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Bashira ( m. 1945) Bilquis (1947-1980) Children 7 Awards 6, 4, 1. 1 Honours (1967) Musical career Genres, Instruments Vocals Signature Mohammed Rafi (24 December 1924 - 31 July 1980) was an Indian and one of the most popular and successful singers of the. Rafi is widely considered to be one of the greatest and most influential singers of the Indian subcontinent. Rafi was notable for his voice, versatility and range; his songs were varied from fast peppy numbers to patriotic songs, sad numbers to highly romantic songs, to and to songs. He was known for his ability to mould his voice to the persona and style of an actor, lip-syncing the song on screen in the movie.

He received six and one. In 1967, he was honoured with the award by the. He has recorded songs for over a thousand Hindi films and has sung songs in various regional Indian languages as well as foreign languages, though primarily in - and over which he had a strong command. He has recorded as many as 7405 songs in many languages. He has sung in many regional Indian languages including,. Apart from Indian languages, he also sang songs in many foreign languages including, and.

Rafi's family tree. Mohammed Rafi was the second eldest of six brothers born to Haji Ali Mohammad. The family originally belonged to, a village near present-day in of. Rafi, whose nickname was Pheeko, began singing by imitating the chants of a in the streets of his native village where his family lived. Rafi's father moved to in 1935, where he ran a men's salon in Noor Mohalla in. Rafi learnt from, Pandit Jiwan Lal Mattoo and Firoze Nizami.

His first public performance came at the age of 13, when he sang in Lahore featuring. In 1941, Rafi, under Shyam Sundar, made his debut in Lahore as a playback singer in the duet 'Soniye Nee, Heeriye Nee' with Zeenat Begum in the film Gul Baloch (released in 1944) under music director Shyam Sunder.

In that same year, Rafi was invited by station to sing for them. He made his debut in Gaon Ki Gori in 1945. Early career in Mumbai Rafi moved to (then Bombay), in 1944. He and Hameed Sahab rented a ten-by-ten-feet room in the crowded downtown Bhendi Bazar area. Poet Tanvir Naqvi introduced him to film producers including, and actor-director Nazeer. Shyam Sunder was in Mumbai and provided the opportunity to Rafi to sing a duet with, 'Aji dil ho kaabu mein to dildar ki aisi taisi.,' for Gaon Ki Gori, which became Rafi's first recorded song in a Hindi film.

Other songs followed. Rafi's first song with was 'Hindustan Ke Hum Hain' with Shyam Kumar, Alauddin and others, from A. Kardar's Pehle Aap (1944). Around the same time, Rafi recorded another song for the 1945 film Gaon Ki Gori, 'Aji Dil Ho Kaaboo Mein'.

He considered this song to be his first Hindi language song. Rafi appeared in two movies.

In 1945, he appeared on the screen for the song 'Tera Jalwa Jis Ne Dekha' in the film Laila Majnu. He sang a number of songs for Naushad as part of the chorus, including 'Mere Sapnon Ki Rani, Roohi Roohi' with, from the film Shahjahan (1946). Rafi sang 'Tera Khilona Toota Balak' from Mehboob Khan's Anmol Ghadi (1946) and a duet with in the 1947 film Jugnu, 'Yahan Badla Wafa Ka'. After partition, Rafi decided to stay back in India and had the rest of his family flown to.

Noor Jehan migrated to and made a pair with playback singer. In 1949, Rafi was given solo songs by music directors such as Naushad ( Chandni Raat, Dillagi and Dulari) Shyam Sunder ( Bazaar) and Husnalal Bhagatram ( Meena Bazaar). Saigal, whom he considered his idol, Rafi was also influenced by G. In the early phase of his career, he often followed Durrani's style of singing, but later evolved his own, unique style. He sang with Durrani in some of the songs such as 'Humko Hanste Dekh Zamana Jalta Hai' and 'Khabar Kisi Ko Nahiin, Woh Kidhar Dekhte' ( Beqasoor, 1950).

In 1948, after the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi, the team of Husanlal Bhagatram-Rajendra Krishan-Rafi had overnight created the song 'Suno Suno Ae Duniyawalon, Bapuji Ki Amar Kahani'. He was invited by the Indian Prime Minister, to sing at his house. In 1948, Rafi received a silver medal from Jawaharlal Nehru on Indian Independence Day. Recording career in the 1950s and 1960s. See also: In his early career, Rafi associated with many contemporary music directors, most notably.

In the late 1950s and 1960s, he worked with other composers of the era such as, and. Work with Naushad As per Naushad, Rafi came to him with a letter of recommendation from Naushad's father. Rafi's first song for Naushad Ali was 'Hindustan Ke Hum Hain' ('We belong to Hindustan') for the film Pehle Aap in 1944. The first song for the duo was the soundtrack of the movie Anmol Ghadi (1946). Rafi's association with Naushad helped the former establish himself as one of the most prominent playback singers in Hindi cinema.

Songs from (1952) like 'O duniya ke rakhwale' and 'Man tarpat hari darshan ko aaj' furthered Rafi's credentials. Rafi ended up singing a total of 149 songs (81 of them solo) for Naushad. Before Rafi, Naushad's favourite singer was. Once Naushad found Talat smoking during a recording. He was annoyed, and hired Rafi to sing all the songs of the movie Baiju Bawra.

Work with S D Burman S.D. Burman used Rafi as a singing voice of and. Rafi worked with Burman in 37 films, including (1957), (1959), Kala Bazar, Nau Do Gyaran, Kala Pani, (1963), (1965), (1969), and (1973). Work with Shankar-Jaikishan Rafi's partnership with was among the most famous and successful in the Hindi film industry. Under Shankar-Jaikishan, Rafi produced some of his songs for actors like and. Out of six Filmfare awards, Rafi won three for S-J songs – 'Teri Pyari Pyari Surat Ko', 'Baharon Phool Barsao' and 'Dil Ke Jharokhe Mein'.

The song 'Yahoo! Chahe Koi Mujhe Junglee Kahe' was sung by Rafi, only to be matched a fast-paced orchestra and a composition by Shankar Jaikishan.

S-J had Rafi give playback for Kishore Kumar in the film Shararat ('Ajab hai daastan teri yeh zindagi'). Rafi sang a total of 341 numbers (216 solo) for Shankar-Jaikishan. Among the films of this combination are, Dil Tera Deewana, Prince, Beti Bete, and. Work with Ravi Rafi got his first for the title song of (1960), composed. He received the for the song 'Babul Ki Duaen Leti Ja' from the film (1968), also composed by Ravi.

Rafi wept during the recording of this song. He admitted this in his interview to the BBC in 1977. Ravi and Rafi produced several other songs in the films (1962), (1965), and (1966). Work with Madan Mohan was another composer whose favourite singer was Rafi.

Rafi's first solo with Madan Mohan in Ankhen (1950) was 'Hum Ishq Mein Barbad Hain Barbad Rahenge'. They teamed up to produce many songs including 'Teri Aankhon Ke Siva', 'Yeh Duniya Yeh Mehfil', 'Tum Jo Mil Gaye Ho', 'Kar Chale Hum Fida' and 'Meri Awaz Suno'. Nayyar Rafi and (OP) created music in the 1950s and 1960s.

Nayyar was once quoted as saying 'If there had been no Mohd. Rafi, there would have been no O.

He and Rafi created many songs together including 'Yeh Hai Bombay Meri Jaan'. He got Rafi to sing for singer-actor – 'Man Mora Baawara' for the movie Raagini. Later, Rafi sang for Kishore Kumar in movies such as Baaghi, Shehzaada and Shararat.

Nayyar used Rafi and Asha Bhosle for most of his songs. The team created many songs in the early 1950s and 1960s for movies such as (1957), (1957), and (1964). 10 bahany ker k ly gaye dil mp3 song. Rafi sang a total of 197 numbers (56 solo) for Nayyar. The songs 'Jawaaniyan yeh mast mast' and the title song 'Yun to humne lakh hansee dekhe hain, tumsa nahin dekha' of the film Tumsa Nahin Dekha were hits. They were followed by songs like 'Taareef karoon kya uski jisne tumhe banaya' from Kashmir ki Kali. Rafi and OP had a falling-out during the recording for movie 'Sawan ki Ghata'. As disclosed by OP during one of his interviews; Rafi reported late to the recording stating that he was stuck in 's recording.

OP then stated that from now on he too did not have the time for Rafi and cancelled the recording. They did not work together for the next 3 years. Work with Laxmikant-Pyarelal The composer duo (L-P) patronised Rafi as one of their singers, right from their very first song by him from the film (1963). Rafi and L-P won the for the song 'Chahoonga Main Tujhe Saanjh Savere' from (1964). Rafi rendered the highest number of songs for the music director duo Laxmikant-Pyarelal: 388 numbers for L-P. Once, when composer (who had migrated to ) didn't have enough money to pay him, Rafi charged a fee of one rupee and sang for him. He also helped producers financially.

As Laxmikant (of the Laxmikant-Pyarelal duo) once observed – 'He always gave without thinking of the returns'. Work with Kalyanji Anandji Kalyanji Anandji composed around 170 songs in the voice of Rafi. Kalyanji's relationship with Rafi started with the 1958 film, Samrat Chandragupta, his debut film as a solo composer. Kalyani-Anandji and Rafi went on to work together for the music of the -starrer Haseena Maan Jayegi (1968), which featured songs like 'Bekhudi Mein Sanam' and 'Chale The Saath Milke'.

Work with contemporary singers Rafi associated with several of his contemporaries, singing duets with them and sometimes for them (as in case of Kishore Kumar who was also an actor). Rafi sang the highest number of duets with (female), (male) and (female). In the song 'Humko Tumse Ho Gaya Hai Pyaar Kya Karein' ( ), Rafi sang one song with Kishore Kumar, Lata Mangeshkar, and Mukesh, the most legendary singers in.

This was probably the only time that all of them rendered their voices for one song. Work with other music directors Rafi sang frequently for all music directors during his lifetime, including Roshan, Jaidev, Khayyam, Rajesh Roshan, Ravindra Jain, Bappi Lahiri, Sapan Jagmohan etc. He had a special and major association with, and. He also sang for many small time and lesser-known music directors. Many for whom he sang for free while making their compositions immortal. As he selflessly believed in financially assisting producers and helping small-time projects who could not afford much.

Many in the industry received regular financial help from Rafi. Private albums Rafi sang several hit songs in 's album Golden Hits with. He recorded many private albums in various genres and languages, many of which are noted as all-time classics today. Rafi recorded Hindi songs in English on 7' release in 1968. He also sang a song in while on his visit to in the late 1960s. Rafi recorded two English albums as well. One of them is Pop Hits.

Royalty issue In 1962–1963, the popular female playback singer raised the issue of playback singers' share in the. Recognizing Rafi's position as the leading male playback singer, she wanted him to back her in demanding a half-share from the 5% song royalty that the film's producer conceded to select composers.

Rafi refused to side with her, stating that his claim on the film producer's money ended with his being paid his agreed fee for the song. Rafi argued that the producer takes financial risk and the composer creates the song, so the singer does not have any claim over the royalty money. Lata viewed his stand as a stumbling block on the royalty issue and stated that it is because of the singer's name also that the records get sold. This difference of opinion subsequently led to differences between the two. During the recording of 'Tasveer Teri Dil Mein' ( Maya, 1961), Lata argued with Rafi over a certain passage of the song. Rafi felt belittled, as music director sided with Lata. The situation worsened when Lata declared that she would no longer sing with Rafi.

Rafi stated that he was only so keen to sing with Lata as she was with him. The music director later negotiated a reconciliation between the two. In an interview given to on 25 September 2012, Lata claimed to have received a written apology from Rafi. However, Shahid Rafi, Mohammad Rafi's son, rebuffs the claim, calling it an act to dishonour his father's reputation.

Early 1970s In the 1970s, Rafi suffered from a throat infection. During a brief period in the early 1970s, Rafi recorded fewer songs. While Rafi's musical output was relatively lower during this period, he sung a considerable number of songs.

Some of Rafi's hit songs of the early 1970s were with music directors like, R.D. Burman and S.D.