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Bollywood celebs mourn the death of India’s Swar Nightingale

Mumbai | Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar passed away at around 8 am on Sunday after fighting for 28 days from COVID-19, pneumonia and related complications.

Condoling the death of Lata ji, Kangana Ranaut wrote on Instagram, “India’s most beautiful voice is gone!! There will never be another Lataji.”

Anil Kapoor said that he is heartbroken but blessed to know and love this incredible soul. Lata Mangeshkar with A.R. He sang songs for Rajkumar Santoshi’s film ‘Pukar’ starring Anil Kapoor under Rahman’s music direction.

He said, “Lataji holds a special place in our hearts. This is how she has left a deep impact on our lives with her music. May she rest in peace and illuminate the heavens with her radiance.”

Actor Jackie Shroff shared a post on Instagram, in which he is seen holding a picture.

Tamannaah Bhatia called it the end of an era. “We have lost a veteran today. Truly, it is the end of an era. May his soul rest in peace.”

Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar said on a personal note, She has been like a mother to me over the years, every time she used to call and talk, it was a relief. This is a personal loss for me.

Rapper Badshah wrote the line of a song sung by him. He wrote, “Tera saaya saath hoga. Rest in peace, Lataji.”

Actress Nimrat Kaur says “India lost its voice today, there will never be another like her

“Recording with you was a learning and fun experience.”

Actress Dia Mirza, who shared an old picture of the late singer, said, “Lata Mangeshkarji’s voice will always be the voice of India. Our proud Nightingale of India. Our Bharat Ratna.”

Esha Deol said that she is shocked and shocked by this news. Esha said, “Her melodious voice will live on in our hearts forever. Condolences to the family. Om Shanti Lata Mangeshkar ji.”

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