The title track of the movie Dhoom became party anthem in 2004. The credit goes to the pop Thai pop singer, Tata Young, whose voice lent adistinctive USP to the Song, Dhoom Machale. Her hot sizzling video with
became a rage everywhere and created enough dhoom for the movie to be a hit.
After the success of the electric Song, Dhoom Machale, Yashraj applied the same formulae in the movie
. Yashraj roped in British music producer Rishi Rich who produced a beautiful track ‘U ’n’ I (Mere Dil Vich Hum Tum),’ and the funky video became highly popular among the youth. The song brought into vogue the concept of ‘jazz’ in India. Rishi Rich also composed a Bhangra Hip-Hop for the film BOOM.
American rapper and actor, Snoop Dogg’s desi tadka and bhangra alongside
became extremely popular. The hip-hop was a perfect jinx of east and west in the film Singh is King. The track was the first ever rap song in an Indian movie, the costliest Bollywood song, and the first ever American mainstream performance in Bollywood, and it received worldwide attention.
Australian pop sensation Kylie teamed up with big names A.R Rahman and Akshay Kumar in the film BLUE. Kylie did all the latkas and jhatka in desi Bollywood style, and Akshay matched in every step with the hot Kylie's sexy moves. The film didn’t spark off much fire but the song ‘Chiggy Wiggy’ got famous worldwide.
The famous track
from the sci-fi film Ra.One featured American singer Akon. Vishal and Shekhar had Akon in their wishlist for a longtime, and the track did wonders whenit was released. Everyone grooved to the Chammak Challo tune.
Sweeden-based Iranian singer Arash Labah became a household name with the song Boro Boro in
. The man re-introduced the Middle-east music in Bollywood. The singer says that he would love to be a part of Bollywood again if the right opportunity pops up.