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Arijit Singh (born 25 April 1987) is an Indian singer and music composer.[6][4][2] The recipient of several accolades including a National Film Award and six Filmfare Awards, he has recorded songs in several Indian languages and has established himself as one of the leading playback singers of Bollywood.[7][8]




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Arijit Singh was born on 25 April 1987[1] in Jiaganj, Murshidabad, West Bengal to Kakkar Singh, a Punjabi Sikh father[15] and Aditi Singh, a Bengali Hindu mother.[16] His paternal family came from Lahore during the Partition.[15] He began his music training at a very young age at home. His maternal aunt trained in Indian classical music, and his maternal grandmother used to sing. His maternal uncle played the tabla, and his mother also sang and played the tabla. He studied at Raja Bijay Singh High School and later at the Sripat Singh College, a University of Kalyani affiliate.[16] 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 Rabindra Sangeet (songs written and composed by Rabindranath Tagore) and pop music.[16] 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 vocals in Indian classical music.[17]


Singh continued to work with Pritam, singing "Dilliwaali Girlfriend", "Kabira" and "Ilahi" for Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani.[36] Other than singing the encore version of "Kabira", he was the music producer of the track along with "Balam Pichkari" from the same film.[37][38] Singh sang the song for Phata Poster Nikhla Hero titled "Main Rang Sharbaton Ka", also a composition by Pritam,[39] as well as his song "Dhoka Dhadi" for R... Rajkumar.


In 2015, Chinmayi Sripada recorded a romantic duet titled "Sooiyan", written by Irshad Kamil and Amit Trivedi, with Singh for the Bollywood film Guddu Rangeela.[84] Arijit was the lead vocalist on the soundtrack of the 2015 film Dilwale singing "Janam Janam".[85] He sang the duet song "Gerua" composed by Pritam and written by Amitabh Bhattacharya 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.


He sang the duet "Dharkhaast" from the film, Shivaay with Sunidhi Chauhan, the music is composed by Mithoon the lyrics are penned by Sayeed Quadri. Daily News and Analysis in their review of song "Dharkhaast" commended Singh and Sunidhi's singing.[95]


He sang "O Saathi", with the music composed and lyrics written by Mithoon from the Hindi film Shab,[115] and the dance song, "Main Tera Boyfriend", with Neha Kakkar. It is written by Kumar and composed by Sourav Roy.[116]


Singh sang "Bairagi" for the film Bareilly Ki Barfi. He also sang "Jaana Ve" and "Aaj Zid" for Aksar 2. The music was composed by Mithoon and written by Sayeed Quadri.[123] 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 Monsoon Shootout. Singh's voice texture in the song garnered favorable reviews from the Indian media.[124]


Reviewing the song "Uska Hi Banana", Komoi described Singh's voice as "marvelous" and Glamsham wrote he sang it intensely, emotionally and passionately.[157][29] 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."[158]Singh's "mispronunciation" of the phonetic 'ta' syllable was criticized by India West while reviewing the song "Chunar".[159] Similarly, Bollywood Hungama considered his pronunciation "flawed" in the title track of Khamoshiyan.[66] However the producer of the film Khamoshiyan, Mahesh Bhatt said, "It is a sensational song. One of the best songs that I have heard in my lifetime and its poetry is simply brilliant."[160]While reviewing the rest of his tracks in the film, The Indian Express, 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".[66][161]Reviewing the song "Soch Na Sake" with music composed by Amaal Mallik from the movie Airlift Bollywood Hungama acclaimed Singh's rendition of the song.[162]


Singh insists on the presence of lyricists during recording sessions for a better understanding of the relevance of the words and feelings behind a song. He has said his favorite lyricists are Irshad Kamil, Sayeed Quadri, and Amitabh Bhattacharya.[163] While talking with Subhash Ghai 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 guru Rajendra Prasad Hazari inspired me to practice more of modern singing as according to him Indian classical was dying."[164]


Arijit enjoys listening to retro songs by singers Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi and the classical and ghazal songs along with the music of Coldplay. He expressed his desire to work with artist Norah Jones someday as he loves her music. He says he is uncomfortable with all the attention that fame has brought.[175] 350c69d7ab


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