Kylie To Lend Voice To Bollywood?

8 12 2008

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Website DNA India has reported that Kylie could be making history as the first international A-list pop star to lend her voice to a mainstream Bollywood music director. According to their sources, Kylie has agreed to sing for AR Rahman and will be heading to India in January 2009 to record the song for a reported $1 million fee.

“The song will be recorded for the film Blue, which stars Akshay Kumar, Sanjay Dutt and Lara Dutta. The producers also want Kylie to make a music video of the song. In all probability, the song would be shot in Hollywood.” the unnamed source revealed.

Sources also revealed that there were a fresh round of negotiations last week and that Kylie is not afraid to visit Mumbai although she is well aware of the recent terrorist attack.

“Within two to three weeks, we’ll make a formal announcement.” said Rajnigandha Shekhawat of Nine Winds, which is handling the film’s communications.

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5 responses

8 12 2008
Dennis

Pretty interesting, I wanna know how it turns out 😀

8 12 2008
sebastien vasseur

no way!!!

8 12 2008
Anonymous

OMG i hope she will be fine over at Mumbai

8 12 2008
Nina

I also don’t like the idea of Kylie going to Mumbai…it’s really dangerous there. 😦
I hope she will have a lot of security men who take care of her.

9 12 2008
Jav

I’m sure kylie will be fine. She’s not stupid as to put herself in danger. And I am sure it will be one of the most interesting collaborations she’s ever done. Is there anything our kylie cannot do!? Go Kylie!! 😉

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