Pussycat Dolls record own version of Slumdogs Jai HoFebruary 24th, 2009 - 3:27 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Feb 24 (ANI): The Pussycat Dolls have recorded their own version of Jai Ho, an Oscar-winning song from Slumdog Millionaire.
Super-producer Ron Fair produced the lead vocals for Pussycat Dolls frontwoman Nicole Scherzinger, whose voice blends with that of Oscar winning composer A.R. Rahman, reports People magazine.
Slumdog Millionaire, which tracks the journey of an 18-year-old boy from rags-to-riches, has won eight Oscars out of the 10 categories it was nominated for.
The flick has not only earned the Best Director gong for Danny Boyle, but also the Best Film award.
It also bagged awards for Original score, Original song, Film Editing, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, and Best Sound Mixing. (ANI)
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