An Indian Lady Flawlessly Performs A Yoruba Song At A Hindi Music Competition, And Astounds The Judges

Online users have been sharing a video of an Indian girl performing the classic Yoruba song “Olo Mi” by Tosin Martins in the Hindu music competition, “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa,” hosted by Zee TV. The young woman’s performance and delivery were so excellent that the show’s head judge couldn’t help but praise her abilities.

Despite the fact that he couldn’t understand what she was saying, he said that it was beautiful to see. The judge went on to say that music and art do not speak a single language. The young Indian woman told him in Yoruba that she loved him and asked him to repeat it for her, which he did after receiving so much praise from the judge.

The act was lauded by a sizable number of Nigerian internet users. The Indian reality singing competition program, “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa,” is broadcast in Hindi. In 1995, its first season, debuted on Zee TV. In addition to being the oldest show on Indian private television, it is also the oldest game show in existence. The first five notes of an octave in classical Indian music serve as the inspiration for the show’s name.

Marathi, Bengali, Kannada, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Odia, Bhojpuri, and Malayalam are just a few of the languages in which it has been reproduced as a result of its success and popularity.

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