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Hindi Songs by Natalie Di Luccio

Updated on November 26, 2013
Natalie Di Luccio, Canadian singer who sings in several languages including Hindi
Natalie Di Luccio, Canadian singer who sings in several languages including Hindi

Natalie Di Luccio is a Canada born multilingual singer, who sings mainly in Hindi, as well as in French, German, Spanish, Italian and many other languages. She is beautiful and talented. She has got an exceptional voice. This article is a short biography of Natalie Di Luccio, with her beautiful photographs and some of her video songs. This is an example of how internet is giving opportunities to new talents.An introduction to Natalie Di Luccio, the Canada born beautiful singer who sings mainly in Hindi.

Natalie Di Luccio is a beautiful Canadian singer, who sings in many languages including French, German, Italian, Spanish and Hindi. An interesting thing is that she started her professional career with singing in Hindi!

Her story about Hindi songs is very interesting. She created 2 music videos of Hindi film songs and uploaded them to Youtube in 2010, and received over a million hits. Thanks to Youtube, she became so popular that she got a break in Indian film industry. She first sang with Sonu Nigam for the Film Chalo Dilli.

In February-March 2009, she was on tour of India for 5 weeks.

In 2010 she took part in a concert with the famous music composer A R Rehman at Bangalore

Natalie Di Luccio's Journey from West to East

On 29th June of 1979, a beautiful girl child was born to a Canadian mother and Italian father at Ontario, Canada. She was named as Natalie. When she was nine, she started to learn classical music. Later she joined Cardinal Carter Academy for Arts at Toronto. She also studied at the famous Schulich School of Music at McGill University, Montreal.

In 2009, she received a request from one of her My Space friends to sing for a devotional album to be recorded by Sonu Nigam, a famous singer of India. This was the first entry of Natalie to India.

In 2010, she posted her version of a famous Hindi song 'Tu Jaane Naa...' on Youtube. Her song on you tube spread like a virus and got over a million hits, especially from India. She got an overnight fame in India. A.R. Rahman, the legendary music composer of India got a shower of emails from his friends containing a link to Natalie at Youtube. A.R. Rahman is the most famous Music Composer of India, who has given music to many Indian films and won many prestigious National and International awards for his music, including two Academy Awards. After listening the exceptional voice of Natalie, A.R. Rehman invited her to India to perform with him at his concerts.

Natalie Di Luccio Becomes Famous in India

Natalie's performance in concerts of A.R. Rahman gave a wide publicity to her. Many newspapers and news/entertainment magazines in India wrote about her, and some of them published her interviews, including Times of India (The largest circulated English daily of India, ), Indian Express (Second largest English daily of India). Until now she has been appeared in more than 60 English Newspapers and News/magazines magazines as well as hundreds of Hindi Newspapers and magazines.

As her goal of life is to bridge the gap between East and West through Music, Natalie decided to establish herself in Bollywood. She got a lot of offers to sing in Hindi. Until now, she has sang for many Hindi films, including Ladies vs. Ricky Bahl, English Vinglish, Band Baaja Baarat, Chalo Dilli etc. She is performing in stage shows, TV and Radio Advertisements and Music Albums. She has got great success in a short period.

She has made Mumbai as her second home as the city is the biggest producer of Hindi films. She has learned to speak in Hindi.

Natalie is the greatest contribution of Canada to Indian Music Industry. What I love about her is that she is not just a beautiful singer, but a humanitarian.

I wish her more success in life. As her date of birth is 29th June 1989, my calculations according to numerology say that she is going to get a great fame and unbelievable in near future.

Pehla Nasha

Pehla Nasha is a Hindi song from the film Jo Jita Vahi Sikandar. Natalie sings it in her own way.

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Tu Jaane Na

Tu Jaane Na, a song from Ajab Prem Ki Gajab Kahani is Natalie's favorite one.

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Kahin To Hogi Wo

Kahin To Hogi Wo: Another popular song from Natalie.

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