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Arijit Singh (: অরিজিৎ সিংহ; born 25 April 1987) is an , singer, composer, music producer, recordist and music programmer. He sings predominantly in and , but has also lent his voice to various other . Singh is regarded as one of the most versatile and successful singers in the history of and .

At the start of his singing career, he received nominations for the award at the 2013 for renditions of "" and "", winning the award for the latter. Singh received widespread recognition with the release of "" and "" in 2013.

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Life and early career[]

Life[]

Singh was born on 25 April 1987 in , , to a father and a mother. He began his music training at a young age at home. His maternal aunt trained in , and his maternal grandmother used to sing. His maternal uncle played the , and his mother also sang and played the tabla. He studied at and later at the , a affiliate. According to him he "was a decent student, but cared more about music" and his parents decided to train him professionally. He was taught Indian classical music by Rajendra Prasad Hazari and trained in tabla by Dhirendra Prasad Hazari. Birendra Prasad Hazari taught him (songs written and composed by ) and . At the age of three he started training under the Hazari brothers, and at the age of nine, he got a scholarship from the government for training in in Indian classical music.

Growing up, he listened to Mozart, Beethoven and Bengali classical music.[] He idolised musicians like , , and Anand Chatterjee, and enjoyed listening to , and .

In 2014 Singh married Koyel Roy, a childhood friend. He has two children.

Singh resides in , Mumbai.

Early career[]

Singh's musical career began when his guru Rajendra Prasad Hazari, who felt that "Indian classical music was a dying tradition", insisted he leave his hometown and participate in the reality show (2005) at the age of 18. He approached the finals of the programme but was eliminated by audience polling, finishing in sixth place.

During the show, filmmaker recognised his talent and had him sing "Yun Shabnami" a song scheduled to be used in his upcoming film . During production, the script changed and the song was no longer required. It was never released. After the Fame Gurukul, Kumar Taurani, the head of , signed him for an which was never released.

He won another reality show 10 Ke 10 Le Gaye Dil. He chose to move to in the 2006 to , staying in a rented room in the area of the city. He invested the prize money from 10 ke 10 Le Gaye Dil to build his own recording studio. He became a and began composing music and singing pieces for advertisements, news channels and radio stations.

Singh spent part of his early musical career as a and music producer for music directors such as , , , and . While working with other composers he supervised the , and the chorus sections. But it was while working with Pritam, that he began to produce and programme music by himself.

Singing career[]

2010–13: Early releases and Aashiqui 2[]

In 2010, Singh started working with on three films—, and . He started with singing scratches in the with the 2010 film with the song "Neeve Na Neeve Na" composed by . In 2011, Singh made his musical debut with the composition, "Phir Mohabbat" from , which though he recorded it in 2009 was released in 2011. The same year, when he was programming for the song "" from (2012), Pritam asked him to sing as well. The part was retained in all four versions of the song, and he was made to sing the entire composition in one of the versions. Apart from Agent Vinod, Arijit dubbed for Pritam in three other films released during the year: , and .

He also lent his voice to in for the song "". Glamsham in its review of the song "Uska Hi Banana" wrote that Arijit had sung the song intensely, emotionally and passionately and at a very high .

He sang on 's composition "" in the film . It fetched him the . He was nominated in the same category for "Phir Le Aya Dil" from Barfi!.

Arijit's major breakthrough came in where he was a lead and key vocalist and came to prominence with the release of the song "" from the movie. The song fetched him several awards and nominations including .

Arijit continued to work with Pritam, singing "", "" and "" for . Other than rendering the encore version of "Kabira", he also associated himself as the music producer of the track along with "Balam Pichkari" from the same film. Singh sang the song for titled "", also a composition by Pritam, as well as his song "Dhoka Dhadi" for .

He dubbed in the song "Kashmir Main Tu Kanyakumari" from which was composed by Vishal–Shekhar. Apart from rendering the duet version of "" from along with , the year marked his collaboration with – on the song "" from , and with and Sanjay Leela Bhansali on the , "" from . Later, Singh picked "Kabhi Jo Baadal Barse" as one of his personal favourite songs, he chose "Tose Naina" from as "closest to his heart".

2014[]

In 2014, Singh got the chance to work with two of his favourite music directors, and . He performed two tracks on and the song "" from for Sajid-Wajid, and dubbed the Hindi version of the song "" from titled "Dil Chaspiya" for A. R. Rahman. He rendered three re-mixed songs 's "Hungama Ho Gaya", a song for , 's "" for , and "" for , as well as "Jiya" for , and 's "Aaj Phir" for . Singh worked with , recording two songs from and with on "Jaise Mera Tu" in . The year marked his collaboration with many other music directors including and . During the year, he provided vocals for Mithoon on "Humdard" for and "Hai Dil Ye Mera" for Hate Story 2. He worked with Vishal–Shekhar on "" for , and with on "Sajde" for . He sang two songs on Sharib-Toshi's , and on three tracks for Pritam Chakraborty's which was arranged by Singh himself.'s song garnered him the most nominations for the year, while he received two Filmfare nominations for "" and the "Mast Magan". Singh picked "Gulon Mein Rang Bhare"—originally sung by and re-written for Haider by Vishal Bhardwaj—as his favourite track of the year.

2015[]

Singh made his Tamil debut in 2015 with the song "Neeye Vaazhkai Enbena" from the film . He also provided vocals for the Dance song "" from , which was composed by , and written by . It was dubbed the "Party Anthem of the Year". During the year he sang a duet "Agar Tum Saath Ho" with , from the movie which is composed by AR Rahman and written by . He worked again with Amaal Mallik on the song "Khwaishein" from . Apart from dubbing the Hindi version of the song "" from Rahman's , along with , Singh teamed up with Gannguli and Bobby–Imran for , where he performed the film's title song. He sang "" for Gannguli and "Tu Har Lamha" for Bobby-Imram. He collaborated with Gannguli on two other projects; "Teri Khushboo" for and the title track for . Besides working with Chirantan Bhatt on "Teri Meri Kahaani" and Sachin–Jigar on "Chunar", he worked with some new composers like, Bann Chakraborty, Khamosh Shah, Jatinder Shah, and . Moreover, Singh recorded a reprise version of 's 1999 song "Deewana Tera" for . The year marked the first collaboration between Singh and , on the song "Baaton Ko Teri" from . He voiced Bhardwaj in "Shaam Ke Saaye" and "Kya Pataa" for and respectively, and he performed 's "Saware" and "Sooiyan" from . As well as recording soundtracks, Singh released his second promotional single during the year. Titled, "Chal Waha Jaate Hain", the song is composed by Mallik, and features and . Singh also made his debut with the song "Yaar Illahi – Qawwali"[95] from the film .

In 2015, Sripada recorded a romantic duet titled "Sooiyan", written by Irshad Kamil and Amit Trivedi, with Singh for the Bollywood film Guddu Rangeela. Arijit was the lead vocalist on the soundtrack of the 2015 movie singing "Janam Janam". He sang the duet song "" composed by Pritam and written by with Antara Mitra featuring Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in the music video, which received a good response. He sang the dance song "Tukur Tukur" on the movie Dilwale also composed by Pritam and written by Bhattacharya which was also well received.

2016[]

In the early 2016, Singh sang "Yeh Fitoor Mera" written by composed by Amit Trivedi. Firstpost in its review spoke positively of the song calling it a trademark song from the album. Firstpost also commended Singh's singing. Singh made his debut with the song "Satrangi Re" from the film .

Some of his noteworthy Hindi songs of 2016 included "" which is a duet with from the movie Airlift, composed by Amaal Mallik written by Kumaar, "" the title track of Sanam Re Movie composed and written by Mithoon, "" from the movie , and "Itni Si Baat Hain", a duet with , composed by Pritam Chakraborty and written by Manoj Yadav.

Singh was the key vocalist on the soundtrack and sang "Lo Man liya" composed by written by from it. He also sang the haunting melody "Raaz Aakhein Teri" and "Yaad Hain Na" from the same film.

He sang the duet "" from the film with , the music is composed by Mithoon the lyrics are penned by . in their review of song "Dharkhaast" commended Singh and Sunidhi's singing.

As the key vocalist on the film Singh sang the popular the title track "" composed by Pritam Chakraborty and written by Amitabh Bhattacharya. He also sang "", which garnered over 110 million views. He rendered another chartbuster hit "" from . The promotional video for the song garnered over 330 million views on .

He also sang "" from at the end of 2016. In its review, wrote Arijit Singh's "Naina song from Dangal will touch your heart", and the Indian film actor praised the song.

2017[]

In 2017, he lent his voice for Shah Rukh Khan and sang a romantic duet with called "", composed by Pritam's and written by Amitabh Bhattacharya from the movie . Khan shared multiple teasers of the song before its full release. He provided vocals for 's compositions "Kuch Parbat Hilayein" and "Babul Mora" written by Amitabh Bhattacharya from the inspirational movie . He rendered "Alvida" from the film , which the Deccan Chronicle praised in its review of the movie.

He also sang the song "Roke Na Ruke Naina", composed by Amaal Mallik written by Kumaar from the film , and the song "Namami Brahmaputra" (English: I Bow to the Brahmaputra) composed by and dedicated to the river which flows in and has high cultural, economic and social importance for the northeast Indian and Assamese people. He "Haareya", a song from the Hindi movie . and the song "Murshida" from the written by and composed by .

Singh sang "", composed by Mithoon, with lyrics by from the soundtrack of . released it before their planned date due to public demand. He also sang "Pal Bhar" which is a reprise and extended version of song from . "Pal Bhar" is written by Muntashir and composed by Mithoon.

He was the lead vocalist on the film singing "Ik Vaari Aa", composed by Pritam, lyrics are penned by . The song is from the soundtrack of Indian film . Singh lent his vocals and played acoustic guitar with Roland Fernandes for the song "Lambiyaan si Judaiyaan" composed by JAM8 and written by Amitabh Bhattacharya, also on the film's soundtrack. He sang "Tera Hoke Rahoon" song composed by (Kaushik, Akash, Guddu) of JAM8, with lyrics by Bipin Das in the movie Behen Hogi Teri.

He sang "O Saathi", with the music composed and lyrics written by Mithoon from the Hindi film , and the dance song, "", with . It is written by and composed by Sourav Roy.

Singh was the lead singer of the singing the dance song "Ullu ka Pattha" composed by Pritam and written by Amitabh Bhattacharya, a fun song titled "Galti Se Mistake", written by Amitabh Bhattacharya, and Pritam's composition "Jhumri Talaiyya" written by Amitabh Bhattacharya. He also sang "" from Jagga Jasoos composed by Pritam and written by Amitabh Bhattacharya.

He lent his vocals to Shah Rukh Khan and sang the dance song "Beech Beech Main" from the film with additional vocals provided by and , as well as "Hawayein", composed by Pritam Chakraborty and written by Irshad Kamil. Indian media wrote that Singh's vocals in the song were "mesmerising".

Singh sang "Bairagi" for the film . He also sang "" and "" for . The music was composed by Mithoon and written by Sayeed Quadri. He also sang "Main hoon saath tere" from Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana, and sang and also made an appearance in the music video of the song "Pal", featured in the film . Singh's voice texture in the song garnered favourable reviews from the Indian media.

2018[]

In 2018, Singh sang "Aaj Se Teri" for the film , composed by Amit Trivedi and written by Kausar Munir. He sang "Binte Dil" for the film written by and composed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. He also sang another chartbuster titled "Subah Subah" for the film with , composed by Amaal Mallik and written by Kumaar as well as "Tera Yaar Hoon Main". He also sang for the films , , , , , , , and .His Latest Song is "Tera Fitoor" from Genius.

Artistry[]

Vocals and musical style[]

In an interview with , Singh mentioned that he has a "natural voice" and said he did nothing special to maintain it. He has described his voice as "nasal" and believes that it matches with all the actors. of the music director duo Vishal–Shekhar wrote that Singh's "vocal texture is brilliant. The way he emotes and the soul he puts into each song is exemplary." describes his voice as "raw and grainy", whereas the paper's Moeena Halim identifies his voice as soulful and , while the considers his voice "soothing"., in a review, commended his voice., in a review of , described Singh as a singer with a "rich texture and depth in his voice". However, they suggested he should "sing smoothly", without heavy breaths in between. acclaimed Singh's voice.

Singh has said that he would most like to explore the style. He has also said that he loves singing , and likes all genres except for —since it is too loud for him. Singh is most commonly known for his romantic songs and was associated with the tag "romantic singer". Regarding that, Singh said the tag of romantic singer is unintentional, as he has not planned his career. He is happy with the songs that come his way and tries to do his best. Singh does not believe that doing just one type of song is "hampering" his growth. However, through his career, he has explored different musical styles, including; a club party song "Raat Bhar", an electronic "Blame The Night", a "Samjhawan", a or song "Mast Magan" and a ghazal titled "Gulon Mein Rang Bhare". Regarding the variety, stated; "he can sing nice fun songs as well". According to "A vocalist needs to have all genres of music at his fingertips and Arijit has that." While reviewing the soundtrack of Main Tera Hero, Bollywood Hungama felt he "shines" in the form, which is a "totally different setup" from what he has done before.

Reviewing the song "", Komoi described Singh's voice as "marvellous" and Glamsham wrote he sang it intensely, emotionally and passionately. Reviewing the emotional song "Chunar" dedicated to a mother from the movie Any Body Can Dance 2 Komoi wrote Singh's voice "truly converse the pain and the Indian musical arrangements work their magic along with the emotionally rich lyrics. The song finds an instant connect with the listener." Singh's "mispronunciation" of the phonetic 'ta' syllable was criticised by while reviewing the song "Chunar". Similarly, Bollywood Hungama considered his pronunciation "flawed" in the title track of Khamoshiyan. However the producer of the film Khamoshiyan, said, "It is a sensational song. One of the best songs that I have heard in my lifetime and its poetry is simply brilliant." While reviewing the rest of his tracks in the film, , felt that Singh's rendition of the song sounds as "he's on autopilot", though Rajiv Vijayakar from Bollywood Hungama felt his rendition was "emotional". Reviewing the song "Soch Na Sake" with music composed by Amaal Mallik from the movie Bollywood Hungama acclaimed Singh's rendition of the song.

Singh insists on the presence of during recording sessions for a better understanding of the relevance of the words and feelings behind a song. He has said his favourite lyricists are Irshad Kamil, Sayeed Quadri and Amitabh Bhattacharya. While talking with at a question and answers session at Whistling Woods International Campus on arts and technique of singing at the 5th Veda Cultural Hub, Arijit said "Singing is like talking. It is an art of expression. There are other factors too but they all follow on once you understand your lyrics and rhythm well. There are no rules. You just have to practice well." Sharing his childhood memories he said, "I mostly practiced modern Bengali and Indian classical music. My Rajendra Prasad Hazari inspired me to practice more of modern singing as according to him Indian classical was dying."

In media[]

Singh has often been portrayed by the Indian media as a "small town boy who made it big".

Humanitarian works[]

Singh said in an interview that he would love to serve people through his NGO named "Let There Be Light" which works for the Below Poverty Line (BPL) community. His NGO aims to include activities like blood bank camp (with proof and records and photographs of all the blood being delivered properly), distribution of clothes, books, stationery, etc. to Below Poverty Line children on a huge scale and seasonal human ground activities.

Public image and influences[]

Singh at a concert

Though he has been inspired by many artists, Singh named as his favourite singer along with . He named Pritam Chakraborty, Vishal–Shekhar, Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy, Amit Trivedi, Mithoon and A. R. Rahman as his favourite music directors. Singh has idolized , and Mehdi Hassan. He also had shared his fondness for Kishore Kumar and , with whom he is often compared.

In an interview with Filmbeat in April 2013, he declared that he is the biggest fan of singer (KK). His desire to sing for came to reality in 2016 with the song "Naina" from Dangal. In an interview with The Indian Express, Singh stated that he loves the work of Shalmali Kholgade, Shefali Alvares and . He also mentioned that his "current favourite" singer is Chinmayi.

In 2016 he appeared on the popular chat and comedy show aired on Sony TV India. The show's host explained the difficulties he had bringing Singh on the show due to his shy nature.

Personal life[]

Hobbies and other works[]

According to Singh, apart from being a singer, he is a badminton player, a writer, a movie freak and a documentary maker. He also likes cricket, football and his favourite sportsmen are , and . He is an ardent football fan, his favourite teams are and and favourite footballers are , . In Badminton, he likes .

Arijit enjoys listening to retro songs by , and the classical and songs along with the music of . He expressed his desire to work with artist someday as he loves her music. He says he is uncomfortable with all the attention that fame has brought.

Arijit completed shooting for his directorial debut in 2015. Titled Bhalobasar Rojnamcha, it is a Bengali feature film compiled with seven short films. Co-written by Singh, a work-in-progress version of the film has been sent to some film festivals abroad.

In an interview given to Mid-day.com in the December 2016, Arijit said "Independent music in India needs to be redefined" and he is working on some "independent music projects" but he believes that Bollywood music overpowers independent music, and there is lack of infrastructure and platform for independent music in India, and it is difficult to produce it in India.

Impact and recognition[]

In an interview music director and composer, Pritam said "Arijit is a good singer, a smart musician and an intelligent musician as well." of the music director duo said Singh is a phenomenal singer. In another interview he said "Arijit has the ability and the openness needed to make every recording a genuine collaboration. He's also a really nice guy, with no ego. That helps" Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali in an Interview with said "Arijit Singh is very special".

Shreya Ghoshal remarked that he "is versatile and has a soulful voice". said "I knew him before he became Arijit Singh. He is an educated musician, he understands his and he has got depth. praised him as one of the "great singers of this generation".

Discography[]

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Some of his popular songs include "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "Janam Janam", "", "", "", "", and "".

Awards and nominations[]

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Singh was awarded the Wizcraft Honour for the Best Live Performer, and was one of the top 10 artists from across the world to be featured at The SSE Arena, Wembley in the SSE Live Awards 2016.

Singh has received four Mirchi Music Awards, four , a , an , two and two . He received nine awards from ten nominations for the song "Tum Hi Ho" from 2013 film Aashiqui 2. He also won the prestigious award in the category of "The Best Male Singer" for the song "Tum Hi Ho" in 2014.

In September 2014, The National Indian Students Union UK honoured Singh with the Youth Icon – Music Award. He was named the most popular artist of 2014 by after winning an online poll conducted by music streaming website hungama.com.Forbes India magazine's 100 Celebrity List placed him at rank 15 in 2016.

At the seventh Mirchi Music Awards in 2015, he was honoured with the award for Best Male Vocalist for his rendition of the song "Samjhawan". He was nominated for the , held in 2015 under Best Male Playback Singer category for two songs "Mast Magan" and "Suno Na Sangemarmar". He was voted online as the Best Male Singer by the readers of the IBN Live for the song "Muskurane". He won Best Male Playback Singer award at the , held in 2016 for the rendition of the song "Sooraj Dooba Hain".

The , honoured him with awards for his rendition of the song "Soch Na Sake", He was subsequently honoured for his rendition of the most popular film and radio song "Gerua", and the most streamed song "Sanam Re". The Times of India Film Awards 2016, nominated him for his rendition of three songs "", "" and ". In late 2016, Arijit received his first Stardust Award for Best Playback Singer (Male) for the song "Channa Mereya". In 2017, he was nominated at Mirchi Music Awards under Male Vocalist of The Year category for four songs "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil", "Channa Mereya", "Bolna" and "Nashe Si Chadh Gayi". He won the award for the song "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil". He received a couple of nominations under Male Playback Singer category for "Channa Mereya" and "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" from film in various award ceremonies in late 2016 and 2017.

He won the for the song "Tum Hi Ho" in 2014. He also won the award in the category of Best Male Singer for the song "Tum Hi Ho" in 2014. At the 7th Mirchi Music Awards 2015, he was awarded the Best Male Vocalist for his rendition of the song "Samjhawan". Arijit had won IBN Live Movie Award for the song "" in the Best Playback Singer category. He won Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer for the song "" in 2016. The awarded him for his rendition of the song "Soch Na Sake", he was awarded for the song "", and the most streamed song "". He was awarded the award of Best Male Singer for the song " at the 2016. In 2017, at the , he won Best Male Playback Singer Award for the title song "", and also won Male Vocalist of The Year award at 2017 Mirchi Music Awards for his rendition of the song. He was awarded the Best Male Playback Singer award for the song at the in 2017.

At the Singh was awarded the title of Best Male Playback Singer for his rendition of the song "" and songs of .

At the of 2018, he was awarded the Best Male Playback Singer for "Roke Na Ruke Naina" from and was nominated for "Zaalima" from . With this win, he won the Filmfare award for three consecutive years.

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