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VIDEO: What if Harry Potter was made in India? These classical covers could be Hogwarts’ theme song

If Hogwarts opens in India, what would be the theme song of the wizarding school? These two covers of the Harry Potter music with a classical touch seem to be just the perfect choices.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 16, 2017 8:28:03 pm
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What if Harry Potter was made in India? Have you ever imagined what the theme song would be like? You may have not thought about it, but it seems some YouTube artistes are all set for the desi remake. Giving a classical touch to the Harry Potter theme song, these covers by artistes Mahesh Raghvan and Tushar Lall have created quite a buzz on the Internet.

Dedicating it to Potterheads and to the legendary musician John Williams for creating the tune, the two composed their covers. While Raghvan’s cover had collected more than 35,000 views, Lall’s clip had garnered more than a million views, at the time of writing. Check out the two Indian covers of the Harry Potter tune.

Indian version of the Harry Potter theme

By Tushar Lall from The Indian Jam Project

“Check out my Indianised arrangement of famous scores from Harry Potter Movie Series! Harry Potter is love, Harry Potter is life :),” the caption of the 5.22-minute clip reads.


Hedwig’s Theme from Harry Potter

By Mahesh Raghvan from Flair

“If Hogwarts opens in India, this is going to be the school song! Enjoy this Indian version of ‘Hedwig’s Theme’ composed by John Williams as part of the Harry Potter soundtrack. The video features some fantastic VFX and cinematography by my good friends Tharun Joseph and Amitha Arun,” the caption of the 2.36-minute clip reads.

Watch the video here.


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