The 20-year-old singer was launched by the 'Wanted' star in 2014 with 'Jai Ho', where he sang the title track of the film along with two others.

When asked if he credit Salman Khan for his career in Bollywood, Armaan said, "100 percent. I think if it was not him then my talent would not have come to the front. His support was a really big thing and a boost for me as well. I underwent a big personality change in the whole process because he doesn't only focus on your work.”
The 'Wajah tum ho' crooner says the 50-year-old superstar focuses on other things like look and dance while mentoring him.  

He says that if it was for Salman's 'push and dedication' that helped him 'grow as person'.

"This was all apart from the singing aspect that really helped me to grow as a person and I had joined dance classes and worked out. I wouldn’t have done that if it was not for his push and for his dedication for showing me the right way," said the singer, who is the brother of music director Amaal Mallik.


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