New Delhi (India), July 6: It’s for the primary time in Indian Cinema’s historical past that the late legendary music composer Naushad Ali Saab finds recognition within the World Book of Records for his best contribution to the Indian Movie trade.

Naushad Ali Saab’s son Raju Naushad Ali, additionally a music composer, obtained the award from Santosh Shukla and Usmaan Khan, President World Book of Records, on Sunday.

The late Naushad Saab’s bungalow, Ashiana, witnessed prolonged relations and well-wishers who stopped by to laud the World Book of Records for the honour bestowed on the late legendary music composer.

“I really feel elated for my late father, Naushad Saab, being recognised by the World Book Of Records for his devoted contribution to the Indian Cinema. It’s a nice honour, and I thank the World Book of Records for together with my father’s title in it,” says Raju Naushad Ali, who was identified for his musical composition for the epic teleserial Tipu Sultan.

Santosh Shukla from the World Book of Records says, “We on the World Book Of Records took this initiative of together with the late legends who not solely put of their soul however sacrificed their total life within the Indian movie trade with their priceless contribution. We wish to benefit their relations by together with their names within the World Book Of Records. By doing this, we want our youthful era to know concerning the late legends’ dedication to the Indian music trade. In the subsequent six months, you can be stunned to know yet another legendary title being included within the World Book of Records. “

Talking about Naushad Saab’s fond reminiscences, Raju Naushad Ali reminisces about his nice father talking about an incident when the late thespian Dilip Kumar Saab complained about not getting an opportunity to sing in any of his movies.

“Throughout the making of Dillagi, Dilip Saab needed to sing a tune. My dad handed over the mic and requested Dilip Saab to sing whereas Naushad Saab performed the harmonium. After some time, my dad informed Dilip Saab, ‘Aap sur achha pakad lete ho, par taal nahin mila paate’ (you could have a great voice, however it doesn’t go in rhythm with the music). Dilip Saab lastly gave up,” shares Raju Naushad Ali, who says the tune ‘Jab pyaar kiya toh darna kya’ from Mughal-E-Azam nonetheless stays an all time hit.

“My dad obtained the most effective from Mohammad Rafi Saab, one other late legendary singer. Who can neglect ‘Suhaani raat dal chuki’, from the hit Dulaari,” questions Raju Naushad Ali?

President of World Book of Records, Usmaan Khan, who forayed into the Indian movie trade along with his musical composition for the movie ‘Gabru Gang’ and later got here up with musical albums like ‘Rabba Mere Rabba’ and ‘Aye Khuda’ makes some extent.

“It’s for the primary time within the historical past of the Indian movie trade {that a} late music composer finds a point out within the World Book Of Records and is awarded for a similar. I’ve seen actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Kapil Sharma and the late singer Lata Mangeshkar, to call a couple of, fond a point out within the World Book of Records. It’s a privilege to take action, “says Usmaan Khan on a concluding observe.

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