Once upon a time, there was a rumor that JHALAK DIKHLAJA from AKSAR was waking da dead from their graves and these spirits were attacking n posessing da local villagers who passed by da morchery.

Sounds spooky, but not enough evidence to verify.

Don't know about 'down under', but can make a claim about 'up there' i.e. da ALIENS.

At select pitch ranges, da tonal quality of himesh's vocals turns uniquely alienish i.e.

> EEEEEEEE from 2.33 to 2.38 in NAAM HAI TERA from AAP KA SUROOR.

> YA ALI from 1.37 to 1.45, 2.42 to 2.50 & 4.04 to 4.19 in YA ALI from AAP KA SUROOR - THE MOVIEE.

> RRRRRRRRR from 2.52 to 2.58 in WOH LAMHA from KAJRAARE.

> BAS TUM HO-OOOOOOOOO (off-da-hook catchy prolonged alien-ish voice) from 0.56 to 1.00 in MERE LAMHON KI AARZOO from AAP KA SUROOR can be used as a frequency range to establish a link konnektion with aliens n outer space, jaadoo could be contacted too

Perhaps these samples could give da sounds played by 'bada bacha' Rohan in his papa's old computer a run for their money to establish a link with aliens in da unknown would out dere i.e. to call Jaadu [fun intended].