Palak Muchhal, a girl with that wonderful voice. Actually, her voice is becoming a sensation around the town. Apart from her gorgeous looks and charming voice, here are few things you may not know about her, but you should.
Palak was born in a family with no musical background or even touch. Her mother got to know about her musical interest, and they moved to Mumbai for her to learn music properly. In Mumbai, she received proper Classical and Vocal training. She knows to sing in 17 different languages!
She was trying to raise funds, along with her brother, to help the victims and soldiers of Kargil war. She managed to raise Rs. 25,000 and helped the people affected by the Odisha cyclone and helped children with heart ailments. She was only 7 when she did all these.
You may think where did a child get these inspirations from. It started when she was a little child cleaning train compartments with her clothes.
In March 2000, she also helped a boy named Lokesh with a Congenital heart ailment, along with the help of her school. She managed to collect around Rs. 51000. But then, a cardiologist in Bangalore operated Lokesh, free of cost (humanity does exist!)
She had her own charity organization called “Palak Muchhal Heart Foundation” when she was 10. She raised about a million for the victims of 2001 Gujarat Earthquake. In 2003, she helped a girl from Pakistan with operating a hole in her heart.
Her act of bravery was broadcasted by Star-Gold channel in their show “Rang De Basanti Salaam” (Salute to a color of sacrifice). In December 2016, she finished with her 1000 heart surgery.
Not only this, she was awarded with The Babasaheb Ambedkar award in 2010 and in 2015 she made her entry in both The Guinness Book Of World Records as well as Limca Book Of World Records, for her outstanding contribution towards charity work, which actually managed to save the lives of millions.
Not only these, she’s also rocking the music industry with her voice. Take Aashiqui 2, Ek Tha Tiger, Kick, Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo as examples.
Way to go girl!
We are proud of you.