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My Tribute to the “One and Only One” Greatest Singer of All times Mohd. Rafi Saab on his 88th Birth Anniversary

December 24th, 2012
Rafi with fans

Rafi with fans

This Song Yahan Main Ajanabi Hoon from 1965 film “Jab Jab Phool Khile” depicts the portrayal of betrayal of trust in love. As the story goes, After returning from overseas, heiress Rita is stressed out and needs to go someplace to unwind. She chooses Kashmir and, upon arrival, rents a houseboat from the owner, Raja. After a few misunderstandings, they are attracted to each other and soon fall in love.This romance is not looked upon favorably by Raj Bahadur Chunilal, Rita’s dad, as he would prefer his daughter marry a suitor he has chosen for her: Kishore. Rita dislikes Kishore and will only marry Raja; the wily Raj Bahadur devises a plan that will let him keep the cake and eat it too. Read More »


Sun Le Tu Dil Ki Sada- Rafi the great story teller

December 24th, 2012
Mohd Rafi with Prithvi Raj Kapoor Celebrating his birthday

Mohd Rafi with Prithvi Raj Kapoor Celebrating his birthday

I want to be a good human being. I want God to know that I have been a good human being. I want to go to heaven. So selfish am I that this is the reason why I want to be a good human being.

Do you know why?

So that I can go to heaven and meet Rafi Sahab. If there is any regret that I have in my life as of now, it is that I haven’t been able to meet Rafi Sahab in flesh and blood, that I haven’t been able to touch his feet, seek his blessings and see him smile his trademark smile, and sing for me even one little song from the veritable treasure that he accumulated but happily left behind for us. Read More »


Happy Birthday Dear Saheb. You will always be with us.

December 24th, 2012

Mohd Rafi

Contributors to this website often wonder if Rafi Saab’s religion has been a stumbling block to Him being denied the highest honor of the Land.
That was on my mind too for a while. I do not subscribe to that any more.
We must refrain from involving Faith, for it would be totally opposite to what He stood for; what His Family stands for and what His multitude of fans internationally stand for. Read More »


Saaz-e-Dil – Ghazal

December 24th, 2012
Mohd Rafi Sahab

Mohd Rafi Sahab

छेड़ा जो उन्होंने साज़ कहीं ,
धड़कन में होने लगी झंकार सी।
रूह को तश्नगी औ आरजू को जिस्त ,
ख्वाबो की दुनिया में आई बहार सी। Read More »


The association of King of Romance with King of Melody: A musical tribute to Yash Raj Chopra and Mohammed Rafi

December 16th, 2012
Mohd Rafi with B.R.Chopra and Naushad

Mohd Rafi with B.R.Chopra and Naushad

Veteran producer-director Yash Raj Chopra passed way on 21st October, 2012 at around 05:30 PM at Lilavati Hospital, Bandra (West), Mumbai due to multi-organ failure who was admitted there on 13th October, 2012 for make a diagnosis with Dengue fever. He was survived by his wife Pamela Singh and two sons Aditya Chopra and Uday Chopra. Read More »


A to Z Singing Traits of Rafi Sahab

December 9th, 2012
Mohd Rafi with Muhammad Ali

Mohd Rafi with Muhammad Ali

Accent: The diction of Rafi Sahab was so pure & clear that even a well versed person, having the command of his own language & words, would find it difficult to pronounce as efficiently & clear as  Rafi Sahab used to do. The Xenolalia of Rafi Sahab was so impressive & perfect that his every song in different languages were sung with such a grammatical perfection that it appears as if all these songs are sung in his own mother tongue. Read More »


ReDiscovering Rafi Sahab through his Signatures

December 2nd, 2012
Rafi Sahab's Signature

Rafi Sahab’s Signature

Hand writing is mind writing, it is your soul on the paper, it is your pen picture, it is your holistic personal graph on the paper. Black line on white paper reveals your personality. The way lines in ECG tells about performance of your heart. Same way your writing is your mental ECG or personality graph on the paper. A graphologist is able to read the major personality traits / attributes and fine details of your personality/ reflexes/response… Read More »


An Open letter to Lata Ji

November 25th, 2012
Mohd Rafi with Lata Mangeshkar and Jaikishan

Mohd Rafi with Lata Mangeshkar and Jaikishan

Padmashri, Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan and Bharat Ratna Lataji,

There are some people who are born great, some acquire greatness and there are still others on whom greatness is thrust. You appear to belong to the third category. Fifty three years after the so-called rift with Rafi Saahab, thirty three years after his death and eighty three years of your own life time, if this is the issue that is pestering you most, you are really great. I don’t know whether it was your own inner voice only or coaxing by your ‘advisers’ that prompted you to talk like this and that too, in such a brazen manner. Whatever it may be Lataji, it is abundantly clear that with a coterie of friends like these – and with liberal inputs from your own self – you don’t require any enemies. They are available in-house. Aplenty. Read More »


I would also wish to make a request to all Rafians out there, If you find any news or articles on Rafi Saab, or want to publish your own, please email them to me. I would like to thank Mr. Ashish Bhushan, Ms. Nalini Ramji, Mr. Yoosuf, Mr. Aamir Raza, Ms. Nayak & Mr. Sajjad Qadir for all the help rendered.

We received an email from Mr. Raashid Rafi, Mohd Rafi's grandson.

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