Today is 25th birthday of Armaan Malik, Bollywood’s youngest music composer. On this occasion, his fans and followers are congratulating him. Know the relevant things related to him on the occasion of his birthday.
Happy Birthday Armaan malik
Today is the birthday of Armaan Malik, the youngest singer and musician of the Bollywood industry. He is 25 years old. On this occasion, his fans and followers are congratulating him on social media. He is an emerging musician of the music industry. He is the son of Dabu Malik, Bollywood’s most popular music composer. He has inherited music. On the occasion of his birthday, we are telling you some important things related to him, which you probably do not even know.
Armaan Malin started his music career as a child artist Mere Badi (Bhootnath) and his first English song ‘Control’ was released in March this year. Armaan still has to go further than this. Let me tell you that Armaan Malik was the winner of ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champ’ in 2005. Not only this, he has also sung jingles for 200 commercials.
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Armaan Malik is the youngest music person to have received the Dadasaheb Phalke Award and the RD Barman Award at the Filmfare Awards. He is the youngest playback singer of Bollywood who performed at the Wembley Theater in London. He has sung songs in many languages including Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi and English languages. He also hosted ‘Little Star Antyakshari’ in childhood with Anu Malik and Juhi Parmar.
First solo album at 18 years old
Armaan Malik released the first solo album ‘Armaan’ at the age of 18 under Universal Music. His elder brother Amaal Malik did the sound production of the album. In 2009, Armaan also auditioned for a music scholarship from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, he also got this scholarship. He completed this course with honors.
The voice of Slumdog Millionaire’s hero dubbed
Armaan Malik dubbed the character of an English boy from Shahrukh Khan and Kajol starrer film My Name is Khan. He voiced Salim’s character in the radio version of the film ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ for BBC Rodeo 1.