When Lata, Asha and Noor Jehan came together for an iconic picture

'What an iconic and historic photo,' wrote singer Adnan Sami as he shared the photo on his Instagram

Entertainment Desk January 16, 2021

Adnan Sami is making us nostalgic! The singer recently took to Instagram and shared a picture that could easily be touted as a legendary one. The Tera Chehra crooner recently took to Instagram and shared a photo of Bollywood icons Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle along with the Pakistani queen of melody Noor Jehan.

The singer wrote, "What an iconic and historic photo." The Lift Karade singer shared the image after he lashed out at a troll on Twitter. Sami is known for making headlines for his hot takes on Twitter. While it has been quite a bit since we have seen him strike up a Twitter banter, the Tera Chehra star is back on the bird app, as he schools a user who opined that Indians have been brainwashed into thinking that Bollywood's Mangeshkar has a good voice. 


A post shared by Adnan Sami (@adnansamiworld)

Bandar Kya Jaane Adrak Ka Swaad…It’s better to stay silent and appear stupid than to open your mouth and remove all doubt!!” Sami had tweeted.

The singer’s tweet came in response to a troll who wrote, “Indians have been brainwashed into thinking that Lata Mangeshkar has a good voice."

Bollywood celebrities stood up in support of the Tere Liye singer after Sami reacted to a troll who raised a question on the quality of her voice. 
“One of the reasons I believe in Saraswati and divine is because of Lata Mangeshkar. One of the reasons I believe in the devil is because of her haters,” tweeted film-maker Vivek Agnihotri.

“I pray to God that in next life Lata Mangeshkar haters are born as humans like us who can understand beauty and understand what is truly divine,” he wrote in another tweet.


“In her heyday, which lasted a long time, Lata Mangeshkar had an unmistakably mellifluous voice. Listen to just Lag Ja Gale to know that. Maybe you refer to the late 80s and 90s when, with age, her singing got screechy. I guess, In India, fans don't let you stop when you should,” expressed screenwriter and film editor Apurva Asrani.

“Twitter is the best medium for misers who mock respected stalwarts just to gain followers. Worthless people who can’t ever reach that level but have opinions that no one cares for. Instead of commenting or questioning one should block them!,” shared actor Koena Mitra

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