Indian Singers Arijit Singh
He sings mainly in Hindi and Bengali, but also has sung in numerous other Indian languages. Singh is considered one of the most versatile and prolific singers in the history of Indian music and Hindi cinema. The singing is also regarded as one of the most popular singers in Indian music.
Singh began his career as a filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Kumar Taurani, participating in a contemporary reality show called Fame Gurukul in 2005. He was awarded with the Mirchi Music Awards 2013, for performances of “Phir Le Aya Dil” and “Duaa“, for the upcoming men’s vocalist of the year, at the beginning of a singing career.
About Arijit Singh
Arijit Singh, a Lahori Sikh father and a Bengali mother, was born in Jiaganj, Murshidabad, West Bengal to Kakkar Singh, on 25 April 1987. At a very young age, he started his music training at home. His motherly aunt studied classical Indian music and his mother’s grandmother sang. The table was played by his mother’s uncle; his mother also sang and played the tablet. He studied at High School Raja Bijay Singh and subsequently at Sripat Singh College, a member of the University of Kalyani. He was “a decent student, but was more interested in music” according to him, and his parents chose to train him professionally.