A cute girl with a soothing voice and roaring dreams with bags of character in her tone! A rare jewel from this industry, where compassion fuels her talent &  every achievement turns into a selfless deed. Palak Muchhal, born on 30th  March 1992, is a blooming Indian playback singer who is turning thirty today!  Palak Muchhal songs are the means to craft happiness into the lives of the needy.

Palak Muchhal has made her entry in both Guinness Book of World Records and  Limca Book of World Records for great achievements in social work. Her work is also recognized by the Government of India and she has also received the Honorary Doctorate by the American University, USA for Global Peace (2021)  and proudly changed her Instagram biography to Dr. Palak Muchhal!

On 8th March, Women’s Day, she bagged – The She Age 2022 Award presented by HT City, Hindustan Times, and Bhutani Granthum for being one of the 12 Indian women who are paving the way for themselves, alongside empowering and inspiring others to rise and shine, including, Bhumi Pednekar – Actor,  Raveena Tandon – Actor, Avani Lekhara – Paralympian Gold medallist, Aanchal  Sharma – Indian Navy to name a few. Cheers to their relentless spirit of working towards making a difference in the world!

Recently, while paying her homage to the Late Smt. Lata Mangeshkarji, at the  “Aajtak – Shraddhanjali” event, Palak Muchhal expressed how she was deeply moved and inspired by her. She said, “I met her when I was only 8 years old, she was my inspiration and a Divine Personality who encouraged me to continue my charity work even if I become famous tomorrow. Smt. Lata Mangeshkar mentioned that these social endeavors carried out by Palak Muchhal songs and shows are the only true expression of worship towards music.

Her excitement knew no bounds when A. R. Rehman himself called Palak Muchhal to perform with the Firdaus orchestra at the Expo 2020 Dubai as a  tribute to the Late Smt. Lata Mangeshkarji. Palak Muchhal songs celebrated the life and music of the Nightingale of India by playing her most iconic playbacks.

Since childhood, Palak Muchhal showed an immense passion for becoming a Bollywood playback singer, so she joined Kalyanji-Anandji Little Star, a group of young singers, at the early age of four years!   Before starting her work in the Bollywood industry, she released about six albums in her teenage days, released under the banner of Tips Music, T-Series,  etc.

Palak Muchhal moved to Mumbai from Indore in late 2006 to find opportunities in Bollywood. She sang her first Bollywood song for the October 2011 movie  Damadamm! Later, Actor Salman Khan recommended her name for Yash Raj banner’s blockbuster movie in  2012, Ek tha Tiger. Palak Muchhal song, “Laapata” with KK, was filmed on Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, which was a hit and introduced her to  Bollywood. She has also rendered her voice in blockbuster Hindi films such  as Aashiqui 2 (2013), Kick (2014), Gabbar is Back (2014), Action  Jackson (2014), Baahubali: The  Beginning (2015), M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story (2016), Kaabil (2017), Baaghi  2 (2018), Loveyatri (2018), Pehla Nasha in Kuch Bheege Alfaz (2018), Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas (2019), and Gunjan Saxena: The  Kargil Girl (2020)

Everyone fell in love with her sweet, soothing voice and Palak Muchhal songs &  her name was now well known in the industry with praises from fans as well as

prominent personalities in the music industry. Palak Muchhal songs received  countless awards & appreciation,

∙ Zee Cine Awards 2014 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Fresh Singing Talent for ‘Meri  Aashiqui’ song of Aashiqui 2 and also a nomination in Best Female  Playback Singer category for the same song.

∙ Palak Muchhal’s playback for the title track of ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’, won the title of Best Female Playback Singer for Stardust Awards (2015) & got her first-ever nomination in the 61st Filmfare Awards (2016) too. Her contribution resulted in winning the Best Track of the Year Award 2015 in the Zee Cine Awards as well as BIG Star Entertainment Awards for BIG Star  Most Entertaining Singer (Female) for the same song.

∙ Received her first-ever Screen Award (2016) and second nomination in the 62nd Filmfare Awards (2017) for ‘Kaun Tujhe Yun Pyaar Karega’ – from M.  S. Dhoni: The Untold Story.

Palak Muchhal songs are from 17 different languages which include Hindi,  Sanskrit, Gujarati, Odia, Assamese, Rajasthani, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Punjabi,  Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Sindhi, and Malayalam, which are from different categories starting from popular Bollywood songs to Ghazals and even Bhajans!

“Her voice not only touches the hearts, but her voice heals the hearts too!” says  her fans who tag themselves as #palakians

It all began when she was only seven years old and spent a week singing at shops in her home city, Indore, raising INR 25,000/- for the families of deceased Indian soldiers, during the 1999 Kargil War. A series of charity shows started, one following the other, for the victims of the 1999 Odisha cyclone, for the 33  requests she received from those suffering from congenital heart defects, she also raised one million rupees for the victims of the 2001 Gujarat earthquake, and she also helped a two-year-old Pakistani girl who had a hole in the heart, and the list goes on with no turning back!

She recently completed 22 years of her mission of Saving Little Hearts, which is now fondly called the “Palak Muchhal’s Heart Foundation”. So far, 2395  lives have been saved through her concerts and there are still 414 kids waiting to get operated on. Every Palak Muchhal song is for a cause!

“I missed my normal childhood, but then, it dawns on me that even if I lose my childhood, it’s okay. Playing with friends is not more important than saving a  life”

— Palak Muchhal (in 2007)