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Nagarajan Muthukumar 12 July — 14 August was an Indian poet , lyricist , and author. Muthukumar grew up in Kannikapuram village in Kancheepuram , India in a middle class family. He has a brother Ramesh Kumar. At the age of four, he lost his mother. At a young age, he acquired an interest in reading. He began his career working under Balu Mahendra for four years. His last movie as lyricist is Sarvam Thaala Mayam with A. On 14 June , he married Jeevalakshmi in Vadapalani , Chennai. Muthukumar, who had been suffering from jaundice for a long time, died on the morning of 14 August , at his Chennai residence of cardiac arrest.
Growing up with Mohammed Rafi songs was the norm for my generation, although Kishore-RD mania had reached a crescendo in the 70s. Since , I started travelling out of India and have met many people of Indian origin, besides Africans and other Asians, who have been listening to Mohammed Rafi for at least three generations now. In while on a visit to Israel, I shared an apartment in Tel Aviv, with two young Jewish women from New York who watched Bollywood films on the Bombay channel, every evening. Suhani raat dhal chuki still remains a favourite among some Sri Lankan friends, and an Iranian student breaks into Aye mohabbat zindabad every now and then. As we mark his 40th death anniversary today, we pay tribute to an artiste who sang over songs in several Indian as well as foreign languages and has inspired many singers including south Indian greats such as Yesudas and SP Balasubrahmanyam. Mohammed Rafi was born in in Punjab, but his family moved to Lahore where he received formal music training from the Ustads, not without opposition from his strictly religious Muslim family. In , he moved to Bombay, first singing in the chorus for a mere 10 rupees and then moving onto solo songs under the tutelage of legendary music director Naushad Ali. The rest, as they say, is history.