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Anmol Malik (sometimes instead spelled Anmoll Mallik) is an Indian music composer and singer and songwriter who works in Bollywood films.

Anmol Malik
Occupationmusic composer, singer
Years active1995–present
Parent(s)Anu Malik[1]
Musical career



Malik began her singing career by lending her voice for the movie Biwi No.1. She went on to record her first vocal track at the age of five. This was followed by other movies where Malik sang as a child artist, such as Mela and Badal.[2]

In the year 2006, director J.P.Dutta cast her as the singer for lead actress Aishwariya Rai in the movie Umrao Jaan. Her next release was the song "Chal Mera Hath Pakad Le" from the Satish Kaushik movie Teree Sang. During the film's pre-release the song gained popularity after Malik's impromptu live performance on the music reality show Indian Idol.[3]

At the age of 16, Malik sang "Talli" from the movie Ugly Aur Pagli, a fusion of grunge and rap music. The song debuted at the No.1 position and remained the top dance song for that year.[4]

Malik's discography includes various popular songs such as "Suno Suno" from Gali Gali Chor Hai,[5] "Big Fat Indian Wedding" from the movie Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai, "Ek Mulaqat" from the movie Sonali Cable. She also sang the Western Version of "Old School Girl" from the movie Tanu Weds Manu Returns in 2015.[6] Recently Malik sang "Time Lagaya Kaiko" in Welcome Back.[7]

In October 2015, her first indie single as a singer, "Lamhein", an official adaptation of Coldplay's "Paradise", was released under EMI Records India. The music was recreated by her father, Anu Malik, and the lyrics were penned by Manoj Muntashir. A music video, directed by Mohit Suri, featured Malik and Mohit Marwah.[8]

Malik launched her first English single "Let Me Come Home" in February 2017; the song is written, composed and sung by her. Malik put the song on YouTube first, where it grabbed the attention of the programming execs at VH1.[9]

She was one of the composers for the 2017 Hindi-language Indu Sarkar.


After her graduation from university, Malik released the English single "The Graduation". The song was only released online.[citation needed]


Year Movie Song(s) Music Director(s)
1996 Diljale (Child Artist) Anu Malik
1998 Chhota Chetan Jo Tum Kaho (Child Artist) Anu Malik
1999 Biwi No.1 Mujhe Maaf Karna (Child Artist) Anu Malik
2000 Mela Mela Dilon Ka (Celebration), (Child Artist) Anu Malik
2006 Umrao Jaan Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Na Kijo Anu Malik
2008 Ugly Aur Pagli Talli, Shut Up, Aa Nachle Anu Malik
2009 Teree Sang Chal Mera Hath Pakad Le Anu Malik
2010 Pyaar Impossible 10 on 10 Salim-Sulaiman
2012 Gali Gali Chor Hai Suno Suno Anu Malik
2012 Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai Big Fat Indian Wedding Anu Malik
2013 Bajatey Raho Naagin Dance Jaidev Kumar
2014 Sonali Cable Gannu Rocks, Ek Mulaqat Mickey McCleary, Jubin Nautiyal
2015 Tanu Weds Manu Returns Old School Girl (Western Version) Krsna Solo
2015 Welcome Back Time Lagaya Kaiko Anu Malik
2015 Lamhein Music Video Anu Malik
2016 Housefull 3 Pyar Ki Shaarib-Toshi
2017 Let Me Come Home Let Me Come Home Anmol Malik
2017 Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai! Music Video Anmol Malik
2017 Begum Jaan "Holi Khelein" Anu Malik
2018 Jiya Na Jaye "Music Video" Anmol Malik
2018 Tum Hi Toh Ho "Music Video" Anu Malik


  1. ^ | Spouse = Khursheed Malik^__^ "Music Review: Begum Jaan". The Hindu. Retrieved 18 July 2017.
  2. ^ "Anmoll Mallik: I'm the most comfortable in a recording studio". The Times of India. Retrieved 25 September 2015.
  3. ^ "Anmol Malik's Live Performance of Nagin - MissMalini". MissMalini. Retrieved 25 September 2015.
  4. ^ Second generations with talents. IndiaToday. Retrieved 16 May 2016.
  5. ^ Gali Gali Chor Hai Lyrics. Glamsham. Retrieved 16 May 2016.
  6. ^ 10 Youngsters with music in their bko. BollywoodHungama. 30 April 2015. Retrieved 30 December 2015.
  7. ^ Welcome Back Music Review. KoiMoi. 27 August 2015. Retrieved 27 August 2015.
  8. ^ "This version of Coldplay's Paradise by Anmol Malik is becoming a rage".
  9. ^ "Anmol Malik's 'Let Me Come Home' in VH1 International Music Charts". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 28 July 2017.

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