Lata Mangeshkar's Dr Samdani remarked, "When it comes to Lata Ji's simple personality; I'll never forget her smile"

written by Ritika Nath | February 07, 2022

Dr. Pratit Samdani of Breach Candy Hospital, where Lata Mangeshkar died yesterday, talked about the late legendary singer and how she kept a smile on her face even in her final hours.

Dr. Samdani, who had been her doctor for three years, revealed, "I would have treated Lata Ji every time her health deteriorated, but her condition was getting worse by the day this time. We kept trying, but we couldn't save her in the end." He went on to claim that when the singer was first admitted, she always said, "Everyone should be treated equally." He also stated that "she was always willing to accept whatever treatment was required for her and never refused it."

The doctor further remarked, "When it comes to Lata Ji's simple personality," "I'll never forget her smile. She smiled even in her final moments. Her condition had been worsening in recent years, and she had been unable to meet with many people."

"Lata didi has been speaking very little and not much since I started treating her. God, on the other hand, had other plans for her, and she abandoned us all forever "he said.

At the age of 92, the legend passed away. On January 8, Lata Ji was taken to Mumbai's Breach Candy Hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19 and pneumonia.

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She was born in September 1929 and passed away in 2022. She started her career at the age of 13 in 1942 and was born on September 28, 1929. The melody queen recorded songs for almost a thousand Hindi films over her seven-decade career. Her songs have been recorded in over 36 regional Indian and other languages.

In 2001, she was given the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honor.

During her singing career, she garnered many awards, including three National Film Awards. Some of her most memorable songs include 'Aye Mere Vatan Ke Logon,' 'Babul Pyare,' and 'Lag Ja Gale Se Phir,' among others.

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