Palak Muchhal Guinness Book of World Records: Everyone is crazy about the songs of Bollywood's melodious voice Palak Muchhal, but her beauty is no less than any actress. Palak, who won the hearts of fans with her lovely smile, is celebrating her 32nd birthday today (30 March). You will be surprised to know that the name of Indore-based playback singer Palak Muchhal is recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records and Limca Book of World Records. She is one of those celebrities in the industry who is always ahead to help the poor and needy people. He did many stage shows across the country and collected financial help to help children suffering from heart disease. Till now, Palak has been successful in saving the lives of at least 1400 children.

Funds raised for Kargil Hero of 1999

This is the reason why two big records are registered in his name. He has also been honored by the Government of India for his social work. Palak Muchhal has been actively participating in social work since childhood. There is also an incident related to him, after hearing which you too will be shocked. Born on 30 March 1992, Palak belongs to a middle-class family, she has been singing since the age of 4. When she was 7 years old, she sang songs from door to door and collected financial help to help Indian soldiers and their families in the Kargil war with Pakistan in 1999. Palak's family shifted to Mumbai in 2006. From here Salman Khan helped him a lot in his industry.

Song sung in 17 languages

According to media reports, Salman Khan had recommended Palak to Aditya Chopra of Yash Raj Films. Later, he sang the song 'Laapta' for 'Ek Tha Tiger'. From there he sang many superhit songs from the film 'Aashiqui 2'. You will be surprised to know that Palak had no connection whatsoever with films, but her love for music got her a big recognition in Bollywood. In Mumbai, he took training in classical, Urdu, and wine culture and improved his singing. He sang not in one or two but in 17 languages ​​– Hindi, Sanskrit, Gujarati, Oriya, Assamese, Rajasthani, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Sindhi and Malayalam.

CBSE published Palak's name as a subject in the book

You may hardly know that CBSE and Maharashtra Board have written an entire subject in the Sanskrit book dedicated to Palak Muchhal, where all the good things have been written about her. The children's book tells how he used his talent to raise money to help needy people. Now you must have known that Palak Muchhal is a name that needs no introduction. Not only this, Palak had announced on Twitter that she had also opened a hospital. This hospital will provide help to those patients undergoing heart treatment who cannot afford it.