Palak Muchhal

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Palak Muchhal
Palak Muchhal filmfare.jpg
Palak at 61st Filmfare Awards in 2016
Born (1992-03-30) 30 March 1992 (age 30)
  • Singer
  • lyricist
Years active2011–present
(m. 2022)
  • Rajkumar Muchhal (father)
  • Amita Muchhal (mother)
RelativesPalash Muchhal (Brother)
Musical career

Palak Muchhal (born 30 March 1992) is an Indian singer and lyricist from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. She and her younger brother Palash Muchhal perform stage shows across India and abroad to raise funds for the poor children who need financial assistance for the medical treatment of heart diseases.[1]

Muchhal also performs as a playback singer for Bollywood films and other Indian film industries. She has rendered her voice in Hindi films such as Ek Tha Tiger (2012), Aashiqui 2 (2013), Kick (2014) and Action Jackson (2014) Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (2015) M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story (2016) Kaabil (2017), Baaghi 2 (2018) and Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas (2019). Her rendition of the song Kaun tujhe" from the film"M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story has earned her much praise from fans as well as prominent personalities in the music industry.[2][3] On 6th November 2022, she married music composer Mithoon, with whom she had earlier worked on the soundtrack of Aashiqui 2.[4]


Muchhal with brother Palash Muchhal on Raksha Bandhan 2013

Palak Muchhal was born on 30 March 1992 into a Maheshwari Marwari family in Indore. Her mother, Amita Muchhal, is a homemaker and her father, Rajkumar Muchhal, works for a private firm.[5] She has a younger brother, Palash Muchhal.[6] She did her schooling from Queens College Indore. In May 2013 Muchhal stated that she was doing her final year of B.Com from a college in Indore.[7]

Charity work[edit]


At times... [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.[5]

—Palak Muchhal (in 2007)

Muchhal became a member of Kalyanji-Anandji Little Star, a group of young singers, when she was four years old.[8] During the Kargil War of 1999, when aged seven, she spent a week singing at shops in her home city, Indore, to raise funds for the families of deceased Indian soldiers. Her efforts received substantial coverage in Indian media and she raised 25,000 (US$810). Later that year, she sang to raise funds for victims of the 1999 Odisha cyclone.[9]

Her decision to use her voice to help others was triggered when she saw poor children using their clothes to clean train compartments.[5] Around the same time, teachers at Nidhi Bal Vinay Mandir, an Indore-based school, approached Muchhal and her parents with a request for a charity show to raise funds for their pupil, Lokesh, who was suffering from a congenital heart defect. Lokesh's father was an impoverished footwear shop-owner and was unable to afford the high cost of heart surgery. Muchhal and her parents agreed to arrange a show and in March 2000, she used a street vendor's cart as a stage for the event and collected 51,000 (US$1,600) towards the cost of surgery. The attendant publicity prompted Bangalore-based cardiologist, Devi Prasad Shetty, to operate on Lokesh free of charge. Muchhal's parents published advertisements in local newspapers to promote donations toward heart surgery for children like Lokesh. The outcome of this was a list of 33 children in need of heart surgery.[10]

A series of charity shows were arranged later in that year, from which 225,000 (US$7,200) were raised. This money was used to provide heart surgery for five children in Bangalore and Bhandari Hospital Indore. To help Muchhal in her efforts to save lives of children at relatively low cost, T. Choithram Hospital of Indore halved the cost of surgery from 80,000 (US$2,600) to 40,000 (US$1,300) and one of its surgeons, Dhiraj Gandhi, decided to waive his fee for cases brought in by Muchhal.[8]


Muchhal with Sanjay Khan at 2nd Babasaheb Ambedkar Awards 2010

Since 2000, Muchhal has travelled extensively in India and abroad for her charity show, which is billed in Hindi as "Dil Se Dil Tak" ("From heart to heart") and in English as "Save Little Hearts". Her younger brother, Palash, performs in the same shows with the intent of raising funds for children who have kidney ailments.[11] On average, Muchhal sings around 40 songs in each show which includes popular Bollywood songs, Ghazals and Bhajans. Muchhal can sing in 17 different languages which includes Hindi, Sanskrit, Gujarati, Odia, Assamese, Rajasthani, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Sindhi and Malayalam.[5]

Palak was also a star at Maheboob College, Secunderabad and sang there, both Palak and Palash sang on different occasions, by this they were bought up and built their career.[citation needed]

In 2001 Muchhal, raised around one million rupees for the victims of 2001 Gujarat earthquake.[12] In July 2003, Muchhal offered financial assistance through her charity funds to parents of a two-year-old Pakistani girl who had a hole in the heart.[13] Muchhal's charity organisation is named as "Palak Muchhal Heart Foundation". As of March 2006 this foundation had financially assisted 200 children in undergoing heart surgery.[14] By the end of the year 2006 Muchhal had raised 1.2 crore (US$150,000) for this foundation which were used to save lives of 234 children. To ensure that operations of children do not stop due to lack of money, Bhandari Hospital in Indore has allowed an overdraft of up to one million rupees to Palak Muchhal Heart Foundation.[5] In 2006 Muchhal was one of the five heroic stories broadcast by Star Gold channel as part of its "Rang De Basanti Salaam" (Salute to Color of Sacrifice) initiative. By June 2009 Muchhal had staged 1,460 charity shows across the world which had raised 1.71 crore (US$210,000) for Palak Muchhal Heart Foundation. These funds helped to save the lives of 338 children.[15]

Doctors allow Muchhal to be present in the operating theatre. She has her own surgical gown in the hospital and when the operation takes place she chants Jain Navkar Mantra. Muchhal and her parents do not receive any financial benefits from the charity shows but she receives a doll for every child whose life she helps make better through her efforts.[5]


Palak Muchhal at Policegiri charity screening in July 2013

In 2011, Muchhal entered in Bollywood as professional playback singer but her efforts to help child heart patients continued. In August 2015, funds raised by her has helped to save the lives of 800 children. As of October 2020, she with her brother has saved 2,200 lives of children.[16]

Bollywood career[edit]

Muchhal released six non-filmi albums prior to her adulthood. In 2001, when she was nine, her first album "Child For Children" was released by Tips Music. In 2003, her second album Palken was released.[17] In later years she released her other albums Aao Tumhe Chand Per Le Jaaye, Beti Hu Mahakal Ki, and Dil Ke Liye. In 2011, her Jai Jai Dev Ganesh album was released by T-Series. Muchhal moved to Mumbai from Indore in late 2006 to find opportunities in Bollywood for her singing career. She sang her first Bollywood song for the October 2011 movie Damadamm!, receiving generally positive reviews. She sang her second song, "Pyaar Ke Silsile", a month later for movie Na Jaane Kabse.[18] The music in Na Jaane Kabse, and the movie also, received bad reviews.[19] Muchhal was an acquaintance of actor Salman Khan. Khan had recommended her name earlier to music director Sajid–Wajid for his film Veer. Khan had also recommended her name to Yash Raj Banner. Following this, Muchhal dubbed the song "Laapata" with KK for Yash Raj banner which was included in 2012 blockbuster movie Ek Tha Tiger. The song was filmed on Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif. The song was a hit and introduced her to Bollywood.[20]

Later that year in 2012 she sang "Nainon Ne Nainon Se" song for the movie From Sydney with Love, receiving favorable reviews. In early 2013, Muchhal sang two songs, composed by Mithoon and Jeet Gannguli, for the movie Aashiqui 2. Aashiqui 2 music received generally positive reviews,[21] becoming her second hit after Ek Tha Tiger with the song "Chahun Main Yaa Na" becoming her special signature start to the Bollywood industry.[7] Muchhal has also sung a song "Tui Borsha Bikeler Dheu" in Bengali for the April 2013 Bengali movie Rocky. After her debut as a singer in Bollywood, she sang several songs of Himesh Reshammiya's composition. In 2014, she sang with Mika Singh for Reshammiya's song "Jumme Ki Raat", which became the biggest hit of the year. Later she also sang the same with Salman Khan. She was also the lead singer in the 2015 Salman Khan film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo.[22][23] In 2016, she lent her voice for "Kaun Tujhe" of Amaal Mallik in M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, one of the top female songs of the year. Most of her songs until date are compositions of Reshammiya, Gannguli, Mithoon and Amaal Mallik. Her Kannada song "Enammi Enammi" with Vijay Prakash was a big chartbuster in 2018.


Hindi film songs[edit]

Year Album Song(s) Composer(s) Co-singer(s) Ref.
2011 Damadamm! "Damadamm" Himesh Reshammiya Himesh Reshammiya, Vinit Singh, Alam Gir Khan, Shabab Sabri, Sabina Shaikh, Rubina Shaikh and Punnu Brar
Na Jaane Kabse "Pyaar Ke Silsile" Jatin Pandit
2012 Ek Tha Tiger "Laapata" Sohail Sen KK
From Sydney with Love "Nainon Ne Nainon Se" Sohail Sen
2013 Aashiqui 2 "Meri Aashiqui" Mithoon Arijit Singh
"Chaahun Main Ya Naa" Jeet Gannguli
Policegiri "Chura Ke Le Ja" Himesh Reshammiya Yashraj Kapil
"Tirat Meri Tu" Vinit Singh, Shabab Sabri
Zanjeer "Lamhaa Tera Mera" Chirantan Bhatt Wajhi Farooki
Mickey Virus "Aankhon Hi Aankhon Ne"
(Duet Version)
Mohit Chauhan
"Aankhon Hi Aankhon Ne"
(Female Version)
R... Rajkumar "Dhokha Dhadi" Pritam Chakraborty Arijit Singh
2014 Jai Ho "Photocopy" Sajid–Wajid Himesh Reshammiya, Keerthi Sagathia
Karle Pyaar Karle "Karle Pyaar Karle" Meet Bros Anjjan Benny Dayal, Monali Thakur
"Teri Saanson Mein" Rashid Khan Arijit Singh
Dishkiyaoon "Tu Hi Hai Aashiqui"
(Duet Version)
Palash Muchhal
"Nachle Tu" Mika Singh
The Xpose "Ice Cream Khaungi" Himesh Reshammiya Himesh Reshammiya, Yo Yo Honey Singh
Humshakals "Piya Ke Bazaar" Himesh Reshammiya, Shalmali Kholgade
"Khol De Dil Ki Khidki" Mika Singh
Kick "Jumme Ki Raat"
"Jumme Ki Raat"
(Version 2)
Salman Khan
Action Jackson "Dhoom Dham" Ankit Tiwari
2015 Ishq Ke Parindey "Tumse Mil Ke" Vijay Vermaa Javed Ali
"Rab se Maangi"
Gabbar is Back "Teri Meri Kahaani" Chirantan Bhatt Arijit Singh
Hero "O Khuda" Amaal Mallik
Khamoshiyan "Baatein Ye Kabhi Na"
(Female Version)
Jeet Gannguli
Mr. X "Teri Khushboo"
(Female Version)
Baahubali: The Beginning (D) "Panchhi Bole" M. M. Keeravani
Rudhramadevi (D) "Pushpa Koi Viksit Huya" Ilaiyaraaja
Thoda Lutf Thoda Ishq "Pyaar Hua Jab Tujhse"
(Female Version)
Vikram Khajuria
Uvaa "Ishq Fobiya" Rashid Khan Mohammed Irfan, Bhanu Pratap Singh
Luckhnowi Ishq "Bomb Kudi" Raaj Aashoo Pratibha Baghel
"Bomb Kudi"
(Featuring Labh Janjua)
Labh Janjua, Amit Mishra, Pratibha Baghel
Prem Ratan Dhan Payo "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" Himesh Reshammiya
"Jab Tum Chaho" Mohammed Irfan, Darshan Raval
"Aaj Unse Kehna Hai" Shaan, Aishwarya Majumdar
2016 Sanam Teri Kasam "Sanam Teri Kasam" Ankit Tiwari
"Sanam Teri Kasam"
(Reprise Version)
Mohammed Irfan
Ishq Forever "Ishq Forever" Nadeem Saifi Jubin Nautiyal
"Bilkul Socha Na Tha" Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
Sanam Re "Hua Hain Aaj Pehli Baar" Amaal Mallik Armaan Malik, Amaal Mallik
Jab Tum Kaho "Ab Tu Hi Tu" Anuj Garg Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan
Awesome Mausam "Tere Naina Mere Naino Se" Komal Aran Atariya Shaan
Ki & Ka "Kabir Most Wanted Munda" Meet Bros Meet Bros, Arjun Kapoor
Traffic "Keh Bhi De" Mithoon Benny Dayal
"Door Na Jaa"
Do Lafzon Ki Kahani "Jeena Marna"
(Female Version)
Babli Haque
Luv U Alia "Sapne" Jassie Gift Ashwin Bhandare
Rustom "Dekha Hazaro Dafaa" Jeet Gannguli Arijit Singh
Raaz Reboot "Hummein Tummein Jo Tha" Papon
M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story "Kaun Tujhe" Amaal Mallik
Mmirsa "Naio Jeena Tere Bina" Meet Bros Anjjan Mohit Chauhan
2017 Kaabil "Kaabil Hoon" Rajesh Roshan Jubin Nautiyal
Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laaddoo Deewana "Rog Jaane" Vipin Patwa Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
Sweetiee Weds NRI "Musafir" Arko Atif Aslam
"Wedding" Palash Muchhal Sahid Mallya
"Zindagi Bana Loon" Palash Muchhal
Ek Haseena Thi Ek Deewana Tha All Songs Nadeem Saifi
Ranchi Diaries Thoda Aur Jeet Gannguli Arijit Singh
Ramratan Nand Lala Bappi Lahiri Bappi Lahiri
Babuji Ek Ticket Bambai Bepanhaa Tum Ko Chahe" Altaaf Sayyed Mohit Chauhan
2018 Ajooba (Animation) "Ajooba ko Salaam" Ravindra Jain Shaan
Aiyaary "Yaad Hai" Ankit Tiwari
Baaghi 2 "Mundiyan" Sandeep Shirodkar Navraj Hans
"Ek Do Teen"(Film Version)
Kaashi in Search of Ganga "Betahasha" Ankit Tiwari Sonu Nigam
Loveyatri "Dholida" Tanishk Bagchi Udit Narayan, Neha Kakkar, Raja Hasan
Mausam Ikrar Ke Do Pal Pyar Ke "Do Pal Pyar Ke" Bappi Lahiri Shaan
Rashtraputra "You Are My Life" Aazaad
2019 Amavas "Jab Se Mera Dil" Sanjeev-Darshan Armaan Malik
"Dhadkan" Jubin Nautiyal
Dream Girl "Ik Mulaqaat" Meet Bros Altamash Faridi
Hans Ek Sanyog "Main Hu Tera Tera" Prekhar Varma
Lafange Nawab "Tere Liye Chodi" Ali Faisal
Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas "Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas" Sachet-Parampara
SP Chauhan "Sadke Jawaan" Vibhas
2020 Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl "Mann Ki Dori"(Female) Amit Trivedi
Haunted Hills "Har Raahaton" Sandeep Jaiswal Gaurav Sandeep
Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari "Waareya"(Duet) Javed–Mohsin
2021 Bhuj: The Pride Of India Rammo Rammo Tanishk Bagchi Udit Narayan, Neeti Mohan [24]
Shershaah "Kabhii Tumhhe (Female)" Javed–Mohsin
2022 Ardh "Ishq Ka Manjha" Palash Muchhal Armaan Malik
Rashtra Kavach Om "Saansein Dene Aana"(Duet) Chirantan Bhatt Raj Burman
"Saansein Dene Aana"(Female)
Middle Class Love "Naya Pyaar Naya Ehsaas" Himesh Reshammiya Jubin Nautiyal
Prem Geet 3 "Tum Pyaar Ho" Aslam Keyi Ankit Tiwari
"Mujh Mein Bas Jana" Kalyan Singh Dev Negi
Salaam Venky "Yu Tere Hue Hum" Mithoon Jubin Nautiyal

Hindi non-film songs[edit]

Year Album Song Composer(s) Co-singer(s)
2014 Arre Diwani (Single) "Arre Diwani" Ramesh Roshan Pankaj Kumar
2017 Kabhi Yaadon Mein "Kabhi Yaadon Mein" Abhijit Vaghani Arijit Singh
Khushi Waali Khushi "Khushi Waali Khushi" Shantanu Moitra
T-Series Acoustics "Kinara" Palash Muchhal Palash Muchhal
T-Series Mixtape "Kaise Mujhe/Tum Ho Song" Abhijit Vaghani Aditya Narayan
2021 Lag Raha Hai Dil Deewana (Single) "Lag Raha Hai Dil Deewana" Jeet Ganguli
2021 Chaap Tilak "Chaap Tilak" Shreyas Puranik Rahul Vaidya
2021-22 Himesh Ke Dil Se "Tumpe Mar Jaaenge" Himesh Reshammiya
"Tum Dill Meinn Ho Mere"

Songs in other languages[edit]

Bengali songs[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2013 Rocky "Tui Borsha Bikeler Dheu" Jeet Gannguli Prasenjit Mukherjee Shaan
Khiladi "O Humsafar Tor Chokhe" Shree Pritam
2014 Kkoli: A Journey of Love "Tumi Acho A Shob E" Meet Bros Anjjan Rana Mazumdar Anjan Bhattacharya
"Tumi Acho" (MBA Swag Remix)
Taarkata "Ochena Ei Jalsa Ghore" Arfin Rumey Mahmud Manjur
Ami Shudhu Cheyechi Tomay "Obujh Bhalobasha" Hridoy Khan Maliha Tajnin Tani Hridoy Khan
2016 Ki Kore Toke Bolbo "Ki Kore Bolbo Tomay" (Duet) Jeet Gannguli Papon
"Ki Kore Bolbo" (Female version)
Prem Ki Bujhini "Saraswati Biddaboti" Savvy Soumyadeb
Amar Ichchhe Kothay "Shobai Chole Jabe" Imran Mahmudul Zulfiqer Russell Imran Mahmudul
2017 Dekh Kemon Lage "Let's Dance Kolkata" Jeet Gannguli Jubin Nautiyal
Shrestha Bangali "Ichhe Dana Mele Diye" Monty Sharma Priyo Chatterjee Armaan Malik
2018 Chitranatte Bithi "Keno Eto Bhabcho" Imran Mahmudul Zulfiqer Russell Imran Mahmudul
2019 Kidnap "Monta Katha Sonena" Jeet Gannguli Raja Chanda Goldie Sohel
2022 Shaan "Cholo Pakhi Hoi" Ahmmed Humayun Prosen Arman Malik

Telugu songs[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2014 Nee Jathaga Nenundali "Nijama Kada" Jeet Gannguli Chandrabose Abhay Jodhpurkar
"Ee Pichi Premani" Sreerama Chandra Mynampati
2015 Size Zero "Innava Innava" M. M. Keeravani Madumita, Ramya
2016 M.S. Dhoni : The Untold Story "Ninnevarika Premistharu" Amaal Mallik Chaitanya Prasad
2019 Amavasya "Guppedantha Gunde Lona" Sanjeev–Darshan Jubin Nautiyal
"Naa Madhi Oh Mata" Shriram Iyer

Kannada songs[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2014 Love Is Poison "Dyaniyaagiruve" Sai Kiran Panakanahalli Prasanna
"Yaako Kaane Dina" Loveguru Rajesh
Paru Wife of Devadas "Kannalle Neenu" Arjun Janya Jayanth Kaikini Sonu Nigam
Adyaksha "Sum Sumne" K. Kalyan
2015 Muddu Manase "Aago Heego" Vineeth Raj Menon A. P. Arjun
Rana Vikrama "Neene Neene" V. Harikrishna Puneeth Rajkumar
Sharp Shooter "Yelle Hodaru" M. S. Shiva Santosh Ghouse Peer Sonu Nigam
DK "Besari Marada" Arjun Janya Sudarshan Shankar Mahadevan
Luv U Alia Haradide Manasu" Jassie Gift Kaviraj
2016 Mukunda Murari Gopala Baa" Arjun Janya V. Nagendra Prasad Vijay Prakash, Chintan Vikas
Simpallag Innondh Love Story "Thusu Preethiya" Bharath B. J. Sonu Nigam
2017 Endendu Hesaridali "Prema Peeditha" Surendranath BR Armaan Malik
First Love "Kaaneyaagi Hode Naanu" V. Sridhar
2018 Ayogya "Yenammi Yenammi" Arjun Janya Vijay Prakash
Anukta "Thalupisadhe Ulidhiruva" Nobil Paul Ashwin Sharma
Prema Baraha "Prema Baraha" Jassie Gift Armaan Malik
2019 99 "Nee Gnyapaka" Arjun Janya Sonu Nigam
Bhanu Weds Bhoomi "Jeeva Jaari" AM Neel
2021 Yellow Board "Preethiye" Advik Sonu Nigam
2022 Parambha "Onde Ondu Saari Ninna" Prajwal Pai

Tamil songs[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2015 Inji Iduppazhagi Kannaalam M. M. Keeravani Damini, Mohana Bhogaraju
2016 M.S. Dhoni : The Untold Story (D) "Unnaal unnaal un ninaival" Amaal Mallik P. Vijay

Marathi songs[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2016 M.S. Dhoni : The Untold Story (D) Shravasatun Tu Darvalta Amaal Mallik Guru Thakur

Gujarati songs[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2016 Polam Pol "Sapnaao Sacha Thashe Sapnaao Sacha Thashe" Paresh-Bhavesh Farhad Bhiwandiwala
2019 Hungama House Mithi Mithi Vaato" Paresh Bhavesh Iqbal Qureshi Favad Bhivadivala

Punjabi songs[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2013 Love Yoou Soniye Labda Phira" Shree D, Swaroop Khan
"Love Karley" ShreeD

Bhojpuri songs[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2013 Chhath Song]] Jode Jode Nariyalwa" Vinay Bihari Pawan Singh, Palak Muchhal
"Chhath song(lali suruj dev ke rathwa pe sawar)" Palak Muchhal

Urdu songs[edit]

Year Film Song Composer(s) Writer(s) Co-singer(s)
2014 The System Sayyon Re Shailesh Suvarna Mohit Pathak
2018 Zeher-e-Ishq

Personal life[edit]

Palak Muchhal married Mithoon, a music composer on 6th November 2022 with whom she worked earlier on Aashiqui 2 Album.[25]

Honours and awards[edit]


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