Suchetha Satish, a 12-year-old Indian girl living in Dubai, break two Guinness World Records at the same time by singing in 102 different languages during a concert that went on for 6 hours and 15 minutes in Dubai.
Suchetha Satish is a seventh-grade student and belongs to the music lover family. She learned to sing songs in 80 languages in just over a year and kept learning more languages as well.
According to the Guinness World Records, Dr Kesiraju Srinivas, holds the current record for singing in 76 languages at the Gandhi Hills, Andhra Pradesh, India on June 2-3, 2008.
“My first song in a foreign language was in Japanese,” Suchetha told Gulf News, in November 2017.
“My father’s friend, a Japanese dermatologist, came to Dubai a year ago. When she came home, she sang a Japanese song. I liked it very much and learnt it,” she added.
Suchetha began learning new songs in new languages every single week and as she shifted towards double digits, she believed a world record was definitely possible.
“Usually I take around two hours to learn a song. If it is easy to pronounce, I can learn it fast. If it is not a lengthy song, I can finish in half an hour,” Suchetha said.
On January 25, Suchetha Satish shocked and surprised the audience in a concert that took place at the Indian Consulate in Dubai.