Asha Bhosle, Famous Singer of India

Asha Bhosle

Asha Bhosle (born in Sangli, 8 September 1933; age 78 years) is an Indian female singer known as playback singer in Bollywood movies. Career as a professional singer since the age of 11 years starting in 1943. His first song was "Chala Chala navabala" for the Marathi language film, Bal Mazhe sung with a younger brother and sister. Lata Mangeshkar is the elder brother.

Asha Bhosle is a versatile singer. Apart from film music to sing, she also sang the rhythmic pop songs, ghazals, bhajans, traditional Indian music, folk songs, qawwali, Rabindra Sangeet, Nazrul Geeti and. He has been singing in almost all languages ​​in India, and also English.

Related to the birthday-60, Asha Bhosle published a book containing a list of songs ever recorded. Everything is 10 700 songs in Hindi, but the publisher can not obtain the data of songs in other languages ​​ever sung. In the interview, Bhosle has sung himself admitted about 12,000 song titles.
Lata Mangeshkar, her sister ever recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records from 1974 to 1991 as a singer with a number of recording tracks in the world. However, other sources doubt the Guinness Book record, and states Bhosle record a song more than Mangeshkar. Himself claimed Bhosle has recorded more songs than the other singers in the world, some 12,000 tracks.


Asha was born in Goar, a small village in Sangli, Maharashtra. Both parents are Marathi people are fond of music. His father was Deenanath Mangeshkar, a classical singer and actor born in the village Mangeshi in Goa. When Asha was 9 years old, his father died. The family moved from Pune to Kolhapur, before finally settling in Bombay. Asha and his eldest sister, Lata Mangeshkar began singing and playing the movie for the family. The first film song sung Asha Bhosle is Chala Chala Nav reinforcements to speak Marathi film Majha Bal titled (1943). Datta Dawjekar is the composer for the film. Hindi film career as a singer song Saawan aaya starting to film production in 1948, Hansraj Behl Chunaria work.

Asha married at a young age, 14 years old. She eloped with Ganpatrao Bhosle who was then aged 31 years. Ganpatrao was private secretary to Lata Mangeshkar. Asha began his career singing in the film thanks to a boost Chunaria husband. Bhosle then got two songs for the film Raat Ki Rani (1949).

His marriage was short-lived. After parting with her husband, Asha alone raising two children while pregnant with the third named Anand. As a source of livelihood, to continue his career as a singer Asha playback. The songs for the female lead roles in films of the time it was dominated by playback singers like Geeta Dutt, Amirbai, Shamshad Begum, Zohrabai Ambalewali, and his own sister Asha, Lata Mangeshkar. When the famous playback singer would not sing, the songs were Asha Bhosle new part, eg the songs for the role of naughty women in movies, and songs for film grade quality.

In the 1950s, Asha Bhosle has become a playback singer sang the most in Bollywood, though some of them to film the class B and C are produced on the cheap. A. R. Qureshi (Alla Rakha Khan), Sajjad Hussain and Ghulam Mohammed is the creator of the songs that brought the time, and most of them no Asha Bhosle sukses.Nama started sticking after singing for the film Sangdil (1952), starring Dilip Kumar. Creator of the song at the time, Sajjad Hussain. Furthermore, the director Bimal Roy gave him the opportunity to sing in the film Parineeta (1953). Song 'Gore gore haathon mein "from the film Parineeta (1953) was the first hit song for Bhosle. Raj Kapoor asked her to duet with Mohammed Rafi in the film Nanhe Munne Bachche for Boot Polish (1954).

In 1956, composer O. P. Nayyar gave him the opportunity to sing in the CID (1956), produced by Guru Dutt. Bhosle entered in a row after a successful singer who created the song O. P. Nayyar in the movie Naya cycle. Cooperation O. P. Nayyar and Bhosle produced many famous songs. Once the name is known, given the opportunity to bring new Bhosle songs by Sachin Dev Burman and Ravi.

In 1966, Asha Bhosle's career climb after a duet with Mohammed Rafi in Teesri Manzil blockbuster whose music is handled R. D. Burman. Cooperation Asha and R. D. Burman produced a number of hit records throughout the 1970's and ended in marriage. Throughout the 1960's until the 1970's, playback singer Asha is a time for Helen of Bollywood's most famous dancers. Piya Tu Ab To Aaja from the film Caravan), O Haseena Zulfon Mayor of Teesri Manzil fim, and Yeh Mera Dil from Don is a title song ever sung Bhosle in the 1970s.

In the film Umrao Jaan (1981) and Ijaazat (1987), hosle ghazal singing rhythmically, and won the National Film Award for Best Playback Singer. Asha Bhosle's career continued until the 1990's, including the film Rangeela in 1995. In 2005, Bhosle is 72 years old and still singing for Tamil-language film, Chandramukhi and Lucky Lips pop songs for the film, starring Salman Khan's Lucky.

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