Was Lata Mangeshkar Poisoned?

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Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, who has died on Sunday in Mumbai’s Breach Candy hospital had said that she was “slowly poisoned”.

As per the book of London-based author Nasreen Munni Kabir “Lata Mangeshkar in Her Own Voice”, she told that she was bedridden for three months.This incident happened in early 60s.

In the book she told, “In 1962, I fell very ill for about three months. One day, I woke up feeling very uneasy in my stomach. And then I started throwing up – it was terrible, the vomit was a greenish colour. The doctor came and even brought an x-ray machine home because I could not move. He x-rayed my stomach and said I was being slowly poisoned.”

After knowing this incident, her younger sister Usha went in the kitchen and told no one will cook except her and then soon after that their servant vanished without telling whereabouts and even collecting his pay.

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She believed that someone had planted him there and they didn’t know who it was.

She was bed ridden for three months after that and she felt so weak and thought that she would never be able to sing again.

She said that renowned lyricist Majrooh Sultanpuri took good care of her for those three months.

After her recovery the first song she sang was “Kahin Deep Jale Kahin Dil” from Bees Saal Baad, and won her second Filmfare Award.

She never looked back after that again. Lata Mangeshkar had sung over 50,000 songs in 14 languages after starting her debut on Radio in 1941.

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