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Never been, never will be talent like Kishore Kumar: Lata

Lata_Mangeshkar_-_still_29065_cropMumbai: Melody queen Lata Mangeshkar on Tuesday paid tribute to cinematic legend Kishore Kumar on his 86th birth anniversary, saying he was a rare talent.

The 85-year-old singer took to micro-blogging website Twitter to share her thoughts.

She wrote her message in Hindi, and stressed how there has never been a talent like the multi-faceted Kishore Kumar — a singer, composer, poet, writer, director, producer, hero, scriptwriter” — and there never will be another talent like him.

Lata also shared a link of the song along with a tweet.

The duo have together given hits like “Tum aa gaye ho noor aa gaya hai”, “Tere bina zindagi se”, “Holi ke din”, “Bhool gaya sab kuch”, “Wada karo nahin chhodoge tum mera saath” and “Bheegi bheegi raaton mein” among many.

(IANS)

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