WATCH: When desi songs made it to Hollywood
Apart from some Borat-style wisecracks and sequences, the video also features British-Indian musician Panjabi MC's hugely popular song Mundeya Tu Bach Ke Rahi that we first heard in Kaizad Gustad's Boom starring Katrina Kaif.
We decided to look at other cases where Indian songs were used in Hollywood films.
Take a look.
Chhamma chhamma in Moulin Rouge
That's some way of recreating the song that featured in Bollywood's China Gate and had a Urmila Matondkar in an exotic headgear dancing to the song.
Image: Chhamma chhamma in Moulin Rouge
Chhaiyya chaiyya in Inside Man
The superhit song was first used in Mani Ratnam's Dil Se as Shah Rukh Khan and Malaika Arora Khan danced atop a train.
Image: Chhaiyya chaiyya in Inside Man
Bombay theme in Lord Of War
Set to the background of Cage's monologue, the music provides reflective serenity to the scene.
Image: Bombay theme in Lord Of War
Swasme in The Accidental Husband
Uma Thurman-starrer The Accidental Husband features Tamil song Swasme from the film Thenali that released in 2000.
Sung by SP Balasubrahmanyam and Sadhana Sargam, the song serves as a backdrop while Uma Thurman is falling for the dishy Jeffrey Dean Morgan and the loved-up couple can't take their eyes off each other even though Thurman's character is at work.
Image: Swasme in The Accidental Husband