Natalie's first song (Tu Jaane Na) went mildly viral, for very good reason. She has an amazing voice, and it didn't hurt at all that she's very easy on the eye herself. The song and the movie it appeared in (Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani) are themselves good examples of globalisation, even if the Italian-Canadian Natalie hadn't uttered a single honeyed note. The original version of Tu Jaane Na was sung by the very photogenic Atif Aslam, one of many Pakistani artistes whose careers have been helped by the Indian film industry. The female lead in Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani was played by Katrina Kaif, who owes her striking good looks to her own hybrid genealogy. She has a Kashmiri Indian father and an English mother. Good looks are global too, it would seem.
So here's Natalie's divine first hit, Tu Jaane Na, marred only slightly by her failure to grasp soft consonants in Hindi:
Here's an oldie, the song Pehla Nasha (literally, "first intoxication") from Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar:
[Thanks to Ganesh Subramanian for the correction. I'd always thought it was from QSQT (Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak). I don't watch too many Bollywood movies and just listen to the songs passively when someone else plays them...]
I hope Natalie sings more and more Bollywood numbers in future. They sound refreshingly different in her voice.
Update May 2015: Natalie Di Luccio seems to have made a niche for herself not only in Bollywood, but also in Indian regional language films. She provides the female vocals to the Tamil song 'Aila Aila' in the hit movie "I". Incidentally, the movie also features a British female lead, Amy Jackson.
While her Tamil pronunciation isn't ideal, she does give the lyrics character, and the operatic quality of her vocalisation is admirably well done.