Here are some of the most loved Armaan Malik songs that you can listen to on loop.

These songs will make you fall in love with Armaan Malik

Armaan Malik is one of the rising talents of the Indian music industry.

He’s the voice behind the ‘Main Hoon Hero Tera’ from the 2015 film Hero, Wajah Tum Ho from the third installment of the Hate Story film series and many other songs which are absolute crowd pleasers, despite the fate of the movie at the box office.

Although he’s been in the industry for just five years, he has delivered hits after hits and has managed to gain an extensive fan following across music industries. This versatile singer is multi-lingual and has recorded songs in eight different languages.

These songs will make you fall in love with Armaan Malik

Recently, Sonu Nigam mentioned that Armaan Malik is one of the young gen musicians who has inspired Nigam to reinvent his own songs. Moreover, Armaan Malik is the youngest singer to receive the RD Burman and the Dadasaheb Phalke Award. This just proves how well the audience has received the young playback. The young musician prefers living in the moment and is the best of friends with his elder brother Amaal Malik who is an upcoming music composer in B-town. This is probably the reason why both the brothers work so well together.

Here are some smashing Armaan Malik hits that will surely turn you into an Armaanian!

Jab Tak from MS Dhoni – The Untold Story. This song is a beautiful music composition picturized on Sushant Singh Rajput and Kiara Advani.

Magic happens when the Malik brothers work together and that is exactly what you’ll feel when listening to Tere Mere from the Saif Ali Khan and Padmapriya starrer Chef.

The song Chaar Shanivar was an instant hit with the party-goers because of its quirky lyrics like “Hafte me chaa rshanivaar hone chahiye” and the peppy tune. This song showcases that the younger Malik brother can sing songs from any genre.

Some other songs that have become crowd favorites are Dil Mein Chupa Loonga (reprised version of Kishore Kumar’s Aise Na Mujhe Tum Dekho), Besabriyaan from MS Dhoni’s biopic, TheherJaa from October, and Sab Tera from Baaghi.

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