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Armaan Malik – You may come and go, but the real test is to see how long one can manage to stay in the game: Birthday Special

Bollywood singer Armaan Malik is celebrating his 25th birthday today. Armaan was born on 22 July 1995 in Mumbai. He belongs to the composer’s family. His grandfather Sardar Malik was a popular Bollywood singer. Armaan is the nephew of Anu Malik.

Armaan Malik started singing from the age of just eight. Armaan is a well-known singer in Bollywood today. Armaan completed his studies from Jamnabai Narsi School. While there, he studied music at Berklee College of Music Boston.

It is said that after hearing the voice of Armaan’s cry, his parents understood that he would become a singer. At the age of four, he started training in Indian classical music. As a result, when the first edition of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs came, Armaan participated in it. At that time, he was just nine years old. In this show, he reached the top 7 and was eliminated.

As a child, Armaan Malik was sitting in his school and giving exams. Suddenly his teacher came running and told him that his mother was waiting outside. When Armaan arrived there, it was found that the Vishal-Shekhar duo wanted him to record a song. This song he recorded for the film ‘Bhootnath’ with Amitabh Bachchan.

When Armaan grew up, he was also working on his debut album. He narrated this album to Salman Khan. Salman heard those songs and got impressed. Salman took a song from the album in his film ‘Jai Ho’. This song was ‘Tumko to aaana hai’. This song made Armaan’s Bollywood debut as an adult singer.

Armaan Malik got recognition from the song ‘Main Rahun Ya Na Rahun’. This song was not from any film. It was composed by his brother Amaal Mallik. When the song was hit, Armaan Malik became popular. Today Armaan is one of the top singers of Bollywood.

Some of the Armaan’s exceptionally hit songs also include, ‘Chale Aana‘, ‘Hua Hai Aaj Pehli Baar‘, ‘Dil Mein Ho Tum‘, ‘Mujhko Barsaat Bana Lo‘, ‘Jab Tak‘, ‘Bol Do Na Zara, Tere-Mere‘, ‘Butta Bomma‘.

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