Chinese Singing Indian Songs

This is a very cool video of a Taiwanese/Chinese guy singing an Indian song on Taiwan’s version of American Idol. Not only is he singing the song very well, but this guy is actually doing Shahrukh Khan dance moves in the song.

Chinese Guy Singing Indian Songs Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai (Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi) from Taiwan Super idol 13 (Luo Ping).


  1. prasant says:

    I love SRK, im a big fan, never miss any of his films, (Rab Ne Bane Di Jori.) is special and most favourite watched it so many times.
    Watching this chinese guy singing it really makes me feel proud. Desi mal foreign mei. hatsoff to bollywood.

  2. ycl1688 says:

    Definitely SRK is a fine gentleman, had he not been in film industry, he would be a fine educator. His upbringing was humble. Not much of connection with film stars and politicians to be a big star.

  3. prasant says:

    Yes ycl you r right, he started with a very humble career in the Tv serial FAUJI

  4. slyvester says:

    It is very sad to know that people in india still stuck in old believes. So many younger generation are suffering because of that. it is great to see that they have taught the taiwanese hindi songs. I hope they will leave the old believe behind and make the future better for the younger generations. It is a wonderful country, I hope to visit one day.

  5. vivek says:

    Hi slyvester,
    India is a wonderful country, but things has changed a lot now, you might come across discrimination and racism but believe me its lot lesser than before, I have experienced it so many times. Since im from the poorest state of India (Bihar), sometimes i do come across.

  6. varun says:

    Hey guys,

    Breaking news on SRK ? Read below:

    Detained because my name is Khan, says SRK
    Source: CNN-IBN

    New Delhi: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has confirmed to CNN-IBN that he was detained at the Newark-New Jersey airport on Friday night when he was in transit to Chicago.

    Shah Rukh Khan spoke exclusively with CNN-IBN and admitted he was shocked at the behaviour of the immigration officials.

    The actor said he was told he had a “common name” and hence the questioning was required.

    “It was in Newark where I was detained for questioning. It was because they said my name was common to some name that popped up on the computer. They were asking me silly questions like if I knew someone in the US who could vouch for me, if I could give them numbers of people they could get in touch with,” he said.

    “I had all the documents; they were asking me where I was going to be staying. I gave the name of FOX people with whom I had finalised a deal a few days ago as contacts. I kept on giving numbers. They wanted to know why I came here,” he said.

    Shah Rukh said the officers wanted to check his baggage but since it had not arrived, he was taken to a room where other people were also waiting for a second check on their visa.

    He said he sent messages to his home, his secretary and also to Congress MP Rajiv Shukla, who informed the Indian embassy, whose officials came to his rescue.

    “I was taken to a room where many people were awaiting a secondary check on visa, most were Asians. In fact many officers were reluctantly vouching for me, some people were asking for autographs and a Pakistani fan even said he knew who I was. But the officers said it was procedure and kept taking numbers from me. They told me you can’t use the phone in this area. I sent a message home and to my secretary and Rajiv Shukla. It took almost two hours. However, they did not take my fingerprints,” he said.

    Asked if he felt angry, the actor said he felt bad “for the people in the room”.

    “I did feel bad for a lot of people in that room, I know because I had an escort and someone would recognise me, I will get out. Others may face more trouble,” he said.

    He also refered to ex President APJ Abdul Kalam’s frisking episode.

    “I have extra security because of my name. I can handle this but when you have someone as respectable as an ex-president getting frisked, I am nobody,” he said.

    Shah Rukh also admitted that while he didn’t mind going to the US for work, it was always an inconvenient journey for him. “I am glad my family was not there, this has happened to me earlier. I am a shy, scared traveler and I really have to hold back my sense of humour. It certainly does well for people whose names are known, for others its trouble. My guard was also denied a visa apparently because he too had a common name”.

    Through the chat with CNN-IBN, Shah Rukh never lost his sense of humour and kept coming up with his characteristic quirky ones. “I think my face scares people, I will try and change the way I look,” he said. He also said his son Aryan asked if he had “been caught”. ” I told him, not yet son”.


    Incidentally, Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming releases include Karan Johar’s My Name is Khan which touches on the issue of racial profiling and discrimination faced by a certain minority community in a post-9/11 world.

    The Fox-STAR Studios will finance and distribute the film, reportedly spending Rs 100 crore (Rs 1 billion/$20 million) in the process.

  7. ycl1688 says:

    It is possible with US immigration suspects with Muslim names, once Amir khan was asked at toronto airport for the purpose of visiting to LA, he answered for ‘shooting’, then he had hard time.

    The immigration even on the entrance to plane asking passengers the purpose of visiting and what passengers do for a living, as if they have nothing better to do.

    Yet they want to be safer than sorry, one of the 9/11 ring leaders, Atta happened to hold visitor’s visa to US, prior to 9/11 sometime in 1998 he was detained at Miami for questioning about his plan to get into flight school, at the time Immigration goofed up let him in and the unimagineable happens.

  8. Alex says:

    LoL nice one from Amir .
    yes it is better to be safe than sorry i agree. Even the same happened with KAMAL HAASAN, even though he was not a muslim his surname sounded muslim (Haasan.)

  9. eric says:

    not only chinese can sing indian songs, so are the spaniards.

    enjoy slumdog millionaire – jai ho indian version sung by a spanish group.


  10. eric says:

    enjoy the jai ho song – good listening & inspiring

  11. Alex says:

    Wow nice one eric Thanks.enjoyed watching them singing. really kool.

  12. vivek says:

    Hi eric, nice one, When foreigner’s sing indian song, it sound sweeter. Thanks.

  13. Raheel Afzal says:

    Nice 🙂

  14. Naveed Ahmed says:

    I like the way this handled this song.

  15. Raheel Afzal Khan says:

    Wonder how is he singing?