I Don’t Believe In Trending And Views, I Only Believe In Peoples Love For My Song, Says Armaan Malik
Singer Armaan Malik’s whose songs are noteworthy and his beautiful voice can encourage anyone to come on the dance floor says that he doesn’t believes in trending and views. He only believes in peoples love and he loves to read their comments and reactions about his song. At a very young age the singer has achieved a substantial successful career and has given people the best playlist options, especially the romantic songs.
Armaan Malik was seen interacting with the media on Monday in Mumbai.
Talking on the same Armaan said, “I don’t believe in trending and views, I believe in peoples love. I like to read people comments and their reactions about my song. Trending and views is there for sure, but I am more interested to know whether my song has won their hearts or no. So this is more important for me. And till now whichever song I have sang people have loved it and appreciated it. I have seen when people are on my shows they repeat the lyrics of my song and that is really stimulating”
“I feel very happy when the makers opt for me to sing the song. I feel very grateful when they think that this particular song Armaan can justify. Apart from one more thing that really makes me happy is that at a very young age I have reached to this level. And I think there are very few singers in the industry who at a very young age have developed their career. Sometimes I get scared that I have reached my goal so early, that it doesn’t gets end soon. I believe in only one theory and that is that I have to be humble and kind. If people praises also that I am the best and my work is noteworthy, I try to avoid taking it on my heart and my mind. Because I know that there are always ups and downs in Bollywood industry. And we have to accept that” said Armaan.
Singer Armaan Malik has given some of his notable hits like Bol Do Na Zara, Main Hoon Hero Tera, Sab Tera, Wajah tum Ho. His voice, while singing romantic tracks, always hit close to the heart. His fans call themselves Armaanians and are crazy for him. He has even lent his vocals for the Hindi version of American musical fantasy film ‘Aladdin’ as well as the songs for the much-loved classic ‘The Lion King.