On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mohammad Rafi, his fan Sharad Desai shares some memories of a rendezvous with the legendary singer. Read More »
There can be a big debate which actor did benefit the most out of Mohammed Rafi’s singing Dilip Kumar or Rajendra Kumar. Mohammad Rafi, the eternal singer had sung more than 150 songs for Jubilee Kumar Rajendra Kumar. Superstar Rajendra Kumar had a deadly combination with Mohammad Rafi and Shankar Jaikishan. Whenever the three combined together they created history.
In one Musical programme Burmanda honoured Rafi as “All Time Great“. It was always said that Kishore was Burmanda’s first choice for Dev Anand, also it is an open truth that Burmanda had a special feeling for Kishore, rather Kishore was his weak point, and so he created special tunes for him which were picturised on Dev Anand. Though Kishore was projected as Dev’s voice, in my opinion facts are somewhat different. So without prejudice, let us have a flashback. Read More »
Bharat Kumar Manoj Kumar had great combination with Mukesh and Mahendra Kumar. The media did not highlight the great combination of Rafi Sahab with Manoj Kumar. Rafisahab was instrumental in shaping the career of the patriotic actor in the 1960s. Read More »
After 33 years, the magic of the gentleman and his noble voice continues, yes, I am speaking about the legend Immortal the king of the singing world Padmashree Mohd Rafisaab the numbers of his fans are increasing day by day from the older generation to the younger generation come to pay their tribute at his final resting place at Santacruz, Mumbai. My self Suneil K Makwana, My Father Mr. Kishore Makwana, Mr. Sandeep Pathak & Mr.Raju Gupta has been there on the 33rd death anniversary to pay our tribute to the legend Mohd Rafisaab. Read More »
The family was driving down the Expressway connecting Ahmadabad to Baroda and some radio station was playing songs randomly. When the family travels together, I don’t necessarily get the freedom to play just my own favourites only.
Suddenly my son, sitting behind us, asked a question.
“Dad, would Mohd Rafi have been able to sing this song?”
I just took a minute to listen with some patience to the noisy and somewhat jarring piece that was being dished out as a song. Read More »
Mohammad Rafi, the very definition of Bollywood music, passed away on 31st July 1980. Thirty-three years after his demise, the music lovers, past and even present generation, even today, seems to be not tired of listening to his voice, with his timeless renditions and sheer magic of his versatile voice and timbre. A singer, who sang not merely from his throat, but from his entire body, mind and soul, was certainly one of a kind in bringing out the right emotion, feel and expression, in his renditions. Read More »
बुझ गए चिराग-ऐ-दिल , जब तेरी नज़र बुझ गयी .
अँधेरे से बढ गए हैं जिंदगानी में अब .
फुल चमन के मुरझा गए तेरा चेहरा जो मुरझाया ,
बहार की गैर -मौजूदगी में खिज़ा का डेरा है अब. Read More »
We received an email from Mr. Raashid Rafi, Mohd Rafi's grandson.
Write in to email@example.com, if you have any suggestions to improvize and make this site, a site with difference.