"Lata Mangeshkar STILL In Hospital, She Is 90 And We Decided To NOT Take Her Home So Soon," Says Sister Usha Mangeshkar- EXCLUSIVE

This is contrary to what ANI has just tweeted. We have spoken to Lata Mangeshkar's sister, who has confirmed that Lataji is still in the hospital. She also tells us what exactly went wrong with her

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"Lata Mangeshkar STILL In Hospital, She Is 90 And We Decided To NOT Take Her Home So Soon," Says Sister Usha Mangeshkar- EXCLUSIVE
Lata Mangeshkar had been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of the Breach Candy hospital in Mumbai in the early hours of Monday after she complained of difficulty in breathing, according to a report in PTI. SpotboyE.com now has it that the legendary singer is stable and better. 

However, contrary to a tweet in ANI that Lataji had been discharged this evening and gone back home, SpotboyE.com brings you the news that the Nightingale of India is still very much in the hospital. ALSO READ: 'Lata Mangeshkar's Condition Is Now Critical In The Breach Candy Hospital ICU, On The Ventilator And Sedated,' Says Top Source- EXCLUSIVE




We spoke to her sister Usha Mangeshkar, just 15 minutes back, who said, "Lata Didi is 90. She is better and doctors were okay if we wanted to take her home today. But we ourselves told them that considering her age, it is better if we keep her in the hospital for 1 or 2 days more."

Added Ushaji, "She will be fine. She had developed viral fever and a stomach issue. Aajkal medicines aur technology achchi hai, so it works. But again, as I said she is 90, so we thought that it would be better that we don't treat her at home." 


The legendary singer who has lent her voice to over 1000 songs in Hindi and several in regional languages started her career in 1942 with Marathi songs and over the years. Who can sing like her!

We wish Lataji a speedy recovery.


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