Armaan Mallik who has been riding high on success has got another reason to celebrate. Armaan, recently bagged the Best Playback Singer award at 65th Filmfare Awards South, for the Kannada song, Ondhu Malebillu.

On receiving his first Filmfare Award South, Armaan Malik comments, “It feels like, it was yesterday when I was holding the black lady in my hand for the RD Burman Award for Best Music Debut for the song, Main Hoon Hero Tera. And now I have won another one but this time for a Kannada Song down South. I feel ecstatic to know that people are recognising and appreciating my work not only in Bollywood but in all the other film industries in India. I would like to dedicate this award to the composer of Ondhu Malebillu Arjun Jenya without whom I would not be here receiving this award. Last but not the least, a huge thank you to all my fans in South India who keep loving me and supporting me at every step of my career.”

The young singer has previously crooned in multiple languages and has been making quite a name for himself in the South film industry. Armaan received his debut nomination in the Best Playback Singer male category for two of his songs. While, the twenty-two-year-old had sung the title song, Hello for Telugu actor Akhil Akkineni, Ondhu Malebillu, which features Kannada stars, Darshan and Deepa Sannidhi. The latter was co-sung by Armaan with Bollywood singer Shreya Ghoshal.

The 65th Filmfare Awards South, which took place in Hyderabad did not just award the best of all categories, but appreciated the makers for their outstanding work and motivated the industry to keep working better each day.