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Lyrics / Video of Song : O Re Piya (Rolling In The Deep)

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sanamo86 on Saturday, January 12, 2013
if it is his 1st attempt at singing O re Piya, why did he make the effort of singing in a recording studio, use a HD video cam & not actually rehearse the song, so that the vocals & pronouciations are correct. Rahat's O re Piya might have taken several takes, Iv'e heared him singing 1 meter from me & he sounded bloodly brilliant, note & pronounciation perfect. My point is the singer is not bad, its just he hasnt got the ability to sing indian classical, so he shouldnt have attempted this song

DeathVader on Monday, October 22, 2012
He wasn't singing like the Rahat, he is putting a bad image of our Indian classical music, his pronunciation wasn't good, he mixed a western song with the song. Stop this immaturity. He sang well, he blended Adele's song greatly and above all it was worth hearing. You know who is setting up a bad image here? YOU all. A new artist sings and you suddenly compare him to a veteran Rahat Fateh Ali Khan sahab, learn to appreciate if you can't give enough reasons for anyone else to not like it.

Anirban Ghosh on Thursday, August 30, 2012
Could you please clarify what do you mean by pronunciation mistakes here. "If one sings an English song in an Indian accent, would that be accepted? " What is the issue of acceptance? The english is not in Indian accent as far as your statement. Quite a lot tounge rolling is involved in the singing. "It spoils the mood, spoils the song, spoils everything:(" It may spoil your mood but made 13,765 happy. The problem is that some of us do not accept fusion in a whole hearted way.

Akshay Kumar on Saturday, October 03, 2015
All those smarta**es here complaining about South indian accents while singing Hindi were not able to figure out his accent while singing English was also nowhere near to the Queen's english as sung by Adele...They couldn't notice as his (Rohan's) accent was comparatively much better than their own lalu yadav style english... So if you yourself cant speak a foreign language without an accent, then dont expect South Indians to speak Hindi without an accent.

scahuja on Saturday, January 12, 2013
Compared to the original, pronunciation was slightly off, but overall, very impressed. This is NOT an easy song to sing. Agreed that original artists are always going to be hard to beat, but the mixture of east meets west is amazing. In evaluating through watching multiple videos here, I will also point out that Shankar is also an amazing artist. I don't know about you guys, but I'm a subscriber! :-) Keep up the great work

Chitra Sundram on Friday, October 24, 2014
I think it would be quite unfair to expect any artist to replicate the original singer of a track. In my opinion Rohan has great voice texture. Most singers singing in a foreign language other than his/her mother tongue will face pronunciation issues. The idea mates is to enjoy the talent and the effort in creating something so pleasurable to for improvement for sure but you are so there Rohan! 

Somdatta03 on Thursday, August 30, 2012
The pronunciation mistakes have spoiled the whole song. I don't understand! If one sings an English song in an Indian accent, would that be accepted? Then why Hindi or any Indian song sung with an English accent is so hyped!! It spoils the mood, spoils the song, spoils everything:( I like the mixing, the English part, the music but sadly the heart of the song, the Hindi part spoils everything for me:(

Rakesh Nandi on Sunday, January 13, 2013
Some changes are acceptable but completely changing the language is something very awkward. I am not commenting on his Singing, he is a fantastic singer but his pronunciation is really very wrong. Just an example, he is pronouncing "haye" as "hai", which is changing the meaning of the sentence completely. little changes can be done unless that doesn't affect the lyrics. Hope u understand. :)

sanamo86 on Tuesday, January 15, 2013
I sgree with your point about singers having ranges, but please explain to me If your a singer who hasnt got the ability to sing Indian classical and its out of your vocal range, why attempt to sing it & most of all upload an HD video of it. You are bound to attract crticism. Also pronunciation has nothing to do with vocal range and that is something he messed up completely

Imran Latief on Wednesday, February 18, 2015
U r simply the best... Keep it up...and forget wat others are saying. They r actually feeling jealous. U sing perfect. And its music arrangement and video is also good. 

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Singer: Mahesh Vinayakram
Lyricist: Vaali, Jaideep Sahni, Paul Epworth, Adele
Music Director: Shankar Tucker, A.R. Rahman, Salim - Sulaiman, Paul Epworth

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