Project Description

Mohammed Rafi: God’s Own Voice

  • INR795 / £12.99 / $20
  • ISBN: 978-93-85285-16-5
  • Size: 228 x 150 mm,
  • 364pp, 70gsm Bookprint
  • 61 photographs, Black & white
  • Hardbound with dust jacket
A brilliantly-researched book that traces the life and times of legendary singer Mohammed Rafi, and the ups and downs of his career.Comprises intriguing interviews with co-workers and family that portray Rafi as a large-hearted man as opposed to a celebrity.Supported with anecdotes and first-hand accounts of interactions with Rafi, it is a must-buy for any Rafi fan.

Dhirendra Jain


Dhirendra Jain Dhirendra Jain had his grounding in film journalism from Raipur in Chhattisgarh. His book Sunehre Pal won an award from the prestigious Maharashtra State Hindi Sahitya Akademi, Mumbai. His [...]

Raju Korti


Raju Korti A fountainhead of creative writing, Raju Korti is a dedicated, resourceful and innovative media professional who has been in the industry for over 33 years. He began his long [...]

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