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In the early 1970s, Ravindra Jain came to Bombay to try his luck.
Before arrival of Ravindra Jain she already sang more or less 100/150 songs.
Mohammad Rafi, Kishore Kumar and Hemant Kumar all regaled the audience with their numbers. Gopal Mallik took the opportunity and introduced little Lata as a 'Baby Lata' on stage. She finished the song but couldn’t leave the stage as the audience demanded 'once more'.
And she had to sing the song four times and the appreciation didn’t stop at that—they kept on requesting more songs, she sang 12 other songs including 'Saat Bhaai Champa Jaago Re', in Bengali. Bidhan Chandra Roy announced Gold Medal for 'Baby Lata'.
Her magnificent velvety voice rich in emotion and expression has reached to millions of music lovers, touching their souls as she has recorded more than 5000 songs and has sung in more than 38 Regional, National and International languages including Bengali, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, Haryanvi, Rajasthani, Marwari, Brij Bhasha, Gujarati, Marathi, Sindhi, Oriya, Assamese, Malayalam, Kannada, Konkani, Dogri, Multani, Saraiki, Garhwali, Bundeli, Nepali, Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Sanskrit, Prakrit, English, French, Mauritian Creole, Spanish, Italian, Zulu, Dutch, Hindi, etc. She became the screen voice of some of the famous Bollywood actresses like Nutan, Shabana Azmi, Rekha, Hema Malini, Rameshwari, Yogita Bali, Ranjeeta, Sarika, Madhuri Dixit. Hemlata has been in the Bollywood Industry since the age of 13 years.
She was nominated for Filmfare Best Female Playback Award five times in the period of 1977–1981 and won once for Chitchor in 1977 for her classical rendition of "Tu Jo Mere Sur Mein" which was duet with Dr. Hemlata was born on 16 August, in Hyderabad, India. Hemlata came from an orthodox Marwari Brahmin family.
Then some of her well-wishers advised her that if she continued contract till the end then, after five years when she came back to the industry, nobody would help her as she already discouraged all and she might not to be get any chance of singing.
After this advice, she discontinued the contract and started working with other music directors.
However, Hemlata gained recognisation when Ravindra Jain gave her a break for movie Fakira (1976) for song 'Sun Ke Teri Pukar'.
During the late 1970s, she toured India's border posts, entertaining soldiers with Sunil Dutt's and Nargis Dutt's Ajanta Arts Cultural Troupe.
In 1970, Polydor, the German-based music company, that entering the market, to competing it, HMV issued the first-ever cover versions in Hindi film music history with parallel to the Polydor's original soundtracks of movies The Train, Mera Gaon Mera Desh, Sachaa Jhutha, Johny Mera Naam, Ek Nazar, Ek Bar Mooskura Do and Jawani Diwani in voices of Hemlata, Amber Kumar and their ilk.
For the reason of that, she got several offers from other well known music directors.
In consequence of contract limitation she declined them and, waited long for her career's first song but, that moment could not happened.