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Mere Mehboob Tujhe - 1963 film Mere Mehboob, Mohammed Rafi
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- Description: Mere Mehboob Tujhe Mere Mohabbat Ki Kasam - 1963 film Mere Mehboob. Singer: Mohammed Rafi. Lyrics by Shakeel Badayuni. Music by Naushad Ali. Stars: Rajendra Kumar, Sadhana Shivdasani, Ashok Kumar, Ameeta, Nimmi, Pran, Rehman, Johnny Walker. Director: Harnam Singh Rawail. Sudhendu Roy won the Filmfare Best Art Direction Award. Many parts of this movie were filmed in and around the historic Aligarh Muslim University, the the University Hall; the university Residential Hall; the associated clock tower "Victoria Gate"; Aligarh and Lucknow, showing traditional and sophisticated Muslim culture, using Urdu language. Urdu poetry and lyrics come, by and large, from the sweet Persian or Farsi language. Over a period of some 1,000 years, Mughals played a significant role in the development of Urdu poetry, lyrics, music, food, culture in Indian-Pakistan subcontinent and the neighbouring regions where almost two billion people understand the language. The poetic songs we see and hear in the Bollywood films would be nothing with out the Farsi or Persian influence. There would be no film songs or ghazals, singers or even screenplays and superstars without lyricists and writers. Why not give full due credit to the poor lyricists first, and also to the comparatively super-rich music composers, producers and directors? The legendary singer Mohammed Rafi (1924-1980) still continues to entertain millions around the world. Surely, he justly and rightly deserves more honours for his selfless contributions to the Bollywood film and entertainment industry that only gave him a handful of awards. There will never be anyone like Mohammed Rafi. His skills were just out of this world. Under-rated, under-paid Mohammed Rafi was honoured with the "best singer of the millennium" by Hero Honda and Stardust magazine in Mumbai on 07 January 2001, over twenty years after Rafi passed away in July 1980. "It was Mohammed Rafi sahib's humility which made him such a great singer. This is evident in his songs which he sang from the heart. He thought of the music, and doing a good job. He did not think of the money or furthering his career. His personality and attitude showed in his voice which was like divine nectar. God created him to sing...," according to Shakil. Only the best lyricists, musicians and singers perform for live shows, mehfils, ghazal nights...
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