Ooh La La (Shreya Ghoshal and Bappi Lahiri song)

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"Ooh La La"
Ooh La La (Shreya Ghoshal and Bappi Lahiri song).jpg
Single by Shreya Ghoshal, Bappi Lahiri
from the album The Dirty Picture
Released30 October 2011
Genre Indian pop
Length4:16
Label T-Series
Composer(s) Vishal–Shekhar
Lyricist(s) Rajat Aroraa
Music video
"Ooh La La" on YouTube

"Ooh La La" is a song from the soundtrack of the Indian feature film, The Dirty Picture (2011). The song was released by major Indian label T-Series on 30 October 2011 as a single from the soundtrack. It was composed by the duo Vishal–Shekhar, written by Rajat Aroraa, and sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Bappi Lahiri. [1]

Contents

Background

Music video

Filming

Synopsis

Release

Charts

Chart (2011)Peak
position
Asian Music Charts (Official Charts Company) [2] 2

Awards

YearAwardCategoryRecipient(s) and nominee(s)ResultRef(s).
2012 Global Indian Music Academy Awards Best Playback Singer – FemaleShreya GhoshalNominated [3]
Most Popular Song on Radio 93.5 FMBappi LahiriWon [4]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Playback Singer (Female) Shreya GhoshalWon [5]
Lions Gold AwardsFavourite Choreographer Pony Verma Won [6]
Favourite Playback Singer (Male) Bappi Lahiri Won
Mirchi Music Awards Song of The Year Nominated [7]
Female Vocalist of The Year Shreya GhoshalNominated
Music Composer of The Year Vishal-ShekharNominated
Best Item Song of the YearWon

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