Veteran singer Asha Bhosle, who has left for Dubai for a holiday, says she will record Sikh saint Guru Nanak's verses once she returns home.
"Short break with family in Dubai before getting back to work in BOM (Mumbai). Shall begin with recording Guru Nanak's verses," she tweeted.
The singer's daughter Varsha committed suicide in October.
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@hope20. you have to carry on with life when a loved one passes. theres no point in wasting precious time by sitting at home and sulking. once u have cried ur tears, it is best to keep ur life active and full. it doesnt mean she has forgotten the passing of her daughter
No offense to anyone but her daughter just committed suicide last month and she is already going back to work. I understand that she is spending time with family but still. I am sorry to say this but now I can understand why your daughter would have felt so lonely. AGAIN no offense to anyone this is just my personal opinion
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