Iconic singer Asha Bhosle, sister of veteran singer Lata Mangeshkar, will be seen in the next episode of Dance India Dance Little Masters. It is shown in the promo video that Asha Bhosle reached the show as a guest judge. After that he paid tribute to Lata didi. In a new promo shared by Zee TV, Asha Bhosle got emotional as the kids performed on her elder sister’s songs. In the video, he can also be seen praying in front of the sister’s photo. Actually Lata Mangeshkar passed away in February after a long battle with COVID-19.
Seeing this performance of the contestants, Asha gets emotional and wipes her tears with a napkin and says, “Meri didi has gone now, but still she is with me.” After this Mouni Roy also becomes emotional, tears also spill from her eyes. At the same time, remembering Lata didi, the rest of the judges and contestants of the show also get emotional.
At the same time, Mouni Roy shares photos during the show on her social media account. In the photo, Asha Bhosle is seen sitting on the chair, while Mouni is seen sitting on the ground discussing something with Asha Bhosle. Let us tell you that during the show, Mouni becomes happy seeing her favorite singer Asha Bhosle.
Lata Mangeshkar’s corona report came positive on 8 January 2022. After which he was admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai. His condition was seen to improve after 20 days of admission but suddenly his health deteriorated and he died on 6 February 2022 at the age of 92.
Swara Kokila Lata Mangeshkar was cremated with full state honors at Shivaji Park in Mumbai. Vidya Balan, Shah Rukh Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Aamir Khan among many others attended the funeral. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also paid tribute to the singer.
Let us tell you that during an interview, Lata Mangeshkar spoke openly about her relationship with her sister Asha Bhosle. Sometime back she rubbished rumors about a rift in her relationship with her sister, though she did admit that she had troubles like all siblings in her younger days.
Lata had said that we never had any professional rivalry. He had developed a completely different style of singing from me. What she can do, I cannot do. Even with Pancham (RD Burman, married Asha Bhosle; 1980 to 1994), the songs I sang for him were very different from those sung by Asha for Pancham. I sang ‘Na Koi Umang Hai’ for Pancham in Kati Patang.