Who would not remember Harry Potter and his world of wizardry. The young wizard and his friends from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry took the entire world by storm with their myriad adventures as they battled demons, dragons and what not to kill the big daddy of all villains, Lord Voldemort.
One of the main highlights of the Harry Potter series was the exceptional background score that breathed life into the visuals. One would in fact say that without the soundtrack, the movies may not have made such an impact as they actually did.
Well, a team from the Indian Jam Project decided to put this to the test by recreating the musical soundtrack of the Harry Potter movie series. Deciding to add a twist to the tale, the team decided to reprise these musical soundtracks in an Indianised way. The team collaborated with several artists for the project and came up with mesmerizing renditions for five of the scores from the movies. These include the main theme of the Harry Potter movie, A Window to the Past (from Harry Potter and the Prisoners of Askaban), Hedwig’s Theme (from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), Face of Voldemort (from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone), and The Epilogue (from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. Check out the mesmerizing act here.