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Rafi’s Children Songs

Thursday, November 29th, 2007

This article is written by Mr.H.V.Guru Murthy

Mohd Rafi's Children SongsWhen we were young, we used to frequently listen to “Chun Chun Karti Aayi Chidiya” from AB DILLI DOOR NAHIN which used to be played on the Radio almost daily. The other hit song in those days was “Nanne Munne Bachhe Teri” with Asha in BOOT POLISH. The later especially had good lyrics and moral lesson for young children. (more…)

Rafi Naushad Era, The Initial Years

Monday, November 19th, 2007

This article is written by Mr. Nitish Sinha

Naushad and Mohd RafiRafi Naushad combination is the best thing that happened in the world of Hindi film Music.Rafi as the best playback singer ever and Naushad as the the best ever Music Director(sorry, if someone has objection in accepting him as best MD), and the combination of both resulting some of the best ever songs of HFM. This combination started their magic in 1944 with the song HINDUSTAN KE HUM HAI for the film Pahle Aap and climax was with the song JIS RAAT KE KHWAB AAYE in 1980 for the ever incomplete film Habba khatoon. (more…)

Appeal for Bharat Ratna to Rafi

Thursday, November 15th, 2007

This appeal is written by Mr.Raju Korti, Mumbai.

Mohd RafiThis appeal is a chorus for The Voice of the sub continent, the singer of the millennium. A fervent, passionate appeal to correct what all his legion of admirers and devotees righteously feel is a historic wrong.

The mortal remains of, what the world undisputably acknowledges, of the legendary Mohammad Rafi may have bereaved us 27 years ago, but his ageless voice continues to throb and pulsate in our hearts even today.

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Rafi with Unknown Personalities

Sunday, November 11th, 2007

This article is written by Mr. Anmol Singh

Mohd RafiIf we talk about the legendry singer Mukesh, Raj Kapoor comes in picture. Similarly if we talk about Kishore Kumar the first thing that strikes our mind is Rajesh Khanna & Amitabh. Same is the case with Mahendra Kapoor, Manoj Kumar comes in picture immediately. Perhaps this is not at all the case with Rafi Saab. One cannot associate Rafi Saab with any actor or personality as such right from the beginning of his career till the end. Rafi Saab is every one’s voice. We have had a lot of discussions related to Rafi Saab with actors like Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand, Rajendra Kumar, Shammi Kapoor, etc. Here we will focus of songs pictured on unknown or small time actors sung by Rafi. This is another unique quality of this great personality called Mohd Rafi which needs to be explored. (more…)

Rafi Memorial Award conferred on playback singer Sharda

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

This news is shared by Mr. Hashim Khan and Ms. Ruhi Khan, founder and president of Rafi Lovers Cirlce, Calcutta.

Mohd Rafi and ShardaPlayback singer of the sixties and seventies, Sharda, who shot into fame with her chartbuster hits, “Titli Udi” from the film Suraj, and “Duniya Ki Sair Karlo” from around the world was felicated at a grand concert titled ‘remembering Shanker- Jaikishen with Sharda’ which was held on 25th Aug, 2007 at Kolkata’s kalamandir auditorium. The programme was presented by ‘Rafi lovers circle’ – a group of music lovers dedicated to the revival of evergreen songs of mohd rafi from the golden era of hindi film sangeet. (more…)

The so called lean phase of Rafi Saab

Sunday, November 4th, 2007

This article is written by Mr. Nitish Sinha from Rourkela, Orissa.

Mohd RafiSeventies was the decade of experiments, the decade of change of guard and also the decade of Rafi Saab, again. The number of songs may be less but the singing quality of his songs was same as ever, even during the so called low phase i. e. 1971-1976. However the quaity is always more important thing and quantity always play the second fiddle. (more…)



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