"Thank you to all my well wishers for birthday greetings... Just arrived in NYC. Thank you once again for your love and kind wishes. Looking forward to performing in New Jersey on 13 September," the singer tweeted.
Bhosle, who has been singing for past six decades, also thanked her elder sister 'Melody Queen' Lata Mangeshkar for her "invaluable" guidance.
"Didi's ashirvad (blessing) is always with me but this time it's special since I'm far away on tour in USA and her support and guidance is invaluable," Bhosle posted on twitter.
The singer, who began her playback singing career in the shadow of Mangeshkar in the late forties, has collaborated with music directors such as OP Nayyar, Sachin Dev Burman, RD Burman, Khayyam and Bappi Lahiri.
She gave Hindi cinema some of its most memorable songs including "Jhumka Gira Re", "Raat Akeli Hain", "Aaja Aaja", "Dum Maro Dum", "Dil Cheez Kya Hain", among others.
The singer has also worked with younger music directors like AR Rahman and Anu Malik in the nineties for films like "Baazigar", "Rangeela" and "Taal".
Celebrities like former Australian cricketer Brett Lee, Raveena Tandon, Mika Singh wished Bhosle 'Happy Birthday' on twitter.
"A big happy birthday to the lovely @ashabhosle I hope you have a wonderful birthday," posted Lee, who recorded a song "Haan Main Tumhara Hoon" with the singer in 2006.
Raveena said, "Wishing @ashabhosle whom I've idolised grown up with her songs, a very happy birthday! May she continue to enchant/enthrall us forever."
"Happy birthday to the living legend @ashabhosle ji.. God bless you," Mika wrote.


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