Nick Wiley

Bollywood Wedding Pianist

The UK's most sought after Bollywood Pianist

About Nick

Bollywood Piano for weddings

Bollywood piano for weddings is such a sought after skill. The music is often intricate, and full of instruments, so translating them for a piano can be tricky. Nick is able to not only play many well known Bollywood hits, but he can also learn additional songs at no extra cost.
Watch the video below for a quick sample of Nicks Bollywood playing in action an why not get in touch with him for yourself to find out if he's available.


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Landline telephone: 01902 851636

Text or phone: 07749599432

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Nick Wiley
The Wedding Pianist
17 Bargate Street
ST19 9BB

01902 851636
07749 599432
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Contact Nick

If you would like to know more or book Nick for your event, contact him via one of the following:
Landline telephone 01902 851636
Text or phone 07749 599432
Message nickwiley.weddingpianist


Nick Wiley

The Bollywood Pianist

When award winning Punjabi artist Jaz Dhami heard Nick play some Bollywood songs, he felt that Nick had a real feel for the music and now plays on stage with Jaz all over the country and has performed with him at London's Festival Hall.

Nick learned a few Bollywood songs for a wedding couple around five years ago, and never for a moment thought how many Asian weddings he would now be doing! He has become very well known among Asian wedding organisers as they see him time and time again. He can offer your wedding an amazing blend of western and asian music that guests of all ages at your wedding will recognise and enjoy. He is one of the most recommended pianists with so many Asian wedding planners and wedding agencies all across the UK.

Nick has a range of slim line digital pianos and is connected to a high quality Bose system ensuring the music can be heard, but is not too loud. He is able to listen to a Bollywood song and then play it, and he charges no extra for this service. See a video of Nick playing a few Bollywood hits below.

Bollywood Repertoire

There are so many Bollywood songs that Nick can play and if you need or wish to have a particular song for your ceremony or during the day, then you can let him know as he will arrange the music, learn the song and play it for you... at no extra cost!

Here are just a few of the songs that are in Nicks Bollywood repertoire...

Aa Meri Jaan  
Agar Tum Mil Jao 
Aye Mere Humsafar  
Bikkar Bei
Bole Chudiyan
Chalo Tumko Lekar Chale
Chand Mera dil Chandani Ho Tum
Chand Sifarish
Chandni O Meri Chandni
Chura Liya Hai
Deewana Ka Ram Hai
Dulhe ka Sehra
Ek Ladki Ko Dekhar
Ek Shararat Hone Ko Hai
Hum Tum Ki Nigabon Mein
Hai Guzarish (Ghajini)
Hey Shona
Hum Chup Hain
Hum Ko Hami Se
Humoko Humisa Churalo
Jai Ho
Jiya Dhadak Dhadak
Jo Jeeta Woh Sikander
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
Kaho Naa
Tera Hone Laga Hoon
Tere Bina Jaaye Na
Tere Bina Jiya Jaaye Na
Tere Mast Mast Donain
Teri Meri
Teri Ore
Tu Muskura
Tu Hi Meri Shab Hai
Tum Hi Ho
Tum Jo Aaye
Tumhi Dekho
Tumko Hi Chahenge Hum 

Tumhi Dekho
Tumko Hi Chahenge Hum
Pyaar Hai
Kal Ho Naa Ho
Kal Raat Ho Gayee
Khabi Khabie Mere del Mein
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Kuchh Na Kaho
Kun Faaya Kun (Rockstar)
Main Hoon Khushrand Henna
Mehndi Laga Ke Rakhna
Mere Bina
Mere Haath Mein
Mere Khwabon Ka Har Ek Naqsh Mite De Koi
Mere Sapno Ki Rani
Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam
Mein Agar Kahoon
Mere Rang Mein
Mujhe Rang De
Na Tum Jano Na Hum
Naya Naya Dhula Dhula
Nazar Se Nazar Mile
Pee Loon
Pehli Nazar Mein
Raat Ki Hatheli Par
Rab Dikhta Hai
Rim Jhim
Sajde Kiye hai Lakhon
Satyam Shivam Sundaram
Soni Soni
Sun Sahiba Sun
Suraj Hua Maddham
Surili Akhiya
Teri Galiyaan
Wada Raha
Yeh Galihan Yeh Chaubara
Yeh Kahan Aa Gaye Hum
Zara SaJhoom Loom Main

Frequently Asked Questions

Roland RG-1 Slim Line Digital Grand offers truly beautiful sound.

How can Nick help with planning our wedding?

Nick invites all couples to his home in Brewood, Staffordshire so they can listen to the songs and music he has to offer, take down any specific requests they may have and generally plan the wedding music throughout the day. This consultation is offered as part of the service, however couples from further afield can chat and listen on the phone if travelling to Nicks home is no an option.

What pianos can we choose from?

There are a variety of pianos available that Nick can provide for your wedding. The Roland RG-1 Slim Line Digital Grand offers a truly remarkable sound. It requires approximately 5 sq.ft to set up (a space of around 5ft x 5ft). It looks the part too, and because it takes some time to set up, Nick offers a second piano at no extra cost meaning that you can move the music seamlessly between one area of your venue to another. He also has a choice of black and white pianos.

Steinway Model D Grand Piano. Fit for Kings & Queens.

How long do you play for at a wedding?

For most western weddings Nick usually plays from the arrival of guests right through until the end of the wedding breakfast. Nick will not take a break while he is playing other than taking guest requests during the meal.

What sound equipment will be used?

Nick uses Bose sound equipment for all weddings and events. He has a compact system and the LII system designed for up to 700 guests. His pianos can go through DJ equipment or in-house systems too if desired.

Will you learn a special song or piece of music for our wedding?

Yes of course, as long as the song has a clear melody! There is no charge for this service as learning new songs will offer more choice for brides in the future.

What weddings or events are particularly memorable?

The bride fainting whilst walking down the aisle during the filming of then BBC's "Don't Tell the Bride". A wedding at Bingley Hall... for 1400 guests! A wedding at Stratford for just 4 guests. Some fabulous pianos in superb locations - The Drawing Room at Lake Vyrnwy, the Kawai Piano in the Waldorf Palm Court, the Steinway in the Festival Hall, London. Candlelight Dinners at Kateshill, the sing along at Somerford when a guest started playing Air Guitar with his walking stick!There are too many others to mention, but feel free to ask me.