Bharat Ratna, also known as Asia’s Nightingale Lata Mangeshkar’s condition has deteriorated once more. She has been returned to the ventilator. Her fans has already started praying for health as soon as the news got circulated.
On January 8, the singer was hospitalized at Mumbai’s Breach Candy Hospital. Let us remind you that Lata Mangeshkar is 92 years old and has other age-related issues. Meanwhile, people all throughout the country are praying for his quick recovery.
Doctors are monitoring Lata Mangeshkar’s condition.
Lata Mangeshkar’s health has deteriorated again, according to Dr. Pratit Samdani, who is treating her. He has been placed on a ventilator. A team of doctors is keeping an eye on her. Dr. Pratta further stated that Lata Mangeshkar is receiving therapy and that she is currently tolerating the procedure well.
Singer Lata Mangeshkar is in the ICU ward. She continues to be under aggressive therapy and is tolerating the procedures well at this moment: Dr Pratit Samdani, who is treating her at Mumbai's Breach Candy Hospital pic.twitter.com/RtqyxEwcVk— ANI (@ANI) February 5, 2022
Recently, it was learned that vocalist Lata Mangeshkar has been taken off the ventilator. His corona report was equally unfavourable. Despite the fact that Lata Mangeshkar is still in the intensive care unit, a team of doctors is continually checking her health. Previously, the legendary singer was rushed to the hospital in November 2019 due to breathing problems.
Lata Mangeshkar has performed approximately 30,000 songs in various Indian languages during the course of her seven-decade career. Lata Mangeshkar has received numerous honours, including the highest civilian award in India, the Bharat Ratna, the Padma Bhushan, the Padma Vibhushan, and the Dadasaheb Phalke Award.
Lata Mangeshkar was born in Indore, Indore City, Central India Agency, British India on Saturday, September 28, 1929 (age 92 as of 2021). Her parents renamed her Lata after the female character Latika in one of her father’s plays, ‘BhaawBhandhan,’ after she was born as ‘Hema.’ Lata’s interest in music began at a young age. She began singing songs to the children on her first day of school, and when teachers intervened, she became so irritated that she quit going to school.