Mohammad Rafi is one of the greatest versatile artists in the world. So, today’s post includes the Different Moods of Mohammad Rafi. Be it the depiction of teasing in romance, seriousness in romance, wooing, soothing the grief-stricken heroine, divine love of Radha and Krishna, disgust due to the behavior of a former partner, pleading to the Lord, indirectly showing the truth, patriotism or the longing toward the recently wedded daughter who left the father’s home; he got the essence of the emotions just right. No wonder even today there are several fans of this stalwart, several years after he departed for his heavenly abode.
Different Moods of Mohammad Rafi
Radhike tune bansari churayi… Beti-Bete (1964)
Yeh reshmi zulfen yeh sharbati ankhen… Do Raaste (1969)
Parda hai parda… Amar Akbar Anthony (1977)
Tu Ganga ki mauj main Jamuna ki dhara… Baiju Bawra (1952)
Sau baar janam lenge… Ustadon Ke Ustad (1963)
Madhuban mein Radhika nachere… Kohinoor (1960)
Kya miliye aise logonse jinki fitrat chupi rahe… Izzat (1968)
Kuch log yahan par aise hai… Vardaan (1975)
Brij mein laut chalo paun paro tore Shyam… Non-film song.
Tum jano tum jano ya hum jane… Kaalicharan (1976)
Us mulk ki sarhad ko koi choo nahin sakta… Ankhen (1968)
Baabulki duayen leti ja… Neel Kamal (1968)