NeiL sings a Bollywood song on 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire'!

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WEBSITE: ORKUT: FACEBOOK: A short clip of my performance on 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire: Hotseat' (Channel 9, Australia) - hosted by Eddie McGuire. This was the first ever instance of someone performing a hindi song on Australian National TV! "Jai Ho" is the title track of the Academy Award winning movie: "Slumdog Millionaire". It was originally recorded by Sukhvinder Singh, Vijay Prakash, Tanvi Shah & Mahalaxmi Iyer. The music director was A. R. Rehman. The song was also made famous by The Pussycat Dolls, who recorded another version of it. Not bad for a guy who's spent all his life in Aussie ey! Enjoy...

  1. This man definitely has a lot of courage. Most non-professional singers would be too nervous to do it.
  2. not bad at all
  3. ROFL!! Eddie must be think WTF this cunt lololol....meh w/e good on ya mate.
  4. WOW :-)
  5. Good man, that took balls
  6. this is the spirit of aussieland..everyone is accepted who also wants to integrate but proudly keeps their own culture.
  7. Very real !
  8. NEW YORK... HAHA..
  9. Lol. This was good.
  10. very good......
  11. I have alot of indian friends and i must say Indians have great voice when it comes to singing :)
  12. i think i saw him in indian idol or sa re ga ma pa once in auditions
  13. By the way how much prize money did he won?
  14. gr8, m8.
  15. @shenzhenprostitute & @somo84 - FYI,He is a professional singer.
  16. Awesome! :D
  17. cute
  18. which city are you from? Sydney or Melbourne
  19. Ucha Ucha Jinde .. Shami Yani Kay-telay.. Desi boy... My Desi boy boy boy lol.
  20. Many Australian born children here do not know or have opportunity to listen to music or listen to News in Indian language/s, but still they learn to sing in Indian language which is something we should be proud of. These children also sing perfectly in the public without being nervous at all. Ability to speak one's own language should be taken as a pride not SHAME in AUSTRALIA. Look at people of other country in Australia-they proudly speak their own language, we do the reverse........
  21. this man went onto sa re ga ma pa which is a singing contest in india they said he wasnt good =\
  22. this man went onto sa re ga ma pa which is a singing contest in india they said he wasnt good =\
  23. @beani1 :correction Aaja Aaja jind-e shamiyane ke tale
  24. thats gr88888888888888888888888888888
  25. was that in bhaojpuri ???
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