With the popular Television show Bigg Boss 7 coming to an end in few weeks time, all its contestants try hard to make it to the top spot for the grand finale.
The singer who feels that she has been shorn off her royalty rights had previously spoken up for the royalty of singers way back in the 1960s, however she couldn’t win over the battle then as none of the other singers were on her side in support for their own rights.
On this special day, in an exclusive conversation with the tabloids, the lady with a golden voice expressed that she is very happy with whatever she has received till date, and she has no such wish which has remained unfulfilled.
Talking about her b’day, Lata told PTI, "I do not celebrate my birthday in a lavish way. I do not believe in cutting cakes. It will be a family affair...where all family members will be present. My whole day will be spent in accepting wishes from friends and fans worldwide. Later in the day, I will go for Hridaynath award function.”
Doctors attending on the veteran singer have informed that though Jagjit Singh is presently kept under observation in the ICU, his condition is stable now.
But surprisingly, intermediate age groups have been virtually showering their love on the evergreen hero as most of them are showing keen interest to watch the 50-year-old film, which most had watched in their younger days.
Some from the middle-aged crowd has even found the film refreshingly interesting after the classic has been colorized with advanced technology from the US. However, trade analysts have stated that the response in theatres has been heterogeneous.