Salman Ali B’day: Salman Ali completes the journey of Saregama-Indian Idol while singing in Jagran, childhood passed in pain

Indian Idol 10 winner Salman Ali got tremendous popularity after winning the show. There is no doubt that he has worked very hard and struggled to reach this point. Now he has made a special identity in his career. Before this, he was also the first runner up of Saregama Little Champ. Salman Ali is celebrating his 24th birthday today (Happy Birthday Salman Ali). On this occasion, his fans are congratulating him on social media.

sang many songs
Salman Ali was born on 14 January 1998 in Punhana, Nuh district of Haryana. The last four generations of his family have been associated with music. That’s why he got music education from childhood. He had seen deprivation and poverty in the house. As a child, singing in Jagran, he completed the journey till Saregama Little Champ and Indian Idol. After winning the show, he also appeared in a few episodes of Zameen with Salim Suleman. You might not know but he also sang the promotional song of Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma starrer Sui Dhaaga.

Salman Khan gave a break
But, Salman Khan gave the biggest break to Salman Ali. He offered Salman Ali a song for him in ‘Dabangg 3’. Apart from this, he also sang the theme song of the TV series Chandragupta Maurya, which became quite popular. Salman Ali made his special identity by singing ‘Satellite Shankar’ in Jai Ho and Awara in Dabangg 3.

Appeared in many reality shows
Salman Ali appeared in Zee TV’s reality show Pro Music League as Captain Music Director, Composer and Singer along with Ankit Tiwari. Apart from this, the brand ambassador of this show was Suresh Raina. Salman Ali also got a lot of popularity from this show. People liked this show a lot. After winning Indian Idol, Salman Ali is engaged in establishing his identity in the music industry. Some of his music albums have also been released.


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