‘Dhoom 3’ the title song has been released with two different versions – one in Hindi and one Arabic! Lebanese singer Naya is seen crooning to Arabic lyrics of the Dhoom Machale song in the video released by the makers.
Like Tata Young won our hearts in the original Dhoom with her English adaptation of the song, producers Yash Raj Films decided to go Arabic this time to tap in the huge market for Bollywood films there.
Born April 11, 1992 Naya is a Lebanese singer. In 2009, Eli Dib introduced her to the Arabic music scene. Her first single, "Batmanna" was released alongside a music video, directed by Fadi Haddad. Soon after her initial success, Naya and her manager, Yasser Zayed, faced legal issues. These legal issues caused her to postpone working, causing her to gradually disappear from the Arabic music scene.
In November 2010, following a court decision, Naya broke her contract with Zayed. In March 2011, Naya released a new Khaliji song titled "Ghira." The music video was directed by Bassam Turk. Naya was invited to perform "Ghira" on the TV series "Hek Mnghanne" on MTV. In June 2011, following her performance on “Hek Menghanne” and the positive feedback of the song “Mama Ya Mama” Elie Dib and Naya decided to release the song. They obtained the rights and "Mama Ya Mama" was released in all Arab countries.
In October 2011 Naya cancelled her contract with Melody Music and signed to Arabica Music. She next released a Lebanese song named “Tezkar” Written by Mounir Abou Assaf and composed By Hisham Boulos. On November 5 the video clip of “Tezkar”, directed by Mamdouh Bayan, was released on Arabica TV. June 2012 Naya released her first album Mandam with nine Egyptian, Khaliji and Lebanese Arabic songs. Naya worked with Tamer Hosny on one song called "Bel Zouq". During summer 2013 she released her 4th video, of "Mn Eidy". The video was different, adding many dance steps.
Watch the Arabic version of Dhoom Machale Dhoom