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Spiritual Rendezvous with Rafi Sahab on his Birthday

February 13th, 2017

Spiritual Rendezvous with Rafi Sahab on his Birthday

It always was my profound desire to visit places in Mumbai associated with Rafi sahab (his residence, his grave, Mohd. Rafi Chowk in Bandra etc.). In-spite of couple of visits to Mumbai in last few years, this desire never got fulfilled until recently on his birthday on 24th Dec. 2016 when I was on a visit to Mumbai for about 7-8 days and made it a point to spare this auspicious day to fulfill my wish. As I had thought it be, the day turned be a one of the greatest for me. It was like a pilgrimage.
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Main Geet Gaaoon Pyaar Ke

December 24th, 2016

Main Geet Gaaoon Pyaar Ke

A recently released movie had an absolutely irrelevant , irreverent and rude remark about Rafi Sahab and his penchant for singing only sad songs that were meant to make the singer and his listeners cry. Read More »

Remembering Rafisahab on his birth anniversary

December 24th, 2016

Music lovers all across the world remember, the unforgettable musical maestro Mohd Rafi, on his birth anniversary on 24th December, 2016. He had died in 1980 and 28 years passed after his death. Yet he had created an everlasting appeal during his 35 years illustrious career which has not faded away at all. Read More »

List of 120 Patriotic songs by Rafi Sahab

August 14th, 2016

Apni Azaadi Ko Ham

Patriotic songs are an integral part of Hindi films, and this trend had started even before independence. In fact a few songs/films were banned by British as they feared these would spark off a revolution. Read More »

Mohammad Rafi had remained one of the greatest singers of all times

July 31st, 2016

Mohammad Rafi with Nayyar, Madan Mohan, Roshan, Shankar Jaikishan, Naushad

On his death anniversary on 31st July, 2016, great Mohammed Rafi is remembered all across the world. He is considered one of the greatest singers of all times. Rafi Sahab remained an eternal singer. Even after more than 36 years of death, his songs had remained immortal and relevant even today. Read More »

Bringing Generations Together – Rafi Sahab’s Magic

July 31st, 2016

Mohammed Rafi Sahab's melodies in car

The family was driving down the Expressway connecting Ahmedabad 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.

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The wonder and magic of Rafi Saab!

July 31st, 2016

Floral Tributes to Mohd Rafi

36 years after his demise, we are still wondering as to how Mohammed Rafi Saab could so naturally sing maintaining all the parameters of playback singing at its optimum level. He could more than meet the expectations of some 18 front level music composers, while being so caring and considerate in obliging to the graduating second line music composers. Read More »

Remembering stylist ‘JAANI’ on his 20th Death Anniversary with spirit of Mohammed Rafi

July 24th, 2016

Mohammed Rafi and Raaj Kumar

Third July, 2016 was the 20th death Anniversary of stylish and iconic actor Raaj Kumar. In Indian Cinema, Raaj Kumar is specially known as a king of dialogue delivery, he was famous for his unique style of speaking and dressing in films. In most of his films, he was best known for his famous slogan “JAANI” used in his dialogues and also addressing to his co-star. His famous dialogues are: “Aapke Paon Dekhe, Bahut Haseen Hain, Inhe Zameen Pe Mat Utariyega, Maile Ho Jaayenge from PAKEEZAH, Jinke Ghar Sheeshey Ke Hote Hain, Woh Doosron Ke Ghar Pe Patthar Nahin Phenka Karte from WAQT and  Na Talwaar Ki Dhar Se, Na Goliyon Ki Bauchaar Se, Banda Darta Hai Tu Sirf Parvardigar Se” from TIRANGAA. 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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