Armaan Malik (born 22 July 1995) is an Indian singer, songwriter, record producer, voice-over, performer, and actor. He is known for his singing in multiple languages, including Hindi, English, Bengali, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Punjabi, Urdu, Malayalam. He is also known as “Prince of Romance”. In 2006, he took part in Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champs but got eliminated in the 8th position. He is the brother of composer Amaal Mallik. Previously represented by Universal Music India, he is now signed on by T-Series. He has also signed with Arista Records. His first on-screen appearance was in the film Kaccha Limboo in 2011.

Armaan Malik’s birth number is 22, 2+2= 4 which is ruled by Rahu.
Armaan Malik’s destiny number is 2+2+0+7+1+9+9+5= 35, 3+5= 8 ruled by Saturn.
Armaan’s zodiac sign is Cancer.

He is the youngest singer to win two debut awards at Global Indian Music Awards (GiMA) and the best playback singer award at BIG Star Entertainment Award in 2015.

Armaan Malik was born in Mumbai on 22 July 1995. His father, Daboo Malik is a music composer in the Indian music industry while his mother, Jyothi Malik belongs to a Telugu-speaking family from Visakhapatnam.

Future of Armaan Malik in 2021-22

Armaan Malik has entered into the 27th year of his life. 2+7=9 which is ruled by Mars.
2021 is also a number 5 year ruled by Mercury.
Armaan Malik’s lucky numbers are 2, 1, 7.

Armaan Malik has been doing great for the past few years. His song Butta Bomma was declared the viral song of the decade. Going by the planetary positions in his horoscope, Armaan Malik will scale greater heights in the coming years. He will do well as a music composer but he will do better as a singer. He has a tremendous craze among youth from North to South. He will have a long career and he will deliver some masterpiece songs in the near future. It is advisable for him to stay away from remakes which will tarnish his image,” says prominent Astro Strategist™ cum Business Astrologer™ Hirav Shah.

Happy Birthday, Armaan Malik!

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