Varsha Bhosle, daughter of noted singer Asha Bhosle was an Indian singer, journalist and writer based in Mumbai. Her mother being a prominent singer of India, she took singing as her career too.A Bhojpuri playback singer and appeared in her mother’s concert. Varsha finished school from Hill Grange High School, on Pedder Road, Mumbai, in 1973.
She had married a sports writer and public relations professional Hemant Kenkre but the couple divorced in 1998. On 9 September 2008, she reportedly attempted suicide by taking an overdose of prescribed medicine. Then on 8 October 2012, Asha’s daughter Varsha took her last breath by committing suicide at her home by shooting herself with a licensed weapon.
A singer and columnist, Varsha Bhosle was a talented woman. She wrote columns for “Rediff.com”, “The “Sunday Observer” and “Gentlemen” Magazine. Apart from writing columns, Varsha wrote listicles and articles in “Times of India” and Police magazine- “Rakshak”. She got married to PR Hemant Kenkre but they got separated and divorced in 1998. After the divorce, Varsha shifted with her mother, Asha in Mumbai.
Also, as a child singer, Varsha’s voice was used for Dev Anand-starrer ‘Lootmaar’. The song, ‘Has tu hardam’, composed by Rajesh Roshan, became quite popular.