There aren’t many things in the world that can compare to Mohammad Rafi Sahab’s calming voice. Rafi Sahab is the perfect example of every human feeling that music can express, from the upbeat Badan Pe Sitare to the melancholy Din Dhal Jaaye. Enroll in this session to discover the subtleties of singing these lovely songs.

Music enthusiasts are drawn to Rafi’s tone and his capacity to sing any style of song melodiously. Rafi excelled in all musical genres—romantic, sad, patriotic, Hindu religious songs, etc.—and his passionate vocals captivated listeners. A number of male vocalists of that era were marginalised as a result of their sheer flexibility, excellent emoting, sublime voice, and remarkable octave range, to paraphrase OP Nayyar, the emperor of rhythm. And Nayyar had remarked bluntly, “If there had not been Rafi, there would have been no OP Nayyar.” A famous vocalist like Mukesh once quipped ironically that if Rafi stopped releasing music, artists like him would have more opportunities to perform!

Examining some of the greatest hits will shed light on the maestro’s captivating vocal prowess and other talents. Some of the best love songs ever recorded include Deewana Hua Badal from Kashmir ki Kali, Tere Mere Sapne from Guide, Pukarta Chala Hoon from Mere Sanam, Likhe Jo Khat Tumhe from Kanyadan, Mast Baharon Ka Mei Asique from Farz, Aye Dil Hain Mushkil from CID, and Jo Wada Kiya from Tajmahal, among others. With incredible composure, the same voice has sang heartbreaking melodies like Yaade Na Jaye, Beete Dino Ki, (Dil Ek Mandir), Tute Hue Khawabon Ne (Madhumati), etc. The classic national anthem, “Kar Chalein Hum Fida (Haqeeqat),” brought tears to the listeners’ eyes.