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Did you become a Rafisaab fan before
Did you become a Rafisaab fan before
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iqbal
post Aug 19 2004, 06:07 PM
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I can recall watching Kishoreda live (not on stage) but in a live televised programme in 1986 when visiting the UK and appeared on a programme ‘Nai zindagi naya jeevan’ – sang beautifully the hit Khilte hai gul yahaan’
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post Aug 19 2004, 09:15 PM
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QUOTE (iqbal @ Aug 19 2004, 06:07 PM)
I can recall watching Kishoreda live (not on stage) but in a live televised programme in 1986 when visiting the UK and appeared on a programme ‘Nai zindagi naya jeevan’ – sang beautifully the hit Khilte hai gul yahaan’

Hiya Iqbal,

I remember watching this when it was shown on TV. I still have it on video as my dad recorded it at the time. It also has Amit Kumar in the background playing a tambourine or something.

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post Aug 19 2004, 10:58 PM
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QUOTE (Iqbal)
I can recall watching Kishoreda live (not on stage) but in a live televised programme in 1986 when visiting the UK and appeared on a programme ‘Nai zindagi naya jeevan’ – sang beautifully the hit Khilte hai gul yahaan’



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Hiya Iqbal, I remember watching this when it was shown on TV. I still have it on video as my dad recorded it at the time. It also has Amit Kumar in the background playing a tambourine or something.




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post Aug 20 2004, 10:46 AM
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I think they were just fooled by God's status being set at 'Be Right Back'.

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post Aug 20 2004, 05:40 PM
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QUOTE (YaarMere @ Aug 19 2004, 10:58 PM)
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I can recall watching Kishoreda live (not on stage) but in a live televised programme in 1986 when visiting the UK and appeared on a programme ‘Nai zindagi naya jeevan’ – sang beautifully the hit Khilte hai gul yahaan’



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Hiya Iqbal, I remember watching this when it was shown on TV. I still have it on video as my dad recorded it at the time. It also has Amit Kumar in the background playing a tambourine or something.




Is pakeeza jagah pe baith kar yeh kessi baat ho rahi hai... khuda ka zara bhi daar nahi raha kya?

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post Aug 20 2004, 08:56 PM
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Not only i became a rafian before his death, but i always watched him perform on the stage (15 feet from the stage:-). I was fortunate to see most of the legends in concert ( Rafi - once, Lata - twice, Kishore - once, Asha - once, Mehdi Hassan - twice and many others....) Rafi saab's concert was the best!


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post Aug 20 2004, 09:04 PM
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4 Creation and distribution of fullcolour video's of
his live shows.





I hope the videos are released very soon, can’t wait to see a full concert.









Dear friends

A FORUM NAMED RAFI SMRITI HAS BEEN FORMED IN THE
MEMMORY OF GREAT SINGER MOHAMMAD RAFI SAHEB.

A MEMMORIAL MEETING WAS HELD ON 31 st JULY 2004 -
DEATH ANNIVERSARY OF RAFI SAHEB, IN WHICH A PROPOSAL
WAS PASSED UNNANIMOUSLY IN WHICH A DEMAND WAS MADE TO
GOVERNMENT THAT BHARAT RATAN AWARD/DADA SAHEB FALKE
AWARD SHOULD BE GIVEN TO RAFI SAHEB.

REPORTS REGARDING THIS GROUP, HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED IN
MANY NEWSPAPERS LIKE PUNJAN KESRI AND RAJSTHAN PATRIKA
ON AUGUST 01, 2004.


OFFICE OF THIS FORUM IS IN DELHI.This group is soon
going to be registered as a national social
organisation.Action programmes of this group will be
decieded in next meetting of the group going to be
held in next month. We will meet with Dr. A P J Abdul
Kalam, Mrs Sonia Gandhi, central ministers including
Mr.Sunil Dutt and member of parliament including Mr
Dharmendra.

LIST OF OFFICE BEARERS OF THIS GROUP ARE FOLLOWING

H .B. MATHUR, VICE PRESIDENT (LAW), ESCORTS GROUP,
FARIDABAD

VINOD VIPLAV, JOURNALIST AND WRITER, ASSOCIATED WITH A
NATIONAL NEWS AGENCY, DELHI

DR.R.P.SINGH,MEDICAL PRACTIONER, DELHI

L.K.ANAND, CONTRACTOR, MDMC, DELHI

ASHOK PRIYADARSHI, JOURNALIST, BHASHKAR

ASHISH KUMAR, MANAGER OF A EVENT MANAGEMENT COMPANY
PH. 9871303193

ARUN KUMAR, NEW DELHI

MRS MAMTA YADAV, COMPUTER PROFESSIONAL

SHREE PRAKAS, SOCIAL WORKER

SANTOSH SHINHA, GOVT SERVENT IN BIHAR GOVT.

IRFAN, FAMOUS RADIO PRESENT FOR FM GOLD OF ALL INDIA
RADIO


ANYBODY WANTS TO JOIN THIS FORUM OR WANT TO KNOW MORE
ABOUT THIS GROUP MAY CONTACT

VINOD VIPLAV
PH.9868103624
vivijournalist@yahoo.com


AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THIS GROUP ARE AS FOLLOWS

This group is formed with the following objectives
1 Promoting discussions on Mohamed Rafi and old and
gold music of india
2 Publication of his biographies and publication of
collections of his interviews in different newspapers.
3 Creation and publication of a list of all his songs
and details about these songs.
4 Creation and distribution of fullcolour video's of
his live shows.
5 Producing a film of his works and life
6 To collect information about his children, wife,
relatives, etc. and publish these information.
7 Publication booklets on interesting topics about
Mohamed Rafi Sahib
8 Publish the memories of the (closed) friends of
Mohamed Rafi Sahib
9 Realisation of the "Mohamed Rafi" street name in
different town and metros of India and other parts of
the world.
10.To start a national award in the memmory of Rafi
Saheb.
11.to build a memorial and a music archives at Kotla
Sultansingh.
12.To organise musical programmes on music.

YOUR SUGGETIONS ARE HIGHLY APPRECIATED.YOU ARE INVITED
TO JOIN THIS GROUP.

VINOD VIPLAV
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post Aug 20 2004, 10:38 PM
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QUOTE (SAJJAD @ Aug 20 2004, 11:26 AM)
Not only i became a rafian before his death, but i always watched him perform on the stage (15 feet from the stage:-). I was fortunate to see most of the legends in concert ( Rafi - once, Lata - twice, Kishore - once, Asha - once, Mehdi Hassan - twice and many others....) Rafi saab's concert was the best!

Sajjad-bhai:

Would you please share with us your recollections of the shows? One at a time, please.

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post Aug 21 2004, 02:10 AM
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Sajjad,

I too would join Unni in the request. Please try recollecting and putting down as much as possible, one at a time, into a somewhat thorough piece, in each singers section. Since, you're an ardent fan of Rafi sahab, I guess, why not give Rafi Sahab's concert the honour of being the first one to be related here.
Thank you.

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post Aug 21 2004, 05:48 AM
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After. I was born in 1984. I love his songs from the 70s till his final gems.
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post Aug 22 2004, 02:35 PM
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I was born after two years of his death. But his voice has casted a magical spell around me and I am lucky to be like this.

I think youngsters use internet more than the older fellows, thats why the poll is going their way.

But an interesting poll. smile1.gif





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post Aug 22 2004, 05:48 PM
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I was 4 years old when Rafisaab passed away but I remeber my elder brother saying that I used to sing 'Maine poochha chand se'.But as far as i remember I was completely hooked on to his voice after watching Naseeb(John Jaani Janardhan and Chal mere bhai) in 1981 in the theatre.

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post Aug 23 2004, 01:24 PM
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QUOTE (myawan @ Aug 22 2004, 09:05 AM)
I was born after two years of his death. But his voice has casted a magical spell around me and I am lucky to be like this.

I think youngsters use internet more than the older fellows, thats why the poll is going their way.

But an interesting poll. smile1.gif


Hi Yusufbhai,

What do u mean ‘their’ way, remember you’re also one of the younger generations!

‘Our’ way.
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post Aug 24 2004, 05:17 AM
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yes Iqbal, true. smile1.gif





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post Aug 24 2004, 06:37 AM
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It is so heartening to see the poll go "their" way!

It is but natural for someone older like me to be a fan. For, after all, we grew up with that voice. But to witness an entire generation of young listeners becoming fans after Rafi-sahab was no more with us.................that is so, so thrilling!

IMHO, these "new" fans are more discriminative. They are not carried away by the aura of the star on whom the song was picturized or the popularity of the movie in which it was featured. In fact, when you see the actual song sequences in recorded format, mostly in black & white, you would be justified in your disdain for the film-making of those days. So, when you appreciate the song and the singer, you are really truly restricting your appreciation to the musical content and the quality of the rendering.

As 'extenok' wrote in another context, good things never go out of style.

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