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Asha Bhosle: Filmography

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Asha Bhosle: Filmography

1920 (2008) (playback singer)
Mr. White Mr. Black (2008) (playback singer)
Mein Ek Din Laut Kay Aaoon Ga (2007) (playback singer)
Aap Kaa Surroor: The Moviee – The Real Luv Story (2007) (playback singer)
Shri Siddhivinayak Mahima (2007) (playback singer)
Waris Shah: Ishq Daa Waaris (2006) (playback singer)
Yatra (2006) (playback singer)
Aatma (2006) (playback singer)
Darna Zaroori Hai (2006) (playback singer)
… aka You Must Be Scared (International: English title)
Teesri Aankh: The Hidden Camera (2006) (playback singer)
Bhagmati (2005) (playback singer)
Chandramukhi (2005) (playback singer)
Lucky: No Time for Love (2005) (playback singer)
… aka Lucky (India: English title: short title)
Dev (2004) (playback singer)
Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke (2004) (playback singer)
Meenaxi: Tale of 3 Cities (2004) (playback singer)
Sandhya (2003) (playback singer)
Tehzeeb (2003) (playback singer)
Chupke Se (2003) (playback singer)
Joggers’ Park (2003) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Footpath (2003) (playback singer)
Khwahish (2003) (playback singer)
… aka Desire (India: English title: informal title)
Escape from Taliban (2003) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Satta (2003) (playback singer)
Aapko Pehle Bhi Kahin Dekha Hai (2003) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Saathiya (2002) (playback singer)
Rishtey (2002) (playback singer)
Soch (2002) (playback singer)
Chhal (2002) (playback singer)

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Mujhse Dosti Karoge! (2002) (playback singer)
… aka Let’s Be Friends! (informal literal English title)
Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai (2002) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka My Friend’s Wedding (International: English title)
Devdas (2002/II) (playback singer)
… aka Debdas (India: Bengali title: alternative transliteration)
Company (2002) (playback singer)
Filhaal… (2002) (playback singer)
Be-Lagaam (2002) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega (2001) (playback singer)
Yaadein… (2001) (playback singer)
… aka Cherished Memories (USA: informal English title)
Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Lagaan (India: Hindi title: short title)
… aka Land Tax (International: English title: informal literal title)
Grahan (2001) (playback singer)
Ashi Gyaneshwari (2001) (playback singer)
Jeevan Saathi (2001) (playback singer)
Shikari (2000) (playback singer)
Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar!! (2000) (playback singer)
Karobaar: The Business of Love (2000) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Fiza (2000) (playback singer)
Khauff (2000) (playback singer)
Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka KNPH (India: Hindi title: informal short title)
… aka Say This Is Love (International: English title: informal literal title)
Aakhir Kaun Thi Woh? (2000) (playback singer)
Le Chal Apne Sang (2000) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)

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Mast (1999) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin (1999) (playback singer)
Zulmi (1999) (playback singer)
Lal Baadshah (1999) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Shaheed-E-Mohabbat (1999) (playback singer)
Earth (1998) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka 1947: Earth (India: English title: alternative title)
… aka Terre (Canada: French title)
Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha (1998) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsla)
Satya (1998) (playback singer)
Dushman (1998) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Kabhi Na Kabhi (1998) (playback singer) (as Ashabhonsle)
Yugpurush: A Man Who Comes Just Once in a Way (1998) (playback singer)
Badmaash (1998) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Ghar Bazar (1998) (playback singer)
Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) (playback singer)

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… aka D.T.P.H. (India: English title: promotional abbreviation)
… aka The Heart Is Crazy (India: English title: literal title)
Betaabi (1997) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Daud: Fun on the Run (1997) (playback singer)
…Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya (1997) (playback singer)
Ghoonghat (1997) (playback singer)
Lav Kush (1997) (playback singer)
Daava (1997) (playback singer)
… aka The Challenge (India: English title)
Iruvar (1997) (playback singer)
… aka Iddaru (India: Telugu title: dubbed version)
… aka The Duo
Aar Ya Paar (1997) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Darmiyan (1997) (playback singer)
Dus (1997) (playback singer)
Raja Ki Ayegi Baraat (1997) (playback singer)
Dushman Duniya Ka (1996) (playback singer)
Daayraa (1996) (playback singer)
… aka The Square Circle (USA)
Aatank (1996) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
English Babu Desi Mem (1996) (playback singer)
Return of Jewel Thief (1996) (playback singer)
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995) (playback singer)
… aka D.D.L.J. (India: Hindi title: informal short title)
… aka Lovers Will Walk Off with the Bride (UK: informal English title)
… aka The Big-Hearted Will Win the Bride (USA: informal English title)
… aka The Brave Heart Will Take the Bride (USA: informal literal title)
Kalyug Ke Avtaar (1995) (playback singer)
Rangeela (1995) (playback singer)
Sargam (1995) (playback singer)
… aka Melody
Sarhad: The Border of Crime (1995) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhosale)
Saajan Ki Baahon Mein (1995) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsale)
Fauji (1995) (playback singer)
Prem Pinda (1995) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Token of Love (International: English title)
Vaade Iraade (1994) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Main Khiladi Tu Anari (1994) (playback singer)
… aka I’m the Expert, You’re the Novice (UK)
Chaand Kaa Tukdaa (1994) (playback singer)
Andaz Apna Apna (1994) (playback singer)
Janam Se Pehle (1994) (playback singer)
Baali Umar Ko Salaam (1994) (playback singer)
Ganga Aur Ranga (1994) (playback singer)
Vazir (1994) (playback singer)
Vishwavinayak (1994) (playback singer)
Zamane Se Kya Darna (1994) (playback singer)
Baazigar (1993) (playback singer)
Gardish (1993) (playback singer) (uncredited)
Sainik (1993) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Pyaar Ka Tarana (1993) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Kærlighedens melodi (Denmark)
… aka The Melody of Love (International: English title)
Pehla Nasha (1993) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Gumrah (1993) (playback singer)
… aka Astray
Waqt Hamara Hai (1993) (playback singer)
Aaina (1993) (playback singer)
… aka The Mirror
Lootere (1993) (playback singer)
Divya Shakti (1993) (playback singer)
Aankhen (1993) (playback singer)
… aka The Eyes (International: English title)
Gurudev (1993) (playback singer)
Jeevan Ki Shatranj (1993) (playback singer)
Kala Coat (1993) (playback singer)
King Uncle (1993) (playback singer)
Rudaali (1993) (playback singer)
… aka The Mourner (India: English title)
Shreemaan Aashique (1993) (playback singer)
Zakhmi Rooh (1993) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Zakhmo Ka Hisaab (1993) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Drohi (1992) (playback singer)
Antam (1992) (playback singer)
… aka Anth (India: Hindi title: dubbed version)
Balwaan (1992) (playback singer)
Bekhudi (1992) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Chamatkar (1992/I) (playback singer)
Khiladi (1992) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Zindagi Ek Juaa (1992) (playback singer)
Khule-Aam (1992) (playback singer)
Sarphira (1992) (playback singer)
Suryavanshi (1992) (playback singer)
Vansh (1992) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dil Ka Kya Kasoor (1992) (playback singer)
Ashwamedham (1992) (playback singer)
Isi Ka Naam Zindagi (1992) (playback singer)
Laat Saab (1992) (playback singer)
Lambu Dada (1992) (playback singer)
Maa (1992/II) (playback singer)
Naseebwaala (1992) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Siyasat (1992) (playback singer)
Jhoothi Shaan (1991) (playback singer)
Pyaar Ka Saaya (1991) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Indrajeet (1991) (playback singer)
Afsana Pyar Ka (1991) (playback singer)
Dushman Devta (1991) (playback singer)

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Gunehgar Kaun (1991) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Farishtay (1991) (playback singer)
… aka Angels (India: English title)
Vishnu-Devaa (1991) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Aaj Ka Samson (1991) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dushmani Jattan Di (1991) (playback singer)
First Love Letter (1991) (playback singer)
Insaaf Ka Khoon (1991) (playback singer)
Patthar (1991) (playback singer)
Qurbani Rang Layegi (1991) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Thanedaar (1990) (playback singer)
Agneekaal (1990) (playback singer)
Zimmedaaar (1990) (playback singer)
Sailaab (1990) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Jurm (1990) (playback singer)
… aka The Crime
Police Public (1990) (playback singer)
Naaka Bandi (1990) (playback singer)
Lekin… (1990) (playback singer)
… aka But…
Awaargi (1990) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Aimless Wandering
Jaan-E-Wafa (1990) (playback singer)
Karishma Kali Kaa (1990) (playback singer)
Khatarnaak (1990) (playback singer)
Kishen Kanhaiya (1990) (playback singer)
Pratigya (1990) (playback singer)
Tejaa (1990) (playback singer)

Sikka (1989) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Coin
Aag Se Khelenge (1989) (playback singer)
Chandni (1989) (playback singer)
… aka Moonlight (India: English title: literal title)
… aka Yash Chopra’s Chandni (India: English title: complete title)
… aka Yash Chopra’s Moonlight (USA: informal English title)
Gola Barood (1989) (playback singer)
Aakhri Ghulam (1989) (playback singer)
Prem Pratigyaa (1989) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Oath of Love
Ilaaka (1989) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhosale)
Gair Kaanooni (1989) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Santosh (1989) (playback singer)
Sachché Ká Bol-Bálá (1989) (playback singer)
… aka Truth Will Triumph
Joshilaay (1989) (playback singer)
Vardi (1989) (playback singer)
Galiyon Ka Badshah (1989) (playback singer)
Hum Intezaar Karenge (1989) (playback singer)
Kala Bazaar (1989) (playback singer)
… aka Black Market (International: English title)
Mitti Aur Sona (1989) (playback singer)
Parinda (1989) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsale)
… aka The Pigeon (India: English title)
Saaya (1989) (playback singer)
Rama O Rama (1988) (playback singer)
Rihaee (1988) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Waqt Ki Awaz (1988) (playback singer)
… aka Time’s Call
Kabrastan (1988) (playback singer)
Commando (1988) (playback singer)
Hatya (1988) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Kabzaa (1988) (playback singer)
… aka The Capture
Mohabbat Ke Dushman (1988) (playback singer)
Ek Hi Maqsad (1988) (playback singer)
Tamacha (1988) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Paap Ki Duniya (1988) (playback singer)
Shahenshah (1988) (playback singer)
Hum Farishte Nahin (1988) (playback singer)
Akhri Muqabla (1988) (playback singer)
Daisy (1988/I) (playback singer)
Ek Naya Rishta (1988) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Khoon Bhari Maang (1988) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Himmat Aur Mehanat (1987) (playback singer)
… aka Will Power and Hard Work
Thikana (1987) (playback singer)
… aka Address
‘Kaash’ (1987) (playback singer)
… aka Alas
Hiraasat (1987) (playback singer)
Madadgaar (1987) (playback singer)
Majaal (1987) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Dare
Kalyug Aur Ramayan (1987) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dacait (1987) (playback singer)
Aag Hi Aag (1987) (playback singer)
Imaandaar (1987) (playback singer)
Itihaas (1987) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Pyaar Karke Dekho (1987) (playback singer)
Pyar Ke Kabil (1987) (playback singer)
Ijaazat (1987) (playback singer)
… aka Consent (International: English title: informal title)
… aka Guest (International: English title)
Khazana (1987) (playback singer)
Mohre (1987) (playback singer)
Muqaddar Ka Faisla (1987) (playback singer)
Naam O Nishan (1987) (playback singer)
Pyaar Ki Jeet (1987) (playback singer)
Anubhav (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Tahkhana (1986) (playback singer)
… aka The Dungeon (India: English title) (International: English title)
Samundar (1986) (playback singer)
Ek Chadar Maili Si (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Allah-Rakha (1986) (playback singer)
Zindagani (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Muddat (1986) (playback singer)
… aka Ages
Peechha Karro (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Karamdaata (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Kirayadar (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Tenant
Swati (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Bhagwaan Dada (1986) (playback singer)
Dharm Adhikari (1986) (playback singer) (as Ashabhonsle)
… aka Authority (International: English title: informal literal title)
Sultanat (1986) (playback singer)
… aka Karname Kamal Ke (India: Hindi title)
… aka The Sultanate
Ilzaam (1986) (playback singer)
Chameli Ki Shaadi (1986) (playback singer)
… aka Chameli’s Marriage
Swarag Se Sunder (1986) (playback singer)
… aka Lovelier Than Heaven
Jaal (1986) (playback singer)
… aka The Net (International: English title)
Dilwaala (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Amhi Doghe Raja Rani (1986) (playback singer)
Amor Sangi (1986) (playback singer)
Baat Ban Jaye (1986) (playback singer)
Bijli (1986) (playback singer)
Dahleez (1986) (playback singer)
… aka The Frontier
Ek Main Aur Ek Tu (1986) (playback singer)
Ek Pal (1986) (playback singer)
… aka A Moment (India: English title)
Long Da Lishkara (1986) (playback singer) (as Ashaa Bhonsale)
Mera Dharam (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka My Duty
Palay Khan (1986) (playback singer)
Patton Ki Bazi (1986) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Sadaa Suhagan (1986) (playback singer)
Saveray Wali Gaadi (1986) (playback singer)
… aka The Morning Train
Lover Boy (1985) (playback singer)
Sanjog (1985) (playback singer)
Hum Naujawan (1985) (playback singer)
Babu (1985) (playback singer)
Mard (1985) (playback singer)
Alag Alag (1985) (playback singer)
Jhoothi (1985) (playback singer)
Lallu Ram (1985) (playback singer)
Faasle (1985) (playback singer)
… aka Distances (India: English title)
Geraftaar (1985) (playback singer)
Bepanaah (1985) (playback singer)
Wafadaar (1985) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Meraa Ghar Mere Bachche (1985) (playback singer)
Telephone (1985/I) (playback singer)
Hum Dono (1985) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka We Two (International: English title)
Saagar (1985) (playback singer)
Surkhiyaan (The Headlines) (1985) (playback singer)
Pyari Behna (1985) (playback singer)
… aka Beloved Sister
Mehak (1985) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Bewafai (1985) (playback singer)
Sitamgar (1985) (playback singer)
Zabardast (1985) (playback singer)
Mohabbat (1985) (playback singer)
… aka Love
Ek Se Bhale Do (1985) (playback singer)
Pataal Bhairavi (1985) (playback singer)
… aka The Seductress from Hell
Yudh (1985) (playback singer)
Balidaan (1985) (playback singer)
Mahaguru (1985) (playback singer)
Ulta Seedha (1985) (playback singer)
… aka Upside Down (India: English title)
Arjun (1985) (playback singer)
Zamana (1985) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Rahi Badal Gaye (1985) (playback singer)
Tawaif (1985) (playback singer)
Saaheb (1985) (playback singer)
… aka Saheb (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Lava (1985) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Lavaa (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Aar Paar (1985) (playback singer)
… aka Anyay Abhchar (India: Bengali title: dubbed version)
… aka This Way or That (India: English title)
Aitbaar (1985) (playback singer)
… aka Trust
Ankahee (1985) (playback singer)
… aka The Unspoken (India: English title)
Bond 303 (1985) (playback singer)
Cheekh (1985) (playback singer)
… aka The Scream (International: English title)
Insaaf Main Karoonga (1985) (playback singer)
Oonche Log (1985) (playback singer)
… aka High Society
Teri Meherbaniyan (1985) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhosale)
Yaar Kasam (1985) (playback singer)
Zulm Ka Badla (1985) (playback singer)
Yeh Ishq Nahin Aasaan (1984) (playback singer)
Karishmaa (1984) (playback singer)
Jhutha Sach (1984) (playback singer)
Ram Ki Ganga (1984) (playback singer)
Jagir (1984) (playback singer)
… aka Teen Murti (India: Bengali title)
… aka The Estate
… aka The Three Idols
Purana Mandir (1984) (playback singer)
… aka The Old Temple (India: English title)
Bhavna (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Manzil Manzil (1984) (playback singer)
Duniya (1984) (playback singer)
Andar Baahar (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Laila (1984) (playback singer)
Utsav (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhosale)
… aka The Festival
Hum Hain Lajawaab (1984) (playback singer)
Ram Tera Desh (1984) (playback singer)
Inteha (1984) (playback singer)
Hum Do Hamare Do (1984) (playback singer)
Ek Nai Paheli (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka A New Puzzle
Lorie (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Maqsad (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Objective
Baazi (1984) (playback singer)
Bhemaa (1984) (playback singer)
Asha Jyoti (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Boxer (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Tohfa (1984) (playback singer)
Inquilaab (1984) (playback singer)
… aka Justice (India: English title)
Wanted: Dead or Alive (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Akalmand (1984) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
All Rounder (1984) (playback singer)
Jaag Utha Insan (1984) (playback singer)
Jawaani (1984) (playback singer)
Jeene Nahi Doonga (1984) (playback singer)
… aka Jeene Nahin Doonga (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Sharaabi (1984) (playback singer)
Sohni Mahiwal (1984/I) (playback singer)
… aka Legenda o lyubvi (Soviet Union: Russian title)
… aka Pechal lyubvi (Soviet Union: Russian title)
… aka The Legend of Love (International: English title: informal literal title)
Tarang (1984) (playback singer)
… aka The Wave
… aka Wages and Profits
Unchi Uraan (1984) (playback singer)
Waqt Ki Pukar (1984) (playback singer)
Yeh Desh (1984) (playback singer)
Coolie (1983/I) (playback singer)
Agar Tum Na Hote (1983) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Mawaali (1983) (playback singer)
… aka Hoodlum
Sweekar Kiya Maine (1983) (playback singer)
Achha Bura (1983) (playback singer)
Ghungroo (1983) (playback singer)
Justice Chaudhury (1983) (playback singer)
Naukar Biwi Ka (1983) (playback singer)
Woh Jo Hasina (1983) (playback singer)
Woh 7 Din (1983) (playback singer)
… aka Those Seven Days
Jeet Hamaari (1983) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Jaani Dost (1983) (playback singer)
Mahaan (1983) (playback singer)
Love in Goa (1983) (playback singer)
Prem Tapasya (1983) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Gehri Chot: Urf – Door-Desh (1983) (playback singer)
Avtaar (1983) (playback singer)
Himmatwala (1983) (playback singer)
Nastik (1983) (playback singer)
… aka The Atheist
Souten (1983) (playback singer)
Taqdeer (1983) (playback singer)
… aka Brij’s Taqdeer (India: Hindi title: complete title)
… aka Luck
Andhaa Kanoon (1983) (playback singer)
Daulat Ke Dushman (1983) (playback singer)
Ek Jaan Hain Hum (1983) (playback singer)
Haadsaa (1983) (playback singer)
Kissi Se Na Kehna (1983) (playback singer)
Mandi (1983) (playback singer)
… aka Market Place
Mazdoor (1983) (playback singer)
… aka The Labourer
Pasand Apni Apni (1983) (playback singer)
… aka Our Choice
Pukar (1983) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Call (International: English title)
Razia Sultan (1983) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Sadma (1983) (playback singer)
Anokha Bandhan (1982) (playback singer)
Swami Dada (1982) (playback singer)
… aka The Saint and the Ruffian
Vidhaata (1982) (playback singer)
Deedar-E-Yaar (1982) (playback singer)
… aka My Beloved (India: English title)
Nikaah (1982) (playback singer)
… aka Marriage
Shakti (1982) (playback singer)
Teri Maang Sitaron Se Bhar Doon (1982) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dharam Kanta (1982) (playback singer)
Dil… Akhir Dil Hai (1982) (playback singer)
Insaan (1982) (playback singer)
… aka Man
Sawaal (1982/I) (playback singer)
… aka The Question (India: English title)
Troyee (1982) (playback singer)
Meharbaani (1982) (playback singer)
Sanam Teri Kasam (1982) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka I Swear by My Beloved
… aka Paadagan (India: Tamil title: dubbed version)
Desh Premee (1982) (playback singer)
… aka Desh Premi (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Teesri Aankh (1982) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Rajput (1982) (playback singer)
Shaukeen (1982) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Connoisseurs
Yeh Vaada Raha (1982) (playback singer)
Ashanti (1982) (playback singer)
Ustadi Ustad Se (1982) (playback singer)
Gopichand Jasoos (1982) (playback singer)
Jeevan Dhaara (1982) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Satte Pe Satta (1982) (playback singer)
Angoor (1982) (playback singer)
Baghavat (1982) (playback singer)
… aka The Rebellion (India: English title)
Barrister (1982) (playback singer)
Bheegi Palkein (1982) (playback singer)
Daulat (1982) (playback singer)
Dil-E-Nadaan (1982) (playback singer)
… aka Mysterious Manoeuvre (India: English title)
… aka The Mischievous Heart (India: English title)
Girl from India (1982) (playback singer)
… aka Man from Africa and Girl from India (UK)
Main Intequam Loonga (1982) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Mangal Pandey (1982) (playback singer)
Namak Halaal (1982) (playback singer)
Namkeen (1982) (playback singer)
Pyaas (1982) (playback singer)
… aka Thirst (International: English title)
Rustom (1982) (playback singer)
… aka The Champion (India: English title)
Samraat (1982) (playback singer)
Shiv Charan (1982) (playback singer)
Sumbandh (1982) (playback singer)
… aka Sambandh (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Teri Meri Kahani (1982) (TV) (playback singer)
Ucha Dar Babe Nanak Da (1982) (playback singer)
Vijeta (1982) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsale)
… aka Conquest (International: English title)
Yeh To Kamaal Ho Gaya (1982) (playback singer)
Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hai (1981) (playback singer)
Kaalia (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Be-Shaque (1981) (playback singer)
Ek Aur Ek Gyarah (1981) (playback singer)
Meri Aawaz Suno (1981) (playback singer)
Aapas Ki Baat (1981) (playback singer)
Gehra Zakhm (1981) (playback singer)
Fiffty Fiffty (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Fifty Fifty (India: Hindi title: correct spelling)
Shakka (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Ek Hi Bhool (1981) (playback singer)
Khuda Kasam (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Ghungroo Ki Awaaz (1981) (playback singer)
… aka The Tinkling of Anklets (India: English title)
Baseraa (1981) (playback singer)
Prem Geet (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Sahhas (1981) (playback singer)
Jail Yatra (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Pyaasa Sawan (1981) (playback singer)
Hotel (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dard (Conflict of Emotions) (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Dard (India: Hindi title: TV title)
Yeh Rishta Na Tootay (1981) (playback singer)
Harjaee (1981) (playback singer)
… aka Harjai (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Daasi (1981) (playback singer)
… aka The Maid Servant (India: English title)
Dahshat (1981) (playback singer)
… aka Terror (India: English title)
Itni Si Baat (1981) (playback singer)
Laawaris (1981) (playback singer)
Biwi O Biwi (1981) (playback singer)
… aka Biwi-O-Biwi (India: Hindi title: short title)
Rocky (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Khoon Aur Paani (1981) (playback singer)
Kudrat (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Nature
Ladies Tailor (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Chorni (1981) (playback singer)
Naseeb (1981) (playback singer)
… aka Destiny
Chehre Pe Chehra (1981) (playback singer)
… aka Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (India: English title)
Naram Garam (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Roohi (1981) (playback singer)
Barsaat Ki Ek Raat (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Anusandhan (India: Bengali title)
Krodhi (1981) (playback singer)
Saajan Ki Saheli (1981) (playback singer)
Kanhaiyaa (1981) (playback singer)
Arati (1981) (playback singer)
Bezubaan (1981) (playback singer)
… aka The Mute
Dhuaan (1981) (playback singer)
Garvi Naar Gujaratan (1981) (playback singer)
… aka Garvi Naar Gujarat Ni (India: Gujarati title: alternative transliteration)
Katilon Ke Kaatil (1981) (playback singer)
Love Story (1981) (playback singer)
Maan Gaye Ustaad (1981) (playback singer)
Mahabali Hanuman (1981) (playback singer)
Mahfil (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Professor Pyarelal (1981) (main playback singer)
Sansani: The Sensation (1981) (playback singer)
Umrao Jaan (1981) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsale)
Walayati Babu (1981) (playback singer)
Waqt Ki Deewar (1981) (playback singer)
Jwalamukhi (1980) (playback singer)
Shaan (1980) (playback singer)
Aap To Aise Na The (1980) (playback singer)
Insaf Ka Tarazu (1980) (playback singer)
… aka The Scales of Justice
Dostana (1980) (playback singer)
… aka Buddies (India: English title)
Aanchal (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Neeyat (1980) (playback singer)
Apne Paraye (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Relatives and Others
Jal Mahal (1980) (playback singer)
Qurbani (1980) (playback singer)
Sitara (1980) (playback singer)
Karz (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Jyoti Bane Jwala (1980) (playback singer)
Alibaba Aur 40 Chor (1980) (playback singer)
… aka Приключения Али-Бабы и сорока разбойников (Soviet Union: Russian title)
… aka Adventures of Ali-Baba and the Forty Thieves
… aka Alibaba Aur Chalis Chor (India: Hindi title)
Red Rose (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Thodisi Bewafaii (1980) (playback singer)
… aka Thodisi Bewafai (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
The Burning Train (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Chunaoti (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Saboot (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Evidence (India: English title)
Do Aur Do Paanch (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Kali Ghata (1980) (playback singer)
Do Premee (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Two Lovers (India: English title)
Abdullah (1980) (playback singer)
Aman Laxmi (1980) (playback singer)
… aka Abhan Laxmi (India: Gujarati title: alternative transliteration)
Beqasoor (1980) (playback singer)
Bombay 405 Miles (1980) (playback singer)
Bulundi (1980) (playback singer)
Chann Pardesi (1980) (playback singer)
… aka Sindoor Ki Keemat (India: Hindi title)
Judaai (1980) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Khubsoorat (1980) (playback singer)
… aka Beautiful (India: English title: literal title)
Maang Bharo Sajana (1980) (playback singer)
Nazrana Pyar Ka (1980) (playback singer)
Ram Balram (1980/I) (playback singer)
… aka Ram and Belram
Yeh Kaisa Insaaf (1980) (playback singer)

Do Shikaari (1979) (playback singer)
Nauker (1979) (playback singer)
… aka Naukar (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Hum Tere Ashiq Hain (1979) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Suhaag (1979) (playback singer)
… aka Sign of Marriage
Yuvraaj (1979) (playback singer)
Bin Phere Hum Tere (1979) (playback singer)
Duniya Meri Jeb Mein (1979) (playback singer)
Manzil (1979) (playback singer)
… aka Destination
Kartavya (1979) (playback singer)
Jurmana (1979) (playback singer)
Baton Baton Mein (1979) (playback singer)
… aka A Casual Affair
Jhoota Kahin Ka (1979) (playback singer)
Bhakti Mein Shakti (1979) (playback singer)
The Great Gambler (1979) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Gautam Govinda (1979) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Prem Bandhan (1979) (playback singer)
… aka Victim of Love (International: English title)
Sarkari Mehmaan (1979) (playback singer)
Amar Deep (1979) (playback singer)
Har Har Gange (1979) (playback singer)
Jaani Dushman (1979) (playback singer)
… aka Beloved Enemy (India: English title)
Kunwara Mama (1979) (playback singer)
… aka Bachelor Uncle
Mr. Natwarlal (1979) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Muqabla (1979) (playback singer)
… aka Muqabala (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Noorie (1979) (playback singer)
… aka A Girl Called Noorie (India: English title)
Raakhi Ki Saugandh (1979) (playback singer)
Ratnadeep (1979) (playback singer)
… aka The Jewelled Lamp
Shabhash Daddy (1979) (playback singer)
Bhookh (1978) (playback singer)
Saajan Bina Suhagan (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar (1978) (playback singer)
Dil Aur Deewaar (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Heart and the Wall
Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki (1978) (playback singer)
… aka I Am a Tulsi Plant in Your Courtyard (India: English title)
Anpadh (1978) (playback singer)
Pati Patni Aur Woh (1978) (playback singer)
… aka The Husband, Wife and Mistress
Phandebaaz (1978) (playback singer)
… aka Phande Baaz (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Do Musafir (1978) (playback singer)
Damaad (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Naukri (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Anjane Mein (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Bhola Bhala (1978) (playback singer)
Don (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Kasme Vaade (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Sworn Promises (India: English title)
Bandie (1978) (playback singer)
Tumhari Kassam (1978) (playback singer)
… aka An Oath on Your Head
Aakhri Daku (1978) (playback singer)
Naya Daur (1978) (playback singer)
… aka The New Age
Ghar (1978) (playback singer)
… aka Home (International: English title)
Ganga Ki Saugand (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Darwaza (1978) (playback singer)
… aka The Door (India: English title)
Vishwanath (1978) (playback singer)
Amar Shakti (1978) (playback singer)
Chor Ho To Aisa (1978) (playback singer)
Dhyanu Bhagat (1978) (playback singer)
Heeralal Pannalal (1978) (playback singer)
Kaala Aadmi (1978) (playback singer)
Karmayogi (1978) (playback singer)
Muqaddar (1978) (playback singer)
Parmatma (1978) (playback singer)
Phool Khile Hain Gulshan Gulshan (1978) (playback singer)
Ram Kasam (1978) (playback singer)
Shalimar (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Deadly Thief (video title)
… aka Raiders of Shalimar (USA)
… aka Raiders of the Sacred Stone (USA: DVD box title)
Swarg Narak (1978) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Pandit Aur Pathan (1977) (playback singer)
Jay-Vejay: Part – II (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Palkon Ki Chhaon Mein (1977) (playback singer)
Parvarish (1977) (playback singer)
Hum Kisise Kum Naheen (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Mukti (1977/I) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Hatyara (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Kotwal Saab (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Hira Aur Patthar (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Jewel and the Stone
Chhailla Babu (1977) (playback singer)
Dhoop Chhaon (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Yehi Hai Zindagi (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Yehi Hai Zindagi (India: Hindi title: video box title)
Aaina (1977/I) (playback singer)
Khoon Pasina (1977) (playback singer)
… aka Blood Sweat (India: English title)
Immaan Dharam (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Imaan Dharam (India: Hindi title: video box title)
Aadmi Sadak Ka (1977) (playback singer)
Aakhri Goli (1977) (playback singer)
Ab Kya Hoga (1977) (playback singer)
Agar… If (1977) (playback singer)
… aka If (India: English title)
Amaanat (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka In Custody
Anand Ashram (1977/I) (playback singer)
Chacha Bhatija (1977) (playback singer)
Chakkar Pe Chakkar (1977) (playback singer)
Chala Murari Hero Banne (1977) (playback singer)
Chalta Purza (1977) (playback singer)
Chandi Sona (1977) (playback singer)
Chor Sipahee (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dharam Veer (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dildaar (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Large-Hearted
Do Chehere (1977) (playback singer)
Do Sholay (1977) (playback singer)
Dream Girl (1977) (playback singer)
Ek Hi Raasta (1977) (playback singer)
… aka The Only Road (India: English title)
Farishta Ya Qatil (1977) (playback singer)
Gayatri Mahima (1977) (playback singer)
… aka The Greatness of Gayatri
Inkaar (1977) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Jeevan Mukt (1977) (playback singer)
Kachcha Chor (1977) (playback singer)
Kalabaaz (1977) (playback singer)
Karm (1977) (playback singer)
Kulvadhu (1977) (playback singer)
Maha Badmaash (1977) (playback singer)
Ram Bharose (1977) (playback singer)
Sandhya Tara (1977) (playback singer)
Vishwasghaat (1977) (playback singer)
… aka The Betrayal
Yaaron Ka Yaar (1977) (playback singer)
… aka A Friends’ Friend
Bullet (1976) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dhongee (1976) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Udhar Ka Sindur (1976) (playback singer)
Hera Pheri (1976) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Fakira (1976) (playback singer)
Shankar Dada (1976) (playback singer)
Charas (1976) (playback singer)
Bhanwar (1976) (playback singer)
Dus Numbri (1976) (playback singer)
Kalicharan (1976) (playback singer)
Nagin (1976) (playback singer)
Aaj Ka Mahaatma (1976) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Aaram Haram Aahe! (1976) (playback singer)
Bairaag (1976) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Bajrangbali (1976) (playback singer)
… aka Hail Lord Hanuman
… aka Jai Bajrang Bali
Balika Badhu (1976) (playback singer)
… aka The Young Wife (International: English title)
Bhadar Tara Vehata Paani (1976) (playback singer)
… aka Bhadar Tara Vehta Pani (India: Gujarati title: alternative transliteration)
Bhagwan Samaye Sansar Mein (1976) (playback singer)
Bhoola Bhatka (1976) (playback singer)
Bundal Baaz (1976) (playback singer)
Deewaangee (1976) (playback singer)
Ek Se Badhkar Ek (1976) (playback singer)
… aka One Better Than the Other
Harfan Maulaa (1976) (playback singer)
Jeevan Jyoti (1976) (playback singer)
Kadambari (1976) (playback singer)
Khalifa (1976) (playback singer)
Maha Chor (1976) (playback singer)
… aka The Big Thief
Nehle Pe Dehla (1976) (playback singer)
… aka Oneupmanship (India: English title)
Shankar Shambhu (1976) (playback singer)
Shaque (1976) (playback singer)
Mausam (1975) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dharam Karam (1975) (playback singer)
Faraar (1975) (playback singer)
Kala Sona (1975) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Qaid (1975) (playback singer)
… aka Imprisonment
Zakhmee (1975) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Zakhmee (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
… aka Zakhmi (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Aakraman (1975) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Khushboo (1975) (playback singer)
Chori Mera Kaam (1975) (playback singer)
Amanush (1975/I) (playback singer)
Julie (1975) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsale)
Zameer (1975) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Conscience
Anari (1975) (playback singer)
Rafoo Chakkar (1975) (playback singer)
… aka The Runaways
Andhera (1975) (playback singer)
… aka The Darkness (India: English title)
Chhoti Si Baat (1975) (playback singer)
… aka A Little Affair
… aka A Trifle
Deewaar (1975) (playback singer)
… aka I’ll Die for Mama
… aka Wall
Do Jasoos (1975) (playback singer)
Geet Gaata Chal (1975) (playback singer)
Jaggu (1975) (playback singer)
Kahte Hain Mujhko Raja (1975) (playback singer)
Khel Khel Mein (1975) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Lafange (1975) (playback singer)
Mere Sajna (1975) (playback singer)
Mere Sartaj (1975) (playback singer)
Ponga Pandit (1975) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Raftaar (1975) (playback singer)
Ranga Khush (1975) (playback singer)
Saazish (1975) (playback singer)
Salaakhen (1975) (playback singer)
Samaya (1975) (playback singer)
Teri Meri Ik Jindri (1975) (playback singer)
Zorro (1975/II) (playback singer)
Majboor (1974) (playback singer)
Benaam (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Nameless
Bidaai (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Ajanabee (1974) (playback singer)
Call Girl (1974) (playback singer)
Resham Ki Dori (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Silk Thread
5 Rifles (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Kasauti (1974) (playback singer)
International Crook (1974) (playback singer)
Sagina (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Doosri Sita (1974) (playback singer)
… aka Doosri Seeta (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Prem Nagar (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Naya Din Nai Raat (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka New Day, New Night
Do Phool (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Chor Machaye Shor (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Geetaa Mera Naam (1974) (playback singer)
… aka My Name Is Geeta
Manoranjan (1974) (playback singer)
36 Ghante (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Albeli (1974) (playback singer)
Bhagat Dhanna Jatt (1974) (playback singer)
… aka Devout Dhanna Jatt
Charitraheen (1974) (playback singer)
… aka Characterless (India: English title)
Do Aankhen (1974) (playback singer)
Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam (1974) (playback singer)
Hawas (1974) (playback singer)
… aka Lust (International: English title)
Humshakal (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Imaan (1974) (playback singer)
… aka Honour
Ishq Ishq Ishq (1974) (playback singer)
Jurm Aur Sazaa (1974) (playback singer)
… aka Crime and Punishment
Madhosh (1974) (playback singer)
Mr. Romeo (1974) (playback singer)
Paise Ki Gudiya (1974) (playback singer)
… aka Ghunghat Aur Ghunghroo
Pocket Maar (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye (1974) (playback singer)
Shandaar (1974) (playback singer)
Trimurti (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Ujala Hi Ujala (1974) (playback singer)
Us-Paar (1974) (playback singer)
… aka Across the River
Woh Main Nahin (1974) (playback singer)
Zehreela Insaan (1974) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Namak Haraam (1973) (playback singer)
… aka The Ungrateful
… aka Traitor
Jwar Bhata (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Joshila (1973) (playback singer)
… aka Zesty
Avishkaar (1973) (playback singer)
… aka Discovery
Jheel Ke Us Paar (1973) (playback singer)
Gehri Chaal (1973) (playback singer)
… aka Mysterious Manoeuvre (India: English title)
Zanjeer (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Chain
Chhupa Rustam (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha)
… aka Dark Horse
Anhonee (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Banarasi Babu (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Loafer (1973) (playback singer)
Dhund (1973) (playback singer)
… aka Fog
… aka Trance
Raja Rani (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Anamika (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Girl Without a Name (India: English title)
Anokhi Ada (1973) (playback singer)
Bandhe Haath (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Barkha Bahar (1973) (playback singer)
Chalaak (1973) (playback singer)
Chhalia (1973) (playback singer)
Gaai Aur Gori (1973) (playback singer)
Ghulam Begam Badshah (1973) (playback singer)
Heera Panna (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Rare Jewels
Honeymoon (1973) (playback singer)
Jaise Ko Taisa (1973) (playback singer)
Kahani Kismat Ki (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Kashmakash (1973) (playback singer)
Keemat (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Mahasati Savitri (1973) (playback singer)
… aka Pious Savitri
Man Jeete Jag Jeet (1973) (playback singer)
Mere Gharib Nawaz (1973) (playback singer)
Naina (1973) (playback singer)
Naya Nasha (1973) (playback singer)
Phagun (1973) (playback singer)
Rani Aur Jaani (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Rickshawala (1973) (playback singer)
Saudagar (1973) (playback singer)
… aka Trader
Shareef Budmaash (1973) (playback singer)
Vishnu Puran (1973) (playback singer)
Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Yauwan (1973) (playback singer)
Jangal Mein Mangal (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Gomti Ke Kinare (1972) (playback singer)
Parichay (1972) (playback singer)
Milap (1972) (playback singer)
Joroo Ka Ghulam (1972) (playback singer)
… aka Wife’s Servant
Raampur Ka Lakshman (1972) (playback singer)
… aka Raampur Ka Lakshman (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Jawani Diwani (1972) (playback singer)
… aka The Madness of Youth
Lalkar (The Challenge) (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Bhai Ho To Aisa (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Aankhon Aankhon Mein (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Bombay to Goa (1972) (playback singer)
Dastaan (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Story
Apna Desh (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Your Country (International: English title)
Apradh (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Be-Imaan (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Dharkan (1972) (playback singer)
Dil Daulat Duniya (1972) (playback singer)
… aka Love, Wealth and the World
Dil Ka Raaja (1972) (playback singer)
Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche (1972) (playback singer)
… aka Two Yards Under the Ground (India: English title)
Double Cross (1972) (playback singer)
Do Yaar (1972) (playback singer)
Ek Bar Mooskura Do (1972) (playback singer)
Ek Bechara (1972) (playback singer)
Gaon Hamara Shaher Tumhara (1972) (playback singer)
Garam Masala (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Hot Spices
Haar Jeet (1972) (playback singer)
Mere Jeevan Saathi (1972) (playback singer)
… aka My Life Partner
Mome Ki Gudiya (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Naag Panchami (1972) (playback singer)
Raaste Kaa Patthar (1972) (playback singer)
Rakhi Aur Hathkadi (1972) (playback singer)
Samadhi (1972) (playback singer)
Sazaa (1972) (playback singer)
Seeta Aur Geeta (1972) (playback singer)
… aka Seeta and Geeta
… aka Sita Aur Gita (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Subha-O-Sham (1972) (playback singer)
Tangewala (1972) (playback singer)
Wafaa (1972) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Lal Patthar (1971) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Haré Raama Haré Krishna (1971) (playback singer)
… aka Praise Rama Praise Krishna
Hungama (1971) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Nadaan (1971) (playback singer)
Rakhwala (1971) (playback singer)
Preetam (1971) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Chhoti Bahu (1971) (playback singer)
Tere Mere Sapne (1971) (playback singer)
… aka Our Dreams
Adhikar (1971/I) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka A Privilege
… aka Justice (International: English title: informal literal title)
Andaz (1971) (playback singer)
… aka The Gesture
Banphool (1971) (playback singer)
… aka Forest Flower
Bikhare Moti (1971) (playback singer)
Buddha Mil Gaya (1971) (playback singer)
Caravan (1971) (playback singer)
… aka Karwan (India: Hindi title)
Ek Nari Ek Brahmachari (1971) (playback singer)
Elaan (1971) (playback singer)
Haseenon Ka Devata (1971) (playback singer)
Jawan Muhabat (1971) (playback singer)
Johar Mehmood in Hong Kong (1971) (playback singer)
Jwala (1971) (playback singer)
Kal Aaj Aur Kal (1971) (playback singer)
Kathputli (1971) (playback singer)
… aka String Puppet
Lakhon Me Ek (1971) (playback singer)
Main Sunder Hoon (1971) (playback singer)
Man Mandir (1971) (playback singer)
Maryada (1971) (playback singer)
Paras (1971) (playback singer)
Paraya Dhan (1971) (playback singer)
Parde Ke Peechey (1971) (playback singer)
Parwana (1971) (playback singer)
Preet Ki Dori (1971) (playback singer)
Reshma Aur Shera (1971) (playback singer)
… aka Reshma and Shera (International: English title)
Saat Sawal Yane Haatim Tai (1971) (playback singer)
… aka Saat Sawal (India: Hindi title: short title)
Saaz Aur Sanam (1971) (playback singer)
Sanjog (1971) (playback singer)
Sharmeelee (1971) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Sharmilee (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Shri Krishna Leela (1971) (playback singer)
… aka Sree Krishnaleela (India: Malayalam title: dubbed version)
Aan Milo Sajna (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Bombay Talkie (1970) (playback singer)
Johny Mera Naam (1970) (playback singer)
Mastana (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Tum Haseen Main Jawan (1970) (playback singer)
Abhinetri (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsale)
Kab? Kyoon? Aur Kahan? (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Kab Kyon Aur Kahan (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Sachaa Jhutha (1970) (playback singer)
… aka Truth and Falsehood (India: English title)
Maa Aur Mamta (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
The Train (1970/I) (playback singer)
Khilona (1970) (playback singer)
Aag Aur Daag (1970) (playback singer)
Bhai-Bhai (1970) (playback singer)
… aka Brothers (India: English title)
Darpan (1970) (playback singer)
Devi (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Ehsan (1970) (playback singer)
Ganwaar (1970) (playback singer)
Geet (1970) (playback singer)
… aka The Song
Himmat (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Humjoli (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhoshle)
Ilzam (1970) (playback singer)
Insaan Aur Shaitan (1970) (playback singer)
Ishq Par Zor Nahin (1970) (playback singer)
Jawab (1970) (playback singer)
Kati Patang (1970) (playback singer)
Maa Ka Aanchal (1970) (playback singer)
Maharaja (1970) (playback singer)
Man Ki Aankhen (1970) (playback singer)
Mera Naam Joker (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka My Name Is Joker (USA: informal literal title)
Mere Humsafar (1970) (playback singer)
Moojrim (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Criminal (International: English title)
My Love (1970) (playback singer)
Naya Raasta (1970) (playback singer)
… aka The New Road (International: English title)
Pagla Kahin Ka (1970) (playback singer)
Pavitra Paapi (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Purab Aur Pachhim (1970) (playback singer)
Raaton Ka Raja (1970) (playback singer)
Sawan Bhadon (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Sharafat (1970) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Suhana Safar (1970) (playback singer)
Yaadgaar (1970) (playback singer)

Aradhana (1969) (playback singer)
‘Sambandh’ (1969) (playback singer)
Aadmi Aur Insaan (1969) (playback singer)
… aka Man and Humanity
Aansoo Ban Gaye Phool (1969) (playback singer)
… aka Tears Have Become Flowers
Anmol Moti (1969) (playback singer)
Aya Sawan Jhoom Ke (1969) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Badi Didi (1969) (playback singer)
Bhai Bahen (1969) (playback singer)
… aka Brother and Sister
Do Bhai (1969) (playback singer)
… aka Two Brothers
Doli (1969) (playback singer)
Ek Phool Do Mali (1969) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Ek Shriman Ek Shrimati (1969) (playback singer)
Jeene Ki Raah (1969) (playback singer)
Kanyadaan (1969) (playback singer)
Madhavi (1969) (playback singer)
Mahal (1969) (playback singer)
… aka The Mansion (International: English title)
Mahua (1969) (playback singer)
Nanak Nam Jahaz Hai (1969) (playback singer)
Nannha Farishta (1969) (playback singer)
Prince (1969) (playback singer)
Pyar Hi Pyar (1969) (playback singer)
Pyar Ka Sapna (1969) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Pyasi Sham (1969) (playback singer)
Sachaai (1969) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Shart (1969) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Shatranj (1969) (playback singer)
Talash (1969) (playback singer)
The Thief of Baghdad (1969) (playback singer)
Vishwas (1969) (playback singer)
Waris (1969) (playback singer)
Yakeen (1969) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Confirmation
Duniya (1968) (playback singer)
Aabroo (1968) (playback singer)
Aashirwad (1968) (playback singer)
… aka The Blessing (International: English title)
Abhilasha (1968) (playback singer)
… aka Desire (International: English title: informal literal title)
Ankhen (1968) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Eyes (International: English title)
Anokhi Raat (1968) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhosale)
Aulad (1968) (playback singer)
Baazi (1968) (playback singer)
Bombai Raat Ke Bahon Mein (1968) (playback singer)
… aka Bombay by Night
Dil Aur Mohabbat (1968) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Do Kaliyaan (1968) (playback singer)
Gauri (1968) (playback singer)
Haseena Maan Jayegi (1968) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Humsaya (1968) (playback singer)
Izzat (1968) (playback singer)
Jhuk Gaya Aasman (1968) (playback singer)
Kismat (1968) (playback singer)
Man Ka Meet (1968) (playback singer)
Mere Huzoor (1968) (playback singer)
Neel Kamal (1968) (playback singer)
Padosan (1968) (playback singer)
Parivar (1968) (playback singer)
Raja Aur Runk (1968) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Sadhu Aur Shaitaan (1968) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Sage and the Devil
Shikar (1968) (playback singer)
… aka The Hunt
Shrimanji (1968) (playback singer)
Suhaag Raat (1968) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Sunghursh (1968) (playback singer)
… aka Sangharsh (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
… aka Sunghursh (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Teri Talash Mein (1968) (playback singer)
Jewel Thief (1967) (playback singer) (as Asha)
Hamraaz (1967/I) (playback singer)
… aka Confidant (USA: informal English title)
… aka Confidante
… aka Humraaz (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Aag (1967) (playback singer)
… aka Fire (International: English title: informal literal title)
Abhishapta Chambal (1967) (playback singer)
An Evening in Paris (1967) (playback singer)
… aka Paris Ki Ek Shyam (India: Hindi title)
Aurat (1967) (playback singer)
… aka Woman (International: English title)
Badrinath Yatra (1967) (playback singer)
Baharon Ke Sapne (1967) (playback singer)
Bahu Begum (1967) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Bai Mee Bholi (1967) (playback singer)
Chandan Ka Palna (1967) (playback singer)
Chhoti Si Mulaqat (1967) (playback singer)
C.I.D. 909 (1967) (playback singer)
Deva Tuzhi Sonyachi Jejuri (1967) (playback singer)
… aka God Your Jejuri Is Made of Gold
Dil Ne Pukara (1967) (playback singer)
Dulhan Ek Raat Ki (1967) (playback singer)
… aka Bride for a Night (International: English title)
Farz (1967) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsley)
… aka Duty
Ghar Ka Chirag (1967) (playback singer)
Hare Kanch Ki Chooriyan (1967) (playback singer)
Jaal (1967) (playback singer)
… aka The Net (International: English title)
Latt Saheb (1967) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Lat Sahib (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Lav-Kush (1967) (playback singer)
Nai Roshni (1967) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka New Light (India: English title)
Naunihal (1967) (playback singer)
Palki (1967) (playback singer)
Patthar Ke Sanam (1967) (playback singer)
… aka The Heart that Is Made of Stone (India: English title)
… aka The Stone-Hearted Beloved (India: English title)
Ram Aur Shyam (1967) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsley)
… aka Ram and Shyam (India: English title)
Upkar (1967) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhosley)
… aka Good Deed (International: English title)
… aka Sangam Upkar (India: Hindi title)
Wahan Ke Log (1967) (playback singer)
… aka The Aliens
Woh Koi Aur Hoga (1967) (playback singer)
Kal Tumi Aleya (1966) (playback singer)
Aaye Din Bahar Ke (1966) (playback singer)
Suraj (1966) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Aasra (1966) (playback singer)
Anupama (1966) (playback singer)
Baharen Phir Bhi Aayengi (1966) (playback singer)
Biradari (1966) (playback singer)
Budtameez (1966) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Budtameez (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Devar (1966) (playback singer)
Dil Diya Dard Liya (1966) (playback singer)
Dillagi (1966) (playback singer)
… aka Mischief (International: English title)
Dil Ne Phir Yaad Kiya (1966) (playback singer)
Do Badan (1966) (playback singer)
… aka Two Bodies (India: English title)
Do Dilon Ki Dastaan (1966) (playback singer)
Dus Lakh (1966) (playback singer)
Husn Aur Ishq alias Alif Laila (1966) (playback singer)
Ladka Ladki (1966) (playback singer)
Mamta (1966) (playback singer)
… aka Motherhood (International: English title)
Mera Saaya (1966) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka My Shadow (India: English title)
Mohabbat Zindagi Hai (1966) (playback singer)
… aka Love Is Life (India: English title)
Neend Hamari Khwab Tumhare (1966) (playback singer)
Pati Patni (1966) (playback singer)
Phool Aur Patthar (1966) (playback singer)
Pinjre Ke Panchhi (1966) (playback singer)
Pyar Kiye Jaa (1966) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Carry on Loving (India: English title)
Sawan Ki Ghata (1966) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Smuggler (1966) (playback singer)
Tasveer (1966) (playback singer)
Teesri Kasam (1966) (playback singer)
… aka The Third Oath
… aka The Third Vow
Teesri Manzil (1966) (playback singer)
… aka The Third Floor
Thakur Jarnail Singh (1966) (playback singer)
Yeh Raat Phir Na Aaygi (1966) (playback singer)
… aka This Night Will Not Come Again
Zimbo Ka Beta (1966) (playback singer)
… aka Zimbo Finds a Son (India: English title)
Oonche Log (1965) (playback singer)
Waqt (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Time
Arzoo (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Love in Kashmir
Bahu Beti (1965) (playback singer)
Bedaag (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Chand Aur Suraj (1965) (playback singer)
Ek Saal Pehle (1965) (playback singer)
Gumnaam (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Unknown (India: English title)
Janwar (1965) (playback singer)
… aka Jaanwar (India: Hindi title: video title)
… aka Janwaar (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Kaajal (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Khandan (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Aristocratic Family
Mahabharat (1965) (playback singer)
Mere Sanam (1965) (playback singer)
… aka My Beloved (International: English title)
Mohabbat Isko Kahete Hain (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Neela Aakash (1965) (playback singer)
Nishan (1965) (playback singer)
… aka The Flag
Poonam Ki Raat (1965) (playback singer)
Rustom-E-Hind (1965) (playback singer)
Sher Dil (1965) (playback singer)
Sikandar E Azam (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Tarzan Comes to Delhi (1965) (playback singer)
… aka Tarzan Delhi Mein (India: Hindi title)
Teen Devian (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Teen Sardar (1965) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Teesra Kaun (1965) (playback singer)
Cha Cha Cha (1964) (playback singer)
Rajkumar (1964) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Raaj Kumar (USA: DVD box title)
Maain Bhi Ladki Hun (1964) (playback singer)
Benazir (1964) (playback singer)
Aap Ki Parchhaiyan (1964) (playback singer)
Apne Huye Paraye (1964) (playback singer)
Ayee Milan Ki Bela (1964) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Beti Bete (1964) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Chitralekha (1964) (playback singer)
Darasingh: Ironman (1964) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Darasingh (India: Hindi title: short title)
Door Gagan Ki Chhaon Mein (1964) (playback singer)
Door Ki Awaaz (1964) (playback singer)
Gazal (1964) (playback singer)
Geet Gaaya Pattharonne (1964) (playback singer)
… aka Geet Gaya Pattharon Ne (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Kaise Kahoon (1964) (playback singer)
… aka How Can I Say?
Kashmir Ki Kali (1964) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Khufia Mahal (1964) (playback singer) (as Asha Mangeshkar)
Kohraa (1964) (playback singer)
Leader (1964) (playback singer)
Rustom-E-Rome (1964) (playback singer)
Sharabi (1964) (playback singer)
Woh Kaun Thi? (1964) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Who Was She? (India: English title)
Ziddi (1964) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Stubborn Girl
Aaj Aur Kal (1963) (playback singer)
… aka Today or Tomorrow (International: English title: informal literal title)
Akeli Mat Jaiyo (1963) (playback singer)
Amar Rahe Yeh Pyaar (1963) (playback singer)
Awara Abdulla (1963) (playback singer)
Bandini (1963) (playback singer) (uncredited)
Begaana (1963) (playback singer)
Bharosa (1963) (playback singer)
Dil Hi To Hai (1963) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Faulad (1963) (playback singer)
Gehra Daag (1963) (playback singer)
Gumrah (1963) (playback singer)
… aka Andhi Jawani
Holiday in Bombay (1963) (playback singer)
Kinare Kinare (1963) (playback singer)
… aka On the Shore
Mere Arman Mere Sapne (1963) (playback singer)
Mere Mehboob (1963) (playback singer)
… aka H.S.Rawail’s Mere Mehboob (India: Hindi title: complete title)
… aka My Beloved (UK: subtitle)
Meri Surat Teri Ankhen (1963) (playback singer)
Mujhe Jeene Do (1963) (playback singer)
… aka Cry for Life
Nartakee (1963) (playback singer)
… aka Dancer
Phir Wohi Dil Laya Hoon (1963) (playback singer)
Pyar Ka Bandhan (1963) (playback singer) (as Asha)
Rustom Sohrab (1963) (playback singer)
Sehra (1963) (playback singer)
Shikari (1963) (playback singer)
Taj Mahal (1963) (playback singer)
Tere Ghar Ke Samne (1963) (playback singer) (as Asha)
… aka In Front of Your House
Ustadon Ke Ustad (1963) (playback singer)
… aka Conman’s Conman
Yeh Rastey Hain Pyar Ke (1963) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Aarti (1962) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Anpadh (1962) (playback singer)
Apna Banake Dekho (1962) (playback singer)
Baat Ek Raat Ki (1962) (playback singer)
China Town (1962) (playback singer) (as Asha)
Ek Musafir Ek Hasina (1962) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka One Traveller, One Beauty (India: English title)
Hariyali Aur Rasta (1962) (playback singer)
… aka The Greenery and the Road
Professor (1962) (playback singer)
Raaz Ki Baat (1962) (playback singer)
Rakhi (1962) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Filial Bond
Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam (1962) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka King, Queen and Slave
… aka Master, Mistress and Servant (India: English title: informal literal title)
Ummeed (1962) (playback singer)
… aka Hope
Vardakshina (1962) (playback singer)
Apsara (1961) (playback singer)
Batwara (1961) (playback singer)
Dharmputra (1961) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Gharana (1961) (playback singer)
Gunga Jumna (1961) (play back) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Ganga Jamuna (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Hum Dono (1961) (playback singer)
… aka We Two (International: English title)
Jhumroo (1961) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Junglee (1961) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Uncouth (India: English title)
Kanch Ki Gudiya (1961) (playback singer)
Maya (1961) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Nazrana (1961) (playback singer)
… aka The Gift (India: English title)
Pyaar Ka Saagar (1961) (playback singer)
… aka Pyar Ka Sagar (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Pyar Ki Pyas (1961) (playback singer)
Razia Sultana (1961) (playback singer)
Reshmi Rumal (1961) (playback singer)
… aka The Silk Handkerchief
Sampoorna Ramayana (1961) (playback singer) (uncredited)
Shola Aur Shabnam (1961) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Stree (1961) (playback singer)
Bahaana (1960) (playback singer)
… aka Bahaana (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Barsaat Ki Raat (1960) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Bewaqoof (1960) (playback singer)
Bombai Ka Babu (1960) (playback singer)
… aka Bambai Ka Babu (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
… aka Man from Bombay (India: English title)
Chaudhary Karnail Singh (1960) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Chaudhvin Ka Chand (1960) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Full Moon (UK)
… aka The Moon of the Fourteenth
Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai (1960) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Ek Ke Baad Ek (1960) (playback singer)
Jaali Note (1960) (playback singer) (uncredited)
Jis Desh Men Ganga Behti Hai (1960) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka This Country Where the Ganges Flows (International: English title)
Kala Bazar (1960) (playback singer)
… aka Kaala Bazaar (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
… aka The Black Market
Kalpana (1960) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Inheritance (International: English title)
Kohinoor (1960) (playback singer)
Love in Simla (1960) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Manzil (1960) (playback singer)
… aka Destination (International: English title)
Mitti Mein Sona (1960) (playback singer)
Miya Bibi Razi (1960) (playback singer)
Saranga (1960) (playback singer)
Sarhad (1960) (playback singer)

Fashionable Wife (1959) (playback singer)
Gali Theke Rajpath (1959) (playback singer)
Bank Manager (1959) (playback singer)
Chacha Zindabad (1959) (playback singer)
Chhoti Bahen (1959) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Commander (1959) (playback singer)
Dhool Ka Phool (1959) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Blossom of Dust
… aka Flowers of the Dust
Dil Deke Dekho (1959) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Do Ustad (1959) (playback singer)
Forty Days (1959) (playback singer)
Grihalakshmi (1959) (playback singer)
Insan Jaag Utha (1959) (playback singer)
Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Paper Flowers
Kavi Kalidas (1959) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Maa (1959) (playback singer)
Navrang (1959) (playback singer)
Saata Janmachi Sobti (1959) (playback singer)
Sujata (1959) (playback singer) (uncredited)
… aka Untouchable Girl
Aakhri Dao (1958/I) (playback singer)
Adalat (1958) (playback singer)
… aka The Court of Law (International: English title: informal literal title)
Amar Deep (1958) (playback singer)
Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958) (playback singer)
… aka That Which Runs Is a Car
Chaubees Ghante (1958) (playback singer)
Detective (1958) (playback singer)
Dilli Ka Thug (1958) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsley)
Dulhan (1958) (playback singer)
Ghar Sansar (1958) (playback singer)
… aka Homelife (International: English title)
Howrah Bridge (1958) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsley)
Kalapani (1958) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Kala Pani (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
… aka Life Sentence (India: English title)
Khazanchi (1958) (playback singer)
… aka Treasury
Lajwanti (1958) (playback singer) (uncredited)
Lala Rukh (1958) (playback singer)
Malik (1958) (playback singer)
Mujrim (1958) (playback singer)
… aka Criminal (International: English title)
Naag Champa (1958) (playback singer)
Night Club (1958) (playback singer)
Parvarish (1958) (playback singer)
Pati Parmeshwar (1958) (playback singer)
Phagun (1958) (playback singer)
Phil Subha Hogi (1958) (playback singer)
… aka Phir Subah Hogi (India: Hindi title: correct transliteration)
Raagini (1958) (playback singer)
Sadhna (1958) (playback singer)
… aka The Penance
Solva Saal (1958) (playback singer)
… aka Sixteenth Year (India: English title)
Sone Ki Chidiya (1958) (playback singer)
Zimbo (1958) (playback singer)
Mother India (1957) (playback singer) (uncredited)
… aka Bharat Mata (India: Hindi title)
Aasha (1957) (playback singer)
Ab Dilli Dur Nahin (1957) (playback singer)
Apradhi Kaun? (1957) (playback singer)
Dekh Kabira Roya (1957) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Ek Gaon Ki Kahani (1957) (playback singer)
Ek Jhalak (1957) (playback singer)
Ek-Saal (1957) (playback singer)
Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke (1957) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Johnny Walker (1957) (playback singer)
Mai Baap (1957) (playback singer)
Mera Salaam (1957) (playback singer)
Mirza Sahiban (1957) (playback singer)
Miss Mary (1957) (playback singer)
Mr. X (1957) (playback singer)
Nau Do Gyarah (1957) (playback singer)
… aka Nine Plus Two Makes Eleven
Paying Guest (1957) (playback singer)
Sharada (1957) (playback singer)
Tumsa Nahin Dekha (1957) (playback singer)
Arab Ka Saudagar (1956) (playback singer)
Basant Bahar (1956) (playback singer)
… aka The Flowering of Spring (India: English title)
Chori Chori (1956) (playback singer) (uncredited)
C.I.D. (1956) (playback singer)
Funtoosh (1956) (playback singer)
… aka Funny Man
Halaku (1956) (playback singer)
Insaaf (1956) (playback singer)
… aka Justice (India: English title) (International: English title)
Jagte Raho (1956) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsale)
… aka A Night in the City
… aka Ek Din Raatre
… aka Stay Awake
… aka Under Cover of Night
Mem Sahib (1956) (playback singer)
Shatranj (1956) (playback singer)
Shirin Farhad (1956) (playback singer)
… aka Shirin and Farhad
Sipahsalar (1956) (playback singer)
Shree 420 (1955) (playback singer)
… aka Mister 420 (UK: subtitle)
… aka Mr. 420
… aka Shri 420 (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration)
Baap Re Baap (1955) (playback singer)
Devdas (1955) (playback singer)
Hatimtai Ki Beti (1955) (playback singer)
House No. 44 (1955) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka Ghar Number 44 (India: Hindi title)
Mast Qalandar (1955) (playback singer)
Milap (1955) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
… aka The Union (India: English title)
Railway Platform (1955) (playback singer)
Swami Vivekananda (1955) (playback singer)
Vachan (1955) (playback singer)
Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves (1954) (playback singer)
Amar (1954) (playback singer)
… aka Immortal (India: English title)
Boot Polish (1954) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Chakradhari (1954) (playback singer)
Halla Gulla (1954) (playback singer)
… aka Hullabaloo
Laadla (1954) (playback singer)
Mangu (1954) (playback singer)
Mayurpankh (1954) (playback singer)
Nagin (1954) (playback singer)
Shama Parwana (1954) (playback singer)
Taxi Driver (1954) (playback singer)
Armaan (1953) (playback singer)
Chacha Chowdhury (1953) (playback singer)
Fareb (1953) (playback singer)
Foot Path (1953) (playback singer) (as Asha Bhonsle)
Laila Majnu (1953) (playback singer)
… aka Laila and Majnu
Parineeta (1953) (playback singer) (uncredited)
… aka The Fiancee (International: English title)
Rail Ka Dibba (1953) (playback singer)
… aka Railway Coach
Thokar (1953) (playback singer)
Aladdin Aur Jadui Chirag (1952) (playback singer)
… aka Aladdin & the Wonderful Lamp (India: English title)
Anjaam (1952) (playback singer)
Sangdil (1952) (playback singer)
… aka Jane Eyre
Pyar Ki Baaten (1951) (playback singer)
Saagar (1951) (playback singer)
Shri Ganesh Janma (1951) (playback singer)
… aka In Praise of Lord Ganesh (India: English title)
Shri Vishnu Bhagwan (1951) (playback singer)
Posti (1950) (playback singer)

Chunaria (1948) (playback singer)

Asha Bhosle: Awards

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Asha Bhosle: Awards

Filmfare awards

Asha Bhosle has won seven Filmfare Best Female Playback Awards out of 18 nominations.[17] She won her first two awards in 1967 and 1968, when Lata Mangeshkar still used to accept the award (Mangeshkar asked not to be considered for the award nominations after 1969 to promote new talent). After receiving the award in 1979, Bhosle emulated her elder sister and requested that her name not be considered for the nominations hereafter. Despite this, Bhosle is the most frequent winner of this award to date, tying with Alka Yagnik. She was later given a Special Award for Rangeela in 1996, and the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001. Following is the list of her Filmfare Awards:

Filmfare Best Female Playback Award:
1968: “Garibon ki Suno” (Dus Lakh, 1966)
1969: “Parde Mein Rehne Do” (Shikar, 1968)
1972: “Piya Tu Ab To Aaja” (Caravan, 1971)
1973: “Dum Maro Dum” (Hare Rama Hare Krishna, 1972)
1974: “Hone Lagi Hain Raat” (Naina, 1973)
1975: “Chain Se Humko Kabhi” (Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye, 1974)
1979: “Yeh Mera Dil” (Don, 1978)

Other Awards:
1996 – Special Award (Rangeela, 1995)
2001 – Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award

National Film Awards
Asha has won the National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer twice:
1981: Dil Cheez Kya Hai (Umrao Jaan)
1986: Mera Kuch Samaan (Ijaazat)

Asha Bhosle

Asha Bhosle

Other awards

Asha has won numerous other awards, some of which include:

1987: Nightingale Of Asia Award (from the Indo–Pak Association, UK).
1989: Lata Mangeshkar Award (Government of Madhya Pradesh).
1997: Screen Videocon Award (for the album Jaanam Samajha Karo).
1997: MTV Award (for the album Jaanam Samajha Karo).
1997: Channel V Award (for the album Jaanam Samjha Karo).
1998: Dayawati Modi Award.
1999: Lata Mangeshkar Award (Government of Maharashtra)
2000: Singer of the Millennium (Dubai).
2000: Zee Gold Bollywood Award (for Mujhe Rang De from Thakshak).
2001: MTV Award (for Kambakht Ishq).
2002: BBC Lifetime Achievement Award (presented by the UK Prime Minister Tony Blair).
2002: Zee Cine Award for Best Playback Singer – Female (for Radha Kaise Na Jale from Lagaan).
2002: Zee Cine Special Award for Hall of Fame.
2002: Screen Videocon Award (for Radha Kaise Na Jale from Lagaan).
2002: Sansui Movie Award (for Radha Kaise Na Jale from Lagaan).
2003: Swaralaya Yesudas Award for outstanding contributions to Indian music.
2004: Living Legend Award by the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
2005: MTV Immies, Best Female Pop Act for Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo.
2005: Most Stylish People in Music.

Honours and recognitions

In 1997, Asha became the first Indian singer to be nominated for the Grammy Award, for Legacy, an album with Ustad Ali Akbar Khan.
She has received seventeen Maharashtra State Awards.
She received the Dadasaheb Phalke Award in 2000 for her outstanding contribution to Indian cinema.
She holds honorary doctorates from the University of Amravati and University of Jalgaon in Literature.
She has received The Freddie Mercury Award for Outstanding Achievement in Arts.
The Birmingham Film Festival paid her a special tribute in November 2002.
She was honoured with the Padma Vibhushan by the Government of India.
Asha Bhosle received Padma Vibhushan from President Pratibha Patil on Monday May 5, 2008

Asha Bhosle: Rivalry with Lata Mangeshkar

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Asha Bhosle: Rivalry with Lata Mangeshkar

Asha’s sibling rivalry with her sister Lata Mangeshkar is often talked about, in spite of their insistence that these are just tales. As young children, they were very close. As a child, Lata used to carry Asha all the time. They were so inseparable that when Lata went to school she would take Asha with her, but one day the teacher protested and said that they cannot have two students on one fee. Lata refused to return to school without Asha and quit her studies.

Lata considered Asha’s act of eloping with her lover as irresponsible, leaving her alone to sing and earn for the family. This led to tensions among them. Asha herself accepted in an interview— “It was a love marriage and Lata didi (elder sister) did not speak to me for a long time. She disapproved of the alliance.” At one time, their relationship was very adversarial and there have been periods of non-communication.

Asha Bhosle

Asha Bhosle

In her initial days in the industry, Asha always played second fiddle to her elder sister. Some say that Lata had once said something criticising Asha’s relationship with O. P. Nayyar. This widened the rift between the two sisters and O P Nayyar also decided that he would never work with Lata. O.P. Nayyar had once revealed — “Asha and Lata staying in opposite flats at Bombay’s Peddar Road, shared a common maidservant. Now this maidservant had merely to come and tell the younger sister that Lata had just recorded something wonderful for Asha to lose her vocal poise. Such was her Lata phobia that it took me some months to convince Asha that she had a voice individualistic enough to evolve a singing style all of her own.” Asha once said that she has worked for years to create a voice and a style that was different from Lata, so that she could carve her own niche and not be banished to live her shadow.

Asha and Lata have sung many songs together. Their first duet was for the film Daman (1951) Some of these include Man Bhawan Ke Ghar aye (Chori Chori, 1956), Sakhi ri sun bole papihaa us paar (Miss Mary, 1957), O chaand jahaan woh jaaye (Sharada, 1957), Mere Mehboob Mein Kya Nahi (Mere Mehboob, 1963), Ai kash kisi deewane ko (Aaye Din Bahar Ke, 1966), Main Chali Main Chali (Padosan, 1968), Chhap tilak sab (Main Tulsi Tere Aangan Ki, 1978), and Man kyun behka (Utsav, 1984). While singing, Lata used to hold her notebook in her right hand, while Asha held her notebook in her left hand. This meant Lata had her face away from Asha, making it difficult for them to “anticipate” each other.

The movie Saaz, was supposedly based on Lata and Asha’s rivalry. Asha said about the movie — “To have two women in long plaits, take a couple of incidents and exaggerate them into a 3-hour film is such a waste of time.” In last few years, Asha and Lata have often been seen in public, enjoying each other’s company. In an interview with The Times of India, Asha once said – “I remember, sometimes both of us would be at a function and some industry types would ignore me and interact only with her, as if to prove their loyalty. Later, didi (elder sister) and I would have a good laugh!”

The famous Bollywood lyricist-filmmaker Gulzar once said – “Asha was like Neil Armstrong’s companion in the space rocket that touched the moon. After Lataji touched down on the moon, Ashaji could only be the second one to get there.”

Asha Bhosle: Personal life

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Asha Bhosle: Personal life

Asha’s house is situated in Prabhukunj Apt on Peddar Road area of South Mumbai. She has three children and five grandchildren. The eldest of her three children is Hemant Bhosle (named after Hemant Kumar), spent most of his early years as a pilot and quit to have a brief career as a music director. Asha’s daughter Varsha, who is younger than Hemant, worked as a columnist for The Sunday Observer and Rediff. The youngest child is Anand Bhosle, who has studied business and film direction. He manages Asha’s career. Her grandson, Chaitanya (Chintu) Bhosle (Hemant’s son) also ventured in the world of music, as a member of a successful boy band, “Band of Boys”. Her granddaughter, Anneka Bhosle (Hemant’s daughter) is on her way of becoming a successful Photographer. Her sisters Lata and Usha Mangeshkar are playback singers. The other two siblings, sister Meena Mangeshkar and brother Hridayanath Mangeshkar are music directors.

Asha is an excellent cook and cooking is her favorite hobby. She often gets flooded with requests by Bollywood celebrities for kadai ghosht and biryani and has rarely turned down a request. In fact, her paya curry, Goan fish curry and dal are very popular with the Kapoor family of Bollywood. Once, when asked in a Times of India interview, what if her singing career had not taken off, she said “I would have become a cook. I’d have cooked in four houses and made money.”
Asha is a successful restaurateur and runs restaurants in Dubai and Kuwait, called Asha’s. Asha’s offers traditional north-western Indian cuisine. It has a presence in the Wafi City development in Dubai, as well as two restaurants in Kuwait, at The Avenues Mall and the Marina Mall. Asha Bhosle has a 20% stake in the business. Asha is not involved in day-to-day running of the restaurant which is looked after by the Wafi Group. She takes care of the kitchen and the décor. She personally trained the chefs for almost six months. According to a December 2004 report in the Menu Magazine,[14] Russell Scott, a former head of Harry Ramsden’s (the fish and chips chain), secured the UK rights to the Asha’s brand and planned to open up to 40 restaurants over the next five years. As part of her chain of restaurants, Asha’s, Ashatai has recently opened a new restaurant in Birmingham, UK.

Asha Bhosle

Asha Bhosle

Asha’s fashion statement is white sarees with sparkling embroidery, pearls around her neck and diamonds. Harrington of Kronos Quartet said “The first time I met Ashaji she was dressed in the most beautiful sari with diamonds and looked very regal. Then I looked down and saw that she was wearing tennis shoes! I thought I love this woman.”

Asha is a good mimicry artist as well. At a concert at World Trade Center in Dubai on April 22, 2004, she mimicked the song Kabhi To Nazar Milaao in the voices of Noor Jehan, Lata Mangeshkar and Ghulam Ali.
Nowadays, apart from singing and her restaurant, Asha is also working on her autobiography.

Asha Bhosle: Concerts and collaborations with foreign artists

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Asha Bhosle: Concerts and collaborations with foreign artists

In 1980s and 1990s, Asha went globe-trotting, staging concerts in Canada, Dubai, UK, U.S. and many other countries. In 1989, during a world tour, she performed in 13 US cities in 20 days. Immediately after this, she had an already sold-out concert scheduled in Stockholm, Sweden. Due to the stressful schedule, Asha suffered a massive attack of colitis, together with fever, cough and weakness. In Stockholm, a pre-concert crisis meeting was called, attended by Asha’s son (and manager) Anand and the sponsors. It was decided that the orchestra will play many instrumental tracks, the accompanying singers like Suresh Wadkar will shoulder the load, and Asha will make a small appearance. But Asha rejected all such proposals, and sang at the concert with great difficulty, in a not-so-good voice. Her first set of six Bollywood songs did not receive any response from the audience, which consisted mostly of Indian and Pakistani expats. Before the start of the second set of songs, a fan in the crowd requested her to sing a Marathi song. Asha obliged and sang Naach-naachuni ati mi damale (“I’m very tired of this endless dancing”). When the song ended, the auditorium erupted with claps and the encores started. After the concert, Asha was in bed for a month, recuperating from overexertion. In October 2002, she did a concert with Sudesh Bhosle and others, in London, for “Help the Aged” to help raise funds for older people in India. In 2007 she toured the USA, Canada, and West Indies in a tour called “The Incredibles”. In this tour, she was accompanied by singers Sonu Nigam, Kunal Ganjawala and Kailash Kher. This tour went on to hold more than 20 concerts and was originally scheduled for only 12.

In the mid-1980s, Asha sang with Boy George (Bow down mister) and Stephen Lauscombe. In 1997, she sang a love song with the boy band Code Red, at the age of 64. She also recorded the song The Way you Dream (One Giant Leap, ) with Michael Stipe that was used in the English movie, Bulletproof Monk.
In 1997, the British band Cornershop paid tribute to Asha with their song Brimful of Asha, an international hit which was later remixed by Fatboy Slim. In 2001, the CD single of Nelly Furtado’s “I’m Like A Bird” included a “Nellie vs. Asha Remix” created by Digital Cutup Lounge.

Asha Bhosle

Asha Bhosle

In 2002, she appeared along with Michael Stipe on the track “The Way You Dream” on the self-titled album by 1 Giant Leap.
In 2003, British opera pop singer Sarah Brightman sampled her song “Dil Cheez Kya Hai” on her album Harem. It was used as the intro for her song “You Take My Breath Away”.

In 2005, American string quartet Kronos Quartet re-recorded the R D Burman compositions like Chura Liya, Piya Tu, Mera Kuchh Saaman among others and got Asha to sing them. Despite her age (she had crossed 70), she recorded three to four songs in a day, leaving the quartet members stupefied. On August 23, 2005, You’ve stolen my heart – Songs From R D Burman’s Bollywood was released in US. The album was nominated for Grammy Awards 2006 in the category of “Best Contemporary World Music Album”. Earlier, in 1990s, a friend had introduced David Harrington of Kronos Quartet to the song Aaj ki raat. Harrington was mesmerised, and the song ended up on the album Kronos Caravan.

Also in 2005, the Black Eyed Peas sampled her songs “Ae Naujawan Sab Kuchh Yahan” (Apradh, 1972) and “Yeh Mera Dil Pyaar Ka Diwana” (Don, 1978) in their hit single “Don’t Phunk with My Heart”. In late 2006, Asha collaborated with Australian test cricket star, Brett Lee. The single, You’re the One for Me debuted at number 4 on the charts and reached a peak position of number 2.

In 2006 Asha Bhosle recorded one song for the soundtrack of Pakistani movie Mein Ek Din Laut Kay Aaaonga. She sang the song Dil Key Taar Bajey with famous Pakistani pop singer Jawad Ahmed. The song was aired as the part of the film’s promotional campaign and became very popular, featuring on top music charts.

Asha Bhosle: Non-Bollywood music

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Asha Bhosle: Non-Bollywood music

Marathi music

Along with her sister Lata Mangeshkar, Asha Bhosle is regarded as an icon of Marathi music (Marathi is their mother tongue). She has sung several non-film songs of the genre commonly referred to as Bhaav Geet, which consist mostly of poems written by notable poets. A good example is the popular album Rutu Hirawa (“Green Season”), composed by Shreedhar Phadke.

Asha’s renditions of her brother Hridayanath Mangeshkar’s compositions have been very popular with Marathi music lovers. As in Hindi; her Marathi songs also represent her wide range, from westernized tunes like Ruperi Walut (“meet me on the silver sands in the coconut groves”) to complex classical compositions such as Tarun aahe Ratra Ajuni (“The night is still young”). Marathi bhajans sung by her are also very popular among Maharashtrians. A good example is her rendition of saint-poet Dnyaneshwar’s Kanadawo Vithallu. Her rendition of Marathi natya sangeet composed by her father Deenanath Mangeshkar are still popular.
Asha is endearingly referred to as Ashatai (tai is Marathi for elder sister) by Maharashrians. She performs in very popular Marathi concerts like Nakshtranche Dene (translation: Gift from the stars), Aapli Asha Bhosle (translation: Yours, Asha Bhosle).

Private albums
In a rare feat, noted lyricist, Gulzar, music director, R.D. Burman and Asha Bhosle, came together in 1987, to create a double album, titled, Dil Padosi Hai, which was released on September 8, 1987, Asha Bhosle’s birthday . In 1995, Asha underwent the gatha bandan (thread-tying) ceremony with Hindustani classical music maestro Ali Akbar Khan to learn a classical repertoire held within the Maihar gharana (stylistic school of Indian classical music), as handed down to Khan by his father Allauddin Khan (the guru of Ravi Shankar). Later, Asha and Ustad Ali Akbar Khan recorded eleven fixed compositions (or bandishes) in California for Legacy, a private album that won them a Grammy Award nomination.

In 1990s, Asha experimented with the remixed R D Burman songs. She was criticized by many, including Khayyam for tampering with old melodies. Nevertheless, albums like Rahul And I became quite popular. In 1997, Asha did a private Indipop album Janam Samjha Karo with Leslie Lewis. The album was hugely popular and won her many awards including the 1997 MTV Award.

Asha Bhosle

Asha Bhosle

Asha had been once asked by the director B R Ishaara to compose music for one of his films, but she had politely declined. In 2002, she turned music composer with the album Aap Ki Asha, an eight-song music and video album. The lyrics were written by Majrooh Sultanpuri (his last lyrics) and the music was composed by Asha herself. The album was released by Sachin Tendulkar on May 21, 2001 at a lavish party in Mumbai. The album received mixed reviews.

Asha had spotted Pakistani singer Adnan Sami’s talent when he was about 10 years old. At that time was performing in London, with R D Burman. It was she who had asked him to pursue his interests in music seriously. When Adnan grew up and became a professional musician, Asha sang the title duet with him for his best-selling album Kabhi to nazar milao. The two came together again in the album Barse Badal. The album comprises eight songs, based on Indian Classical music. She contributed the song Yun Na Thi to the recording Womad Talking Book Volume Four: An Introduction to Asia 1 on Womad Records.

Asha has sung ghazals for many albums like Meraj-E-Ghazal, Aabshar-E-Ghazal and Kashish. In 2005, Asha released a self-title album (Asha), a tribute to the four ghazal maestros – Mehdi Hassan, Ghulam Ali, Farida Khanum and Jagjit Singh. The album features eight of her favorite ghazals like Farida Khanum’s Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo, Ghulam Ali’s Chupke Chupke, Aawargi and Dil Mein Ek Lahar, Jagjit Singh’s Ahista Ahista and Mehdi Hassan’s Ranjish Hi Sahi, Rafta Rafta and Mujhe Tum Nazar Se. These classic ghazals were recreated with modern sounds by the musician Pandit Somesh Mathur. The album was aimed at the younger generation, who, according to Asha, are “turned off” by the traditional sounds of tabla and sarangi.

Numerous compilations of Asha’s songs have been released as well. To commemorate her 60th birthday, in 1993 EMI India released three cassettes: Bala Main Bairagan Hoongi (devotional songs), The Golden Collection: Memorable Ghazals (non-film ghazals by composers such as Ghulam Ali, R D Burman and Nazar Hussain), and The Golden Collection: The Ever Versatile Asha Bhosle (44 popular film songs).
In 2006, she recorded an album Asha and Friends, singing duets, with film actors Sanjay Dutt and Urmila Matondkar and famous cricket player Brett Lee, with whom she sang, You’re the One for Me (Haan Main Tumhara Hoon). All these songs composed by Shamir Tandon were shot on video by journalist turned director S Ramachandran.

Asha Bhosle: Partnership with music directors

Sunday, February 28th, 2010

Asha Bhosle: Partnership with music directors

O.P. Nayyar

Music director O. P. Nayyar’s association with Asha Bhosle is part of Bollywood lore. He was the composer who first gave Asha her own distinct identity. Many people have speculated about a romantic relationship between the two.

O.P. Nayyar

O.P. Nayyar

Nayyar first met Asha in 1952, at the music recording of Chham Chhama Chham.[9] He first called her for a film called Mangu (1954), and gave her a big break in CID (1956). However, it was the success of Naya Daur (1957), that made the duo very popular. After 1959, she was emotionally and professionally involved with

Nayyar.
The team of O.P. Nayyar and Asha Bhosle is best remembered for their breezy and sometimes sirenish songs. Some good examples of their sensuous numbers are Aaiye meherbaan picturised on Madhubala (Howrah Bridge, 1958) and Yeh hai reshmi zulfon ka andhera picturised on Mumtaz (Mere Sanam, 1965). They recorded songs for many hit movies like Naya Daur (1957), Tumsa Nahin Dekha (1957), Howrah Bridge (1958), Ek Musafir Ek Hasina (1962), Kashmir Ki Kali (1964), etc. Some of their most popular songs include Aao huzur tumko (Kismat), Jaaiye aap kahan (Mere Sanam) etc. O.P. Nayyar used the Asha Bhosle-Mohammad Rafi duo for his most popular duets. some of these songs include Ude jab jab zulfein teri (Naya Daur). Main pyaar ka rahi hoon (Ek Musafir Ek Haseena), Deewana Hua Baadal, Ishaaron hi isharon mein (Kashmir Ki Kali) etc.
Asha recorded her last song for O.P. Nayyar in the movie Pran Jaye Par Vachan Na Jaye (1974). The solo number Chain se got many awards, but it was not included in the movie.
They split on August 5, 1972. It is not clear what made them part their ways. On being asked the reason for their parting, O P Nayyar once said, “I know astrology very well. I knew that one day I had to part with her. Something also happened, that upset me, so I left her.”[9] Nevertheless, he also said “…now that I am seventy-six, I can say that the most important person in my life was Asha Bhosle. She was the best person I ever met.”
The parting of Asha Bhosle and O.P. Nayyar was bitter, and probably therefore she has hesitated to give Nayyar his due. While talking about O.P. Nayyar in an interview with The Times of India, she once remarked – “Whichever composer gave me work, it was because my voice was suited to his music at that point. No one musician did me any favor by asking me to sing for him.”[10] She gives the credit for her first big break to B. R. Chopra, the producer of Naya Daur.

Khayyam
Another music director who recognized Bhosle’s talent early was Khayyam. His partnership with Asha Bhosle dates back to his first movie Biwi (1948). Khayyam gave her some good assignments in the 1950s, including Dard and Phir Subah Hogi. But the team is chiefly remembered for the songs of Umrao Jaan.

Mohd Rafi with poet lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi and-composer Khayyam

Mohd Rafi with poet lyricist Sahir Ludhianvi and-composer Khayyam

Ravi
Music composer Ravi considered Asha as one of his favorite singers. She sang for his first movie Vachan (1955). The melodious lullaby from the movie, Chandamama door ke became an overnight hit among young mothers in India. Ravi got her to sing bhajans for the movies Gharana, Grihasti, Kajal and Phool Aur Patthar, at a time when most of the composers remembered her only when they needed to record B-grade songs picturized on the vamps or the side-heroines. Ravi and Asha Bhosle recorded a variety of songs, including the popular funny duet with Kishore Kumar – C A T…Cat maane billi (Dilli Ka Thug). The bhajan Tora man darpan (Kajal) is considered one of Asha Bhosle’s best songs.
They also recorded songs for many popular movies like Waqt, Chaudhvin Ka Chand, Gumrah, Bahu Beti, China Town, Aadmi Aur Insaan, Dhund, Humraaz, and Kajal with her. For Chaudhvin Ka Chand, Ravi wanted Geeta Dutt (the wife of producer Guru Dutt) to sing the songs. But when she backed out, Guru Dutt insisted that Asha Bhosle sing the songs.[5]

Sachin Dev Burman (SD Burman)
One of Bollywood’s most famous composers, Sachin Dev Burman and his favorite singer, Lata Mangeshkar, were not on good terms from 1957 to 1962..[11] During this period, S D Burman used Asha Bhosle as his lead female voice. She and S D Burman gave many hit songs in movies such as Kaala Pani, Kaala Bazaar, Insaan Jaag Utha, Lajwanti, Sujata and Teen Deviyaan (1965). They recorded many songs together after 1962 as well. Most famous of these songs were Asha Bhosle’s duets with Mohammed Rafi and Kishore Kumar. The song Ab ke baras in Bimal Roy’s Bandini (1963) consolidated her position as a lead singer. The seductive song Raat Akeli Hai from Jewel Thief (1967), picturised on Tanuja, became very popular.

Rahul Dev Burman (Pancham)
Asha first met Rahul Dev Burman (a.k.a. “Pancham”) when she was a mother of two and he was in 10th grade having dropped out to pursue music. Their partnership was first noticed in Teesri Manzil (1966). She went on to record a variety of songs with him – cabarets, rock, disco, ghazals, Indian classical music and many more.

Asha Bhosle and RD Burman

Asha Bhosle and RD Burman

In the 1970s, Asha Bhosle and Pancham’s youthful, Western songs took Bollywood music by storm – the raunchy cabaret Piya tu ab to aaja (Caravan, 1971, picturized on Helen), the rebellious Dum Maro Dum ( Hare Rama Hare Krishna, 1971), the sexy Duniya mein (Apna Desh, 1972), the romantic Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne (Yaadon Ki Baaraat, 1973). Pancham also recorded many hit duets with Asha Bhosle and Kishore Kumar – Jaane jaan, dhoondhta phir raha (Jawani Diwani), Bhali bhali si ek soorat (Buddha Mil Gaya) etc.
In 1980s, Pancham and Asha Bhosle recorded subtle numbers for films like Ijaazat (1987)- Mera kuch saaman, Khaali haath shaam aayi hai, Katra Katra. They also recorded the popular duet O Maria (Saagar). Mera Kuchch saamaan, the R.D. Burman composition for Gulzar’s Ijaazat won her the National Award for Best Singer.

Asha Bhosle used to call R D Burman “Bubs”. She married him in 1980. Their partnership lasted until his death.
RD Burman made her sing some of the most legendary songs in Bengali language as well, namely Mohuyae Jomechhe Aaj mou go,Chokhe Chokhe kotha bolo Chokhhe naame brishti(Bengali version of Jaane Kya Baat hai), Baanshi sune ki ghore thaka jaye,Sondhya Belae tumi aami,Aaj Gungun gun gunje amar (Bengali version of Pyaar Deewana hota hai),etc.

Ilaiyaraaja
The prolific south Indian film composer Ilaiyaraaja began employing Asha Bhosle’s vocals in the early 1980s, their earliest collaboration being for the film Moondram Pirai (1982) (or Sadma, its Hindi remake in 1983). Their association continued, mostly through the latter half of the 1980s and early 1990s. Some of their notable songs from this period include Shenbagamae (Enga Ooru Paattukkaaran, 1987, Tamil). In 2000, Asha sung Ilaiyaraaja’s theme song for Kamal Haasan’s political film Hey Ram. The song, Janmon Ki Jwala (or Aparna’s Theme), was a duet with ghazal singer Hariharan.

A. R. Rahman
A. R. Rahman is given the credit for Asha Bhosle’s “comeback” with Rangeela (1994). Songs like Tanha Tanha and Rangeela Re were chartbusters. She and Rahman went on to record more hits like Mujhe Rang De (Thakshak), Radha Kaise Na Jale (Lagaan, duet with Udit Narayan), Kahin Aag Lage (Taal), O Bhanware (Daud, duet with K. J. Yesudas), Venilla Venilla (Iruvar,1999). Rahman once said, “I think of them (Lata and Asha) only when I feel I have composed something that fits their stature”.[5]

Jaidev
When S D Burman’s assistant Jaidev started giving music independently, he got Asha to sing some of his songs as well. They worked in Hum Dono (1961), Mujhe Jeene Do (1963), Do Boond Pani (1971) and other movies. In 1971, the pair released an LP of eight non-film devotional songs and ghazals called An Unforgettable Treat. Asha considered Jaidev a close friend who stood by her when she was struggling personally and professionally. Upon his death in 1987, she released a compilation album of lesser-known songs he had composed for her, called Suranjali.

Shankar Jaikishan
Shankar Jaikishan worked relatively little with Asha. However, the team produced quite a few hits including the seductive Parde mein rehne do (Shikar, 1968). Asha got her second Filmfare Award for the song. Asha also sang the song Zindagi ek safar hai suhaana (Andaz) for Shankar Jaikishan, in which she tried to yodel like Kishore Kumar, whose version of the song is more better known. When Raj Kapoor was not on speaking terms with Lata Mangeshkar, Asha got to sing the songs of Mera Naam Joker (1970), composed by Shankar-Jaikishan.

Anu Malik
Composer Anu Malik and Asha have recorded many hit songs together, including songs for his first movie Sohni Mahiwal (1984). Their most popular songs include Filhaal (Filhaal), Kitabein bahut si (Baazigar) among others. The four lines sung by Asha in Anu Malik’s Jab dil mile (Yaadein) stood out among voices of Sukhwinder Singh, Udit Narayan and Sunidhi Chauhan. Asha had also sung for Anu Malik’s father Sardar Malik in the 1950s and 1960s, most notably in Saranga (1960).

Other Composers

Madan Mohan recorded a number of songs with Asha, including the popular folk number Jhumka Gira Re from Mera Saaya (1966). In Chhoti Si Baat (1975), Asha sang the Jaaneman Jaaneman number with K. J. Yesudas for Salil Chowdhury. Salil’s 1956 movie Jagte Raho also had a number recorded by Asha, Thandi Thandi Saawan ki Phuhaar. Another Asha patron is the young composer Sandeep Chowta, who got her to sing Kambakht Ishq (A duet with Sonu Nigam) (Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, 2001). The song gained major popularity among the Indian youth.

Asha has worked with Lata-patrons like Laxmikant-Pyarelal, Naushad, Ravindra Jain, N Dutta, Hemant Kumar. Once when Naushad was asked to sum up the essential difference between Lata and Asha, he said that Asha “lacks certain something which Lata, and Lata alone has”. Later he accepted in an interview, “May be I said it because I then had a closed ear on Asha”.[12] Naushad, later in his life, also admitted that he has been unfair to Asha Bhonsle. Asha has also worked with other noted Bollywood composers like Jatin Lalit, Bappi Lahiri, Kalyanji Anandji, Usha Khanna, Chitragupt, and Roshan.

Asha Bhosle: Career milestones

Sunday, February 28th, 2010

Asha Bhosle: Career milestones

Seen more closely, Asha Bhosle’s singing career can be considered having four milestones — Naya Daur (1957), Teesri Manzil (1966), Umrao Jaan (1981) and Rangeela (1995).

Naya Daur, 1957:

Asha Bhosle’s first big success was B R Chopra’s Naya Daur (“The New Age”, 1957). Her duets with Rafi like Maang ke saath tumhara, Saathi haath badhana and Uden jab jab zulfein teri, penned by Sahir Ludhianvi and composed by O. P. Nayyar, gave her recognition. Asha and O P Nayyar had worked earlier as well. But it was the first time that she had got to sing all the songs for the lead actress. B R Chopra, the producer of Naya Daur recognized her talent and got her to sing in many of his later films including Waqt and Gumraah, Humraaz, Aadmi Aur Insaan, Dhund etc.

Teesri Manzil, 1966
Asha Bhosle became a pop crooner with Rahul Dev Burman’s Teesri Manzil (1966). When she first listened to the tune of the song Aaja Aaja, she felt that she would not be able to sing the Western dance number. R D Burman offered to change the music. She was offended a bit and took it as a challenge to sing the song. After rehearsing for 10 days, when she finally sang the song, an impressed R D Burman handed her a 100-rupee note. Aaja Aaja and other songs of the film, O Haseena Zulfonwali and O Mere Sona Re (all three duets with Rafi, another popular Bollywood singer), became rage of the day. Shammi Kapoor, the actor of the movie, once said – “If I did not have Mohammad Rafi to sing for me, I would have got Asha Bhosle to do the job”.

Umrao Jaan, 1981
By 1980s, Asha Bhosle had been stereotyped as a “cabaret singer” and a “pop crooner”. In Rekha-starrer Umrao Jaan, she sang ghazals like Dil cheez kya hai, In aankhon ki masti ke, Ye kya jagah hai doston and Justju jiski thi. The songs proved her capable of doing fairly serious songs. The music director Khayyam, had lowered her pitch by half a note. Asha herself was surprised that she could sing so differently. The ghazals won her the first National Award of her career and proved her versatility.

Asha Bhosle

Asha Bhosle

Rangeela, 1995
In 1995, a 62-year old Asha Bhosle did playback for young actress Urmila Matondkar in the movie Rangeela. She pleasantly surprised her fans with superhit songs like Tanha Tanha and Rangeela Re. The songs were composed by iconoclastic music director A. R. Rahman, who went on to record many more songs with her. Particularly notable was Asha Bhosle’s first song with A R Rahman, Tanha Tanha, an oomph-oozing number.

Asha Bhosle: Basic Biography

Sunday, February 28th, 2010

Asha Bhosle: Basic Biography

Asha Bhosle (Marathi: आशा भोसले) (born September 8, 1933) is an Indian singer. She is best known as a Bollywood playback singer, although she has a much wider repertoire. Her career started in 1943 and has spanned over six decades. She has done playback singing for over 1000 Bollywood movies and sold many records. She is the sister of playback singer Lata Mangeshkar.

Bhosle is considered one of the most versatile South Asian singers — her range of songs includes film music, pop, ghazals, bhajans, traditional Indian Classical music, folk songs, qawwalis, Rabindra Sangeets and Nazrul Geetis. She has sung in over 14 languages including Assamese, Hindi, Urdu, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Punjabi, Tamil, English, Russian, Czech, Nepali, Malay and Malayalam.

Bhosle is believed to have sung over 12,000 songs. Though her sister, Lata Mangeshkar was featured in the Guinness Book of World Records during 1974-1991, for having sung the most songs in the world, reputed sources have introduced concerns to its veracity, claiming that the Guinness counts were exaggerated and Bhosle had recorded more songs than Mangeshkar. Bhosle herself pointed out that she had made the most recordings by any singer – 12,000

Biography

Asha Bhosle was born in the small hamlet of Goar in Sangli, Maharashtra, into the musical Marathi family of Pandit Deenanath Mangeshkar. Her father was a theater actor and classical singer. When she was nine years old, her father died. The family moved from Pune to Kolhapur and then to Bombay. She and her elder sister Lata Mangeshkar began singing and acting in films to support their family. She sang her first film song Chala Chala Nav Bala for the Marathi movie Majha Bal (1943). The music for the film was composed by Datta Dawjekar. She made her Hindi film debut when she sang the song Saawan aaya for Hansraj Behl’s Chunariya (1948). Her first solo Hindi film song was for the movie Raat Ki Raani (1949).

Asha Bhosle

Asha Bhosle

At the age of 16, she eloped with 31-year old Ganpatrao Bhosle, marrying him against her family’s wishes. Ganpatrao was sister Lata’s personal secretary. The marriage failed miserably. Her husband and in-laws mistreated her. After a few years of marriage, Bhosle was turned out (around 1960) by a suspicious Ganpatrao and she went to her maternal home with two children and pregnant with her third child, Anand. She continued to sing in films to earn money.

At that time, prominent playback singers like Geeta Dutt, Shamshad Begum and Lata Mangeshkar (her sister) monopolized the singing for the “heroine” roles and the big films, whilst Asha Bhosle used to get the assignments they did not take: singing for the bad girls and vamps, or songs in the second-grade movies. In the 1950s, she sang more songs than any other playback singer in Bollywood, yet most of these were in low budget B or C-grade films. Her earliest songs were composed by A R Qureshi, Sajjad Hussain and Ghulam Mohammed, most of which failed to do well.[5] Singing in Dilip Kumar-starrer Sangdil (1952), composed by Sajjad Hussain, she got reasonable recognition. Consequently, film director Bimal Roy gave her a chance to sing in Parineeta (1953). Raj Kapoor signed her to sing the song Nanhe Munne Bachche with Mohammed Rafi in Boot Polish (1954), which gained popularity.

O. P. Nayyar gave Asha Bhosle a big break in C.I.D. (1956). She first achieved success in B. R. Chopra’s Naya Daur (1957), composed by him. His collaboration with Bhosle produced many hits. Later, she established herself and received patronage of composers such as Sachin Dev Burman and Ravi. Bhosle and Nayyar had a professional and personal parting of ways in the 1970s.
In 1966, Asha’s performance in the duets from music director R D Burman’s first successful movie, Teesri Manzil won popular acclaim. Their collaboration produced numerous hits in the 1970s and resulted in a marriage. In 1960s and 1970s, she became the voice of Bollywood’s most famous dancer, Helen. It is said that Helen would attend her recording sessions so that she could understand the song better and plan dance steps accordingly.[8] Some of the most popular Asha Bhosle-Helen numbers are Piya Tu Ab To Aaja (Caravan), O Haseena Zulfon Wali (Teesri Manzil), and Yeh Mera Dil (Don).
In Umrao Jaan (1981) and Ijaazat (1987), she sang traditional ghazals and proved her versatility, winning the coveted National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer.

Her film activities continued into the 1990s. Her performance in the 1995 hit Rangeela was particularly notable. As late as 2005, 72-year-old Asha Bhosle’s numbers for the Tamil film Chandramukhi and the pop song Lucky Lips for Salman Khan-starrer Lucky were chartbusters. Some of the other popular Tamil songs sung by Bhosle are Oh! Butterfly, September Maadham and Vennila Vennila.

In October 2004, The Very Best of Asha Bhosle, The Queen of Bollywood, a compilation album of songs recorded by Bhosle for albums and Bollywood films that were released during 1966-2003, was released.