Things You Dont Know About Arjith Singh | Fame Singer

Things You Dont Know About Arjith Singh | Fame Singer


Singh was born on 25 April 1987 in Jiaganj,
Murshidabad, West Bengal to a Punjabi father and a Bengali mother.He initiated training
in music from his house, since his maternal grandmother used to sing and his maternal
aunt is trained in Indian classical music. His maternal uncle also plays the tabla. He also learnt music from his mother who sings
and plays the tabla. For studies, he went to Raja Bijay Singh High
School and Sripat Singh College, a University of Kalyani affiliate. According to Singh he “was a decent student,
but cared more about music”. His inclination towards music led his parents
to decide on training him professionally. He was taught Indian classical music by Rajendra
Prasad Hazari and trained in tabla by Dhirendra Prasad Hazari while Birendra Prasad Hazari
taught him Rabindra Sangeet and pop music. His career began upon participating in the reality
show Fame Gurukul, in which he lost at the finals. After winning another reality show called
10 Ke 10 Le Gaye Dil, Singh built a recording setup of his own, beginning his journey with
music programming. Subsequently, he went to become assistant
music programmer to Pritam Chakraborty, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Vishal-Shekhar and Mithoon. Singh became more well-known with the release
of “Tum Hi Ho” from Aashiqui 2. He was given the Best Male Playback Singer
award for the song, in 59th Filmfare Awards. In 2014, he collaborated with Jeet Gannguli—for
whom he performed the rest of his tracks in Aashiqui 2 —for CityLights, where he rendered
the romantic version of the song “Muskurane”, which fetched him most nominations in the
year. Gannguli composed “Suno Na Sangemarmar” and
Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy’s Sufi song, “Mast Magan” garnered him another two nominations
in 60th Filmfare Awards. According to Singh, apart from being a singer
he is a badminton player, a writer, a movie freak and a documentary maker. According to Forbes’s Celebrity 100 list,
released annually, Singh earned ₹350 million in 2014.Despite the popularity, Singh does
not give many interviews. In a concert at Emaar Boulder Hills, he stated;
“If I want to eat fish, I want to be free to go and buy it myself in the market. I don’t like these interviews and photos”. In September 2013, Singh was arrested for
allegedly assaulting a journalist, Apurba Chowdhury, when Chowdhury asked him details
about his divorce suit against his wife, Koyel Singh. Reportedly, Singh was granted bail the following
day. On 20 January 2014, Singh married his childhood
friend, Koel Roy, in Tarapith temple, West Bengal. He confirmed the news by posting his wedding
picture on a social networking site. Accordingly, it was his second marriage since
he was previously married to one of his co-contestants from a reality show. Roy was also previously married and has a
four-year-old daughter, when they got married.In August 2015, Singh claimed that he received
an extortion call from gangster Ravi Pujari, who demanded to give ₹5 crore. Though Singh refused to file a complaint,
Oshiwara police made a diary entry of the matter. Singh 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. Singh also has an NGO named “Let There Be
Light” which works for his locality in Jiaganj and for BPL community. Singh resides in Andheri, Mumbai

11 Replies to “Things You Dont Know About Arjith Singh | Fame Singer”

  1. I love you arijit jii 😍 the smile of yours it heels me whenever I am sad I will see yours smile will come on my face

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