, Asha Bhosle is a versatile singer. Not only this, she also holds the Guinness Book of World Records from being the most recorded singer ever. Additionally, she was also honored with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award and the Padma Vibhushan in the year 2000 and 2008 respectively.
Grandchildren wanted to celebrate my 84th in Geneva 😊 pic.twitter.com/zwcxtC1MPH
— ashabhosle (@ashabhosle) September 6, 2017
Asha Bhosle never stepped back for accepting the new styles and techniques for singing. However, the singer believes that technology cannot replace the real talent. She said, “We all have to get familiar with the use of technology in everything — whether it is music or film. But we must not forget that nothing can replace real talent. Call me an old school (person), but I believe that technology cannot add soul to our voice. Therefore, the longevity of those songs (newly made) is lesser.”
So for celebrating her 84th birthday, we are present here with some of her inclusive playlist of songs. We hope you all will love her songs for every mood. So let’s just check out some here:
Kitaabein Bahut Si (Baazigar, 1993)
Kajra Mohabbat Wala (Kismat, 1968)
Zara Sa Jhooom Loon Main (Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, 1995)
Abhi Na Jaao Chor Ke (Hum Dono, 1961)
Tumse Milke Aisa Laga (Parinda, 1989)
Radha Kaise Na Jale (Lagaan, 2001)
Aaiye Meherbaan (Howrah Bridge, 1958)
Aao Huzoor Tumko (Kismat, 1968)
Aao Na Gale Lagao Na (Jeevan Saathi, 1972)
Yeh hai Reshmi Zulfon Ka Andhera (Mere Sanam, 1965)