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    Md. Rafi was born on 24th December, 1924 in Kotla Sultanpur (presently in Pakistan after the separation). He was born in a middle class muslim family. His brother, Hamid, was the first to notice the divine gift in Rafi's voice. Hamid, then, decided to concentrate all his efforts in providing all the support needed by his younger brother to make it big in the music world. At a very young age Md.Rafi learned Hindustani classical music under the renowned Bade Ghulam Ali Khan. Rafi's great interest and dedication paid off and he was soon trained to be one of the greatest singers of all time.

    Rafi had several opportunities to sing in public. His first opportunity in films came under the music direction of Shyam Sunder in Lahore, for the film Gull-Balaach. The film was released on 28 February, 1944 and soon Rafi's first songs were being hummed by people, children and adults alike. During that time popular actor Nazeer heard of Rafi and his songs, and realizing his potential invited him to Bombay. Md. Rafi arrived in Bombay, and was to live there for the next 36 years. Again he had the opportunity to sing under the baton of Shyam Sunder for the film "GaoN ki Gori". Soon Rafi's fame spread far and wide and several eminent music directors signed him up. Rafi utilized these great opportunities and soon carved a niche for himself in the Hindi film world by singing for Naushad, Madan Mohan, S.D. Burman, Hemanth Kumar, Vasanth Desai, Sardaar Mullick, and others.
    In 1948 on the death of Mahatma Gandhi, Md. Rafi sang the song "Suno, suno ae duniya vaalon, bapuji ki amar kahaani", written by Rajinder Krishan and music scored by Husnlal Bhagatram. Rafi's voice echoed the sadness of this great tragedy and listeners soon had their eyes filled with tears. Such was the magic in his voice and soon he became the favourite of millions. With the start of the famous "Binaca Geet Mala" in 1952, the program aired the immortal songs of the film "Baiju Bawra" and this really launched Rafi as a popular singer for all ages. Thousands of request for Rafi's songs poured into Sri Lanka Radio. Md. Rafi easily became the favourite of many music directors. His understanding and seriousness to give his best was well appreciated. It is also well known that several films with mediocre actors became hits just because of his songs. Rafi is also known to help young and upcoming music directors by singing for them and helping them out in scoring the music. Indeed he was loved by one and all his fans and colleagues.
    Rafi breathed his last on 31st July, 1980 in Bombay, a couple of days after he recorded his last song for the film "Aaspaas" (Too kahin aaspaas hain dost", scored by Laxmikant-Pyarelal). He may be absent from this world but his golden voice will echo for generations to come
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    Hey man plz post the title of the songs included in the List plzzzzzzz. i love this website .. thanx a lot

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    Thanx man Thanx a lot i was lokin 4 such cool songs .. just need the titles of the song...thanx once again

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    ska tracklist kahan hai ????

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    haan yar track list ho to daal de

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    Where is the track-list?

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