Armaan Malik born on 22 July 1995, is an Indian singer and actor. He mainly sings for Hindi films but has also tried his hand on other languages as well, such as Bengali Tamil, Kanada and more. With a massive public support, Malik secured the 8th position in Zee Tv’s SA RE GA MA PA L’il Champs in the year 2005. Along with is brother Amaal Malik who previously represented Universal Music and currently signed with T-Series, Armaan has composed numerous tracks and featured with him in the Salman Khan movie, “Jai Ho”. Armaans first on screen appearance was in the film Kaccha Limboo in 2011. He dubbed for movies such as My Name is Khan and a radio version of Slumdog Millionare with BBC Radio. Armaan has given the industry many blockbuster hits in movies such as Mastizaade, Sanam Re, Kapoo & Sons, Baaghi, Ki & Ka and more. He also lent his voice for the title track of Star Pariwar Awards 2016. His father never supported his musical talent but his mom always pushed him to chase his dreams. He enrolled for Hindustani Classical singing lesson at the age of six. And ever since, he became a rising star f the nation. In 2019, he lent his voice for the movie Amavas, “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 a song in De De Pyaar De composed by Amaal and lyrics by Kunaal Verma. The singer has also lent his voice for Mena Massoud as Aladdin, in the Hindi version of the much awaited American musical fantasy Aladdin. In addition he also sung the songs in the Hindi for the film The Lion King. The talented singer is also ready to give us chills with his upcoming single “Toote Khaab”.