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Alliance of Mohammed Rafi with legendary filmmaker Bimal Roy

Sunday, September 14th, 2014

A personal  compliment to Bimal Roy Sahab on his 115 birth anniversary by Biman Baruah

Alliance of Mohammed Rafi with legendary filmmaker Bimal Roy

Legendary filmmaker Bimal Roy’s films were paramount branded for pragmatic value of socialism and romanticism with poignant music. His films confined some attractive and unforgettable songs of golden era of Hindi Cinema which were harmonic by all leading playback singers of his time. The music of his films mainly composed by Salil Chowdhury and Sachin Dev Burman. Mohammed Rafi Sahab sung in his films like DO BIGHA ZAMEEN (1953), BIRAJ BAHU (1954), DEVDAS (1955), MADHUMATI (1958), YAHUDI (1958), SUJATA (1959) USNE KAHA THA (1960), KABULIWALA (1961), BENAZIR (1964) etc. (more…)

3-G: Great Lyrics, Grand Music and Golden Voice in Indian Cinema

Sunday, August 31st, 2014

This article is written by a passionate Rafi Fan Sri Biman Baruah and information shared by Sri Binu Nair, Founder, Rafi Foundation, Mumbai.

3G Great Lyrics, Grand Music and Golden Voice in Indian Cinema

Meherbban Likhoon, Haseena Likhoon, Ya Dilruba Likhoon
Hairaan Hoon Ki Aap Ko, Ish Khat Mein Kiya Likhoon……..
Yeh Mera Prem Patra Padhkar Kar, Ke Tum Naraaz Na Hoona
Ke Tum Meri Zindegi Ho, Ke Tum Meri Bandegi Ho…………….. 2 (more…)

Rafi Sahab- the Voice of God

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

By Achal Rangaswamy

Rafi Sahab -  the Voice of God

Mujhko mere baad zamaana dhoondega. Meri aawaaz suno, pyaar ka raaz suno. Tum mujhe yun bhula na paaoge. Main kab gaata mere swar mein pyaar kisi ka gaata hai.

What do all these phrases, nay, songs tell us all? That the singer could make a prophecy. On many occasions, not just once. He probably always knew that long after he was gone he would still be looked for, followed and idolized the same way as he had been when he walked on earth in his mortal form. (more…)

Rafi Research

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

By Ramesh Narain Kurpad

Rafi Research

Prelude:
I am probably the only one who feels and experiences the legendary singer mohammed Rafi sahib, was and is actually a “singing avatar“. Three and half decades have elapsed since he gave up his mortal self, but, lives in every Rafi bhakt, Rafi fan, Rafi lover, musically. His songs live in our human system while at work and even while in sleep. A rafi follower’s personal anger is like a bubble. For the other it seems to exist but in reality it was a mirage. (more…)

Remembering Mohammad Rafi on his death anniversary

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

By Souvik Chatterji

Remembering Mohammed Rafi on his 34th Death Anniversary

The listeners of music all over the world remember the all-time great singer Mohammad Rafi on 31st July, 2014. The noble soul had left his admirers 34 years ago. Yet he is alive in numerous everlasting hit songs which are heard and cherished for generations. (more…)

Mohammed Rafi – Singer par Excellence

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

By Deepak Deshmukh

Mohammed Rafi - Singer par Excellence

Mohd. Rafi was a versatile & talented singer of the world.He lent his voice to many popular heroes like Dilip kumar, Dev Anand, Guru Dutt, Rajendra kumar, Dharmendra. Shammi kapoor, Shashi kapoor, Johny walker, Mehmood, Rajesh khanna, Raj kapoor, Joy Mukerjee, Manoj Kumar, Raj kumar, Rishi kapoor, Sunil Dutt, Feroz khan, Sanjay, Sanjeev kumar, Balraj Sahni etc. (more…)

Playback from the Past

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

By Anmol Singh

Playback from the past

In the present times we see a lot of biopic films being produced, where the era of 1950s to 1970s is portrayed on screen. Going back in time means highlighting the fashion of that era. We see characters wearing bell bottom trousers with high heel shoes; printed shirts with large round collars along with specific 70s era hair style with covered ears. To an extend the popular cars and trucks of that era along with steam locomotives become part of the biopic. Majority steam locomotives have been phased out by the Indian Railways, only a few are currently maintained at the Rewari rail workshop near Delhi. Most of these incredible machines see their role in the current biopics and earn good revenue for the Indian Railways. (more…)

The Concert of My Dreams – Part 2

Sunday, June 22nd, 2014

By Anmol Singh

This article is in continuation of Part 1

The Concert of My Dreams - Part 2

After the break Shashi Kapoor walks on stage wearing a white suit. Owing his success to Rafi, he states that his career took off through films like “Kanyadan“, “Pyar Ka Mausam” & “Jab Jab Phool Khile“. But the song which he would request Rafi Sahab to sing is from “Naina“, “Hum Ko To Jaan Se Pyari Hai Yeh Tumhari Aanken“. He talks about his co-star in this song, Rajshree, who had one of the most fabulous eyes (“Kasam Se Aaj Bhi Un Aakhon Mein Doob Jaane to Jee Chahtaa Hai “) dedicating the song to her eyes. Rafi Sahab sings the song bringing back the old memories on early 70s. (more…)



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