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It is hard to believe that Armaan Malik was only 19 years of age when he became the youngest singer to win two debut awards at Global Indian music award {GIMA}.














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Armaan Malik is an Indian singer, songwriter, an actor and record producer better known as Prince of romance. He started his career in the world of Bollywood by singing the song Bum Bum Bhole for the film Taare Zameen Par in 2007.In spite of coming from a notably music family, Armaan Malik has thrived his way out in the music industry. The young singer recently took Indian on a global scale by collaborating with Korean-American singer Eric Nam and DJ KSHMR with his fourth single ECHO. N on July 22




Singer Armaan Malik was born July 22nd, 1995, in mumbia maha indian. He did his schooling from jamnabai Narsee School,Mumbai. He did his Honors in music from berklee college of music, Boston,Massachusetts.He started learning music at age 4 from Rita Kaul and Qadir Mustafa in his early days. In 2006 he took part in Sa Rega Ma Pa Lil champs but got eliminated to 7th position. He came in as a big break in 2008 when he sang Mere buddy alongside Amitabh Bachchan.In 2011 he made his first on-screen appearance in the film Kaccha Limbo and in 2015 he brought a sensational song titled Main Rahoon Yana Pahoon featuring Emraan Hasmi & Esha Gupta. Armaan Malik is now on his way to become Indian prince of pop and so far he has sang a total of 251 songs in Hindi, Telugu, English, Bengali, Marathi, Guajarati, Urdu and Malayalam.








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He started singing at the age of 4. He went to Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs in 2006 without the title Malik. However, he didn't win the show. Later Armaan learnt Hindustani classical music for 10 years and went to learn western music from Berklee College of Music, Boston.

In 2014, Armaan sang "Tumko Toh Aana Hi Tha", "Love You Till The End (House Mix)" and the "Title Track" for Salman Khan's movie Jai Ho.[7] Apart from singing, Malik and his music composer brother Amaal Mallik also featured in the beginning of Jai Ho in the song "Love You Till The End". In that year, he sang "Naina" with Sona Mohapatra for the film Khoobsurat and "Auliya" for Ungli.

In 2015, he sang "Main Hoon Hero Tera" for Hero, "Kwahishein" for Calendar Girls and "Tumhe Aapna Banane Ka" for Hate Story 3 under elder brother Amaal Mallik's composition. The latter one he sang with Neeti Mohan. He also sang another song for Hate Story 3 titled "Wajah Tum Ho" under Baman's composition. He also sang a single "Main Rahoon Ya Na Rahoon" under Amaal's composition. He was awarded Filmfare R. D. Burman Award for New Music Talent in that year.

In 2016, he sang for the films MastizaadeSanam ReKapoor & SonsAzhar, Do Lafzon Ki Kahani and "Sab Tera" with Shraddha Kapoor for Baaghi under Amaal's composition. He sang "Foolishq" with Shreya Ghoshal for Ki & Ka, he worked with Jeet Gannguli for the song "Mujhko Barsaat Bana Lo" for Junooniyat and also sang his first Bengali song "Dhitang Dhitang" for Love Express under Jeet's composition. He was the lead singer of the film M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story. He sang four songs for Hindi soundtrack and three songs for Tamil soundtrack of that film under Amaal's composition. He sang "Sau Asmaan" with Neeti Mohan for Baar Baar Dekho and "Ishaara" for Force 2 under Amaal's composition. He sang "Tum Jo Mille" for Saansein, "Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Reprise" and "Dil Mein Chupa Lunga Remake" for Wajah Tum Ho. The latter one was composed by Meet Bros and the last two songs, he sang with Tulsi Kumar. He sang a single "Pyaar Manga Hain Remake" with Neeti Mohan. He also lent his voice for the title track of Star Paarivar Awards 2016 with Palak Muchhal and Meet Bros under Meet Bros composition.












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In 2019, he lent his voice for two songs including "Jab Se Mera Dil" with Palak Muchhal for the movie Amavas, "Dil Me Ho Tum" for the movie Why Cheat India, "Kyun Rabba" for the movie Badla. The singer also got feature as a coach on an Indian reality show The voice and became the youngest coach/judge in the history of Indian singing reality shows. He sang "Chale Aana" in De De Pyaar De composed by Amaal and lyrics by Kunaal Verma. The song was well received by the audience in general. The singer has also lent his voice for Mena Massoud as Aladdin, in the Hindi version of the American musical fantasy Aladdin. In addition, he has also sung the songs in Hindi for the film The Lion King. He also sang for the film "Kabir Singh", under the composer Vishal Mishra for the song "Pehla Pyaar". In same year, he sang two songs for Yeh Saali Aashiqui, one for films like Article 15, Pranaam, Pati Patni Aur Woh and Hindi soundtrack of Pailwaan.

In 2020, Malik became the first artist to hit No. 1 on global Billboard charts twice.

In 2020, he sang one song for Hindi soundtrack of Darbar, Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl and Khuda Haafiz. In 2021, He lent his voice for one track of Saina, Koi Jaane Na, 99 Songs, Bell Bottom, Thalaivii and Bhoot Police.

In September 2021, Armaan teamed up with Daboo MalikAmaal Mallik and Kunaal Vermaa for his new single "Barsaat"



Armaan Malik was born to the Malik family as the youngest son. His father Daboo malik [music director], his mother [teacher], his brother [a composer, music director] his uncle Anu malik [a music director] and his cousins[ Ada malik and anmol malik].He is the grandson of the veteran indisn music director and composer, Sadar Malik abd his grandmother name is Kausar jahan Malik. Despite the difference in the religion of his parent he still believes in a supreme being “I have a Muslim dad and a Hindu mother I believe in the existence of God and respect all religion “.

His hobbies are playing football and playstation and he plays the piano and guitar










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2010;SINGING DEBUT Rakta charitra, 2015

GIMA best debutant singer award for the song “Auliya” from the film Unglia.

In 2016; film fare Rd Burman award,

In 2017; mirchi music awards for indipop song of the year for Main Rahoon ya na rahoon.


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