IFH Explores What Makes Mohammad Rafi

IFH Explores What Makes Mohammad Rafi India’s Greatest Singer?

Naa fankaar tujhsa tere baaad aaya Zamaane ko jisne, Deewaana banaaya Muskil hai tujko kabhi bhool pana Mohammad rafi Tuhje hamesha yaad karega zamana! The above verse beautifully captures the larger-than-life persona of Indian Film Music Industries’ undisputed ‘Monarch’ in playback singing called – Mohammed Rafi. Today, 41 yrs have passed since he bid adieu on 31st July 1980, yet,…

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Centenary Of Indian Cinema

Shammi Kapoor’s ‘Junglee’ Brought A Revolution In Indian Cinema with Eastmancolor

Technicolor was a costly matter mostly because the prints have to be developed in London but the quality of rich color was stunning and impressive hence mostly big-budget films made by top filmmakers were made in Technicolor but every filmmaker could effort the cost of Technicolor hence an American company Eastman Kodak launched Eastmancolor that created sensations in color films…

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Bollywood Music Copy Cats

Shankar-Jaikishan Started The Trend Of Copying Songs From The West! – Part 4

Unarguably Music legends Shankar-Jakishan were the Undisputed Monarch of Music of the 50′ and ’60s. The duo composed such immortal melodies that they earned the title of ‘Best Music Directors’ of the Golden Era. They won the maximum 9 Filmfare awards and gave several super hit films like Barsaat, Awaara, Shree 420, Sangam, Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai; Professor; Suraj;…

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