Lata Mangeshkar Quotes:- Lata Mangeshkar (born 28 September 1929) is an Indian playback singer and music director.
She is one of the best-known and most respected playback singers in South Asia, especially India.
She has recorded songs in over a thousand Hindi films and has sung songs in over thirty-six regional Indian languages and foreign languages, though primarily in Marathi, Hindi, and Bengali.
Inspirational Lata Mangeshkar Quotes
“I have been singing for the last 50 years, you know, so I deserve a break. Besides, there are talented singers around who can do justice to their work.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“I believe in one power, and that is the hand of God. I respect all religions.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“As a singer, you have to bring the soul to the song.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“I have a fierce temper. I’ve mastered it over the years, but when I’m angry, no one can force me to do anything I don’t want to.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“I wish I had given more time to learning classical singing.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“One has to be fully committed to one’s career. Otherwise, there’s no point.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“I’ve always loved life, irrespective of all the ups and downs that have filled my journey.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“Nowadays, there are seven music directors in one film. I had never heard of such a thing before. If one of our old music directors was told to share a score with others, he would have left the assignment.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“I have decided that I won’t take up assignments that don’t interest me.”– Lata Mangeshkar
Best lata Mangeshkar Quotes About Singer
“I really liked Kishore Kumar. He had a virile man’s voice, and he was truly versatile.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“I wouldn’t let a biopic be made on me. That’s because I don’t believe in them. I don’t like them.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“There are so many songs that I could not sing the way I wanted to. When such songs come on television or radio, I shut them off or leave the room.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“Today, the scope for variety has shrunk drastically. There are only a handful of topnotch composers like A. R. Rahman, Anu Malik, Jatin-Lalit… that’s it.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“I missed out on my childhood. I had to work hard, but I was immediately given a place in playback.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“In my opinion, the biggest achievement was by Shankar-Jaikishan. With Raj Kapoor’s ‘Barsaat,’ they changed the way we looked at playback singing.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“I feel God has sent me to Earth to sing. I started singing when I was five, but I don’t think I’ve worked as hard as many other people.”– Lata Mangeshkar
“My father passed away in 1942, and three-four months after his death, I had to start working. There was a responsibility on my shoulders to run the household. It was my duty as the eldest child in the house.”– Lata Mangeshkar