Armaan Malik is one of the most promising singers in the music industry. The singer will celebrate his 28th birthday on July 22. In one of his conversations with, the singer shared his plans for the future. 

Speaking of his dream collaborations he said, “Justin Bieber and Charlie Puth are my favourite artistes. Charlie Puth is someone I really love. I love his musicality, the way he writes and produces. Just overall, he`s such an amazing musician. I feel like when we get together in the studio, some magic is bound to happen. So, Justin Bieber and Charlie Puth are the two collaborations.”

It doesn`t end there, Armaan has some more big goals that he is working towards. “I`m manifesting a big performance! I`ve always dreamt of performing at Madison Square Garden. I know it`s not going to happen this year but I hope it happens in the next two-three years. I know it`s a big feat but I always have very lofty dreams and these dreams keep you going! When you have a goal you work towards it. So I hope I perform at Madison Square Garden, that`s my biggest dream,” says the singer.

Armaan has to his credit some of the most popular songs, including `Main Rahoon Ya Na Rahoon`, `Bol Do Na Zara` and `Jab Tak`. `Nakhrey Nakhrey` was his most recent release. He has sung around 112 Hindi songs.

For the uninitiated, he is well-known for his ability to sing in a variety of languages, including Hindi, Telugu, English, Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Punjabi, Urdu, and Malayalam. He competed in Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L`il Champs in 2006 but was eliminated and finished in eighth place. He is the younger brother of composer Amaal Mallik. Aside from singing, he has also appeared in a few films. Armaan made his cinematic debut in 2011 with the flick ‘Kaccha Limboo’.

Armaan Malik was born on July 22, 1995, in Mumbai, to Daboo Malik (musician) and Jyoti Malik. Malik began singing at the age of four. He later studied Indian classical music for ten years. Malik made his Bollywood debut as a child artist in 2007 with the song ‘Bum Bum Bole’ in ‘Taare Zameen Par’, under the musical direction of Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy.