Asha sang the ‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’ for Dev’s production and will try to recreate the magic again after 28 yrs.

Bollywood’s evergreen hero Dev Anand, who ruled Hindi cinema for more than three decades, has roped in Asha Bhonsale to do a number for his latest production ‘Chargesheet’. It is after 28 years that the pop diva will be doing a song for his production.

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“Asha has done hit songs for my movies like ‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’ and ‘Lootmar’ which are still popular among people,” said Dev Anand.

The actor, who turned 85 on Thursday, said “I am not sure whether I will be able to complete my latest production within my lifetime but I will continue working till my last breath” “This is a big-budget movie so it is taking all my energy and concentration these days”, he added.

Dev Anand said the secret of his long life is the love and affection he receives from his audience.

The actor has a fine understanding of music which he exemplified in various hits during his cinematic journey. “Music comes from soul and its sweetness inturn attracts our soul. Good music can win over times, boundaries and people,” he said.

Asked whether songs of Kishore Kumar made his films successful or it was vice-versa, Dev Anand said “who can answer this? I and Kishore both came to Mumbai in a set of kurta-pyajama. He was a great singer although he did not undergo any formal training in music. His voice had resonance and people said that he used to match his voice with mine.”