Because of which Asha Bhosle had to leave her husband’s house with both her children

Because of which Asha Bhosle had to leave her husband’s house with both her children

Asha Bhosle got immense success in Hindi cinema with BR Chopra’s film ‘Naya Daur’, but as she was getting success in professional life, personal life was being left behind.
Early in his career, singer Asha Bhosle was getting work, but he was mostly a low-budget song. Asha Bhosle struggled a lot about her career at the young age of 16. Meanwhile, Asha fell in love with Ganpat Rao Bhosle, secretary of elder sister Lata Mangeshkar. Going against the family, Asha ji married Ganpat Rao, who grew up for many years. At that time, Ganpat Rao had a monthly income of Rs 100.

Ganpat Rao, however, was not against his wife’s work but was a bit old-fashioned. For this reason, because of his songs, he started listening to Asha Bhosle’s in-laws. According to media reports, in the life of Asha Bhosle after marriage, the conflict started in both personal and professional places. She used to go on her recording while traveling by train even after opposition from the family. At that time, Asha used to get any kind of song to drive home.

Then in the year 1953, Bimal Roy gave Asha a chance to sing in the film ‘Parineeta’. After this, Raj Kapoor also offered him a song in his film ‘Boot Polish’. The song was ‘Nanhe Munne Bachche Teri Mutthi Mein Kya Hai’. This song became a huge hit, after which he gave his voice in many films continuously. His career was on high.

Asha got immense success with BR Chopra’s film ‘Naya Daur’, but by then there was a lot of upheaval in her personal life. One day after 10 years of marriage, Asha Bhosle’s husband and in-laws suddenly found her from home. Asked to leave At that time Asha was pregnant, Asha Bhosle took her two children with a heavy heart and returned to her mother’s house. Asha Bhosle, who faced so many problems in her personal life, never let this affect her work. He devoted his entire life to raising children and making a career.


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