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Ankh mein surat teri – Mohammad Rafi – O P Nayyar...

Movie - Choo Mantar (1956): Ankh mein surat teri was featured in Shree Sound Studios’ romedy Choo Mantar (1956) directed by M Sadiq and produced...

Jabse tumhe dekha hai – Rafi/Asha – Ravi – Rajendra/Asha |...

Movie: Jabse tumhe dekha hai appeared in 1961 Gemini Studios’ hit family drama Gharana (1961) produced and directed by S S Vasan. The movie starred...

Baar baar dekho hazaar baar dekho – Mohammad Rafi – Ravi...

A little girl called Dolly also lived in our building. She used to be a great friend of Mom. She would always say the...

Pinjauda bhak bhai – Meenu/Asha/Rafi – Sonik-Omi | Umar Qaid (1975)

Movie: Pinjauda bhak bhai song was featured in 1975 Gautam Pictures’ Bollywood action movie Umar Qaid (Life Term or Life Sentence for an accused) directed...

Akele hain chale aao (Male) – Mohammad Rafi – Kalyanji-Anandji –...

Movie: Akele hain chale aao (Male) appeared in 1967 Sippy Films’ thriller Raaz (secret) directed by Ravindra Dave and produced by G P Sippy. The...

Husnwale tera jawab nahin – Rafi/Asha – Ravi – Rajendra/Asha |...

Movie: Husnwale tera jawab nahin appeared in 1961 Gemini Studios’ hit family drama Gharana (1961) produced and directed by S S Vasan. The movie starred...

Apna hai phir bhi apna – Mohammad Rafi – Madan Mohan...

Movie: Apna hai phir bhi apna appears in the social frama Bhai-Bhai (1956) directed by M V Raman and produced by A V Meiyappan for...

Rafi-Asha Duets (II)

Today, I have selected some Rafi-Asha Duets. Mohammad Rafi and Asha Bhonsle are 2 singers par excellence. I don’t have to explain why I...

Singer Mohammad Rafi’s Death Anniversary

Flawless voice molded to the requirement for different actors. That is how I describe Padma Shri Mohammad Rafi Sahab’s crooning. He has sung songs...

Jai Raghunandan – Rafi/Asha – Ravi – Bipin/Vijayalakshmi | Gharana (1961)

This beautiful and typically Hindu bhajan was written by a Muslim and rendered by one too. I am getting goosebumps! Movies have always shown...