Rafi was often criticised for his voice. In a 1980 interview, Rafi said that his voice was not of a lyrical nature and that he made no attempt to alter his style, even though he was offered many chances to change it. He admitted that he did not record many songs for himself in later years; his main motive was to make music for other artists and he was not interested in recording songs for himself. He also said that all those who sang songs for him and then forgot him, did so because they thought it was too much effort to sing for him. He also said that he was uninterested in recording songs for cinema stars like Dilip Kumar and Raj Kapoor and did not find them interesting, since he considered them to be artists and not filmmakers.
Rafi married actress Zeenat Aman, daughter of actor Mumtaz Shanti, in 1964. They have a son, Aslam Rafi. Aslam was in the showbiz as a child actor, and he made his acting debut in the movie Jagte Raho (1981), which was based on the life of gangster Acharya Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. He acted in a few more films until he turned nine.
Rafi was one of the few playback singers who sang songs for his family members, starting from his father, Gokhale and then his mother, Nargis (who was a singer before she married Rafi's father), then his elder brother, Mushtaq (who also became a playback singer), his sister, Ruma, his nephew, Naseeruddin and his nephew, Salim Khan.
Rafi's voice was a combination of strong high range and high pitch. He was known to be a perfectionist and was hard to work with. He only agreed to sing for Noor Jehan after listening to her songs. He would often ask for playback singing singers to proofread his compositions. In the years before his death, Rafi sang more than 200 songs for the Malayalam film industry alone. In the 1970s, Rafi sang for Umesh Chand Joshi in two movies, Thiranottam (1973) and Jungle (1977).
Between 1950 and 1960, Rafi recorded a total of 45 songs for Dev Anand. In his career as a playback singer, he sang for Dev Anand in 5 Hindi movies, including Chori Chori, Devdas and Tere Mere Sapne.
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