Palak Muchhal is an Indian playback singer who works in Bollywood films and other Indian film industries as a lyricist. She is best known for lending her voice to popular songs in Bollywood films including Ek Tha Tiger (2012), Aashiqui 2 (2013), Kick (2014), 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 popular song Kaun Tujhe” from the film”M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story” rose her to prominence in the Bollywood industry.Palak Muchhal belongs to Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Palash Muchhal, her younger brother, is also a playback singer. He is known for organising several stage shows across India and abroad to collect funds to assist poor and needy children financially. These shows help with their medical treatment, especially heart diseases. Since 2000, Palak and her brother have travelled all over India and abroad for their charity shows named “Dil Se Dil Tak” (“From heart to heart”) in Hindi and “Save Little Hearts” in English.Since childhood, Palak Muchhal wanted to be a Bollywood singer. During her young days, she released 6 music albums on YouTube. A childhood picture of Palak Muchhal with her awards.At the age of four, Palak Muchhal got her breakthrough when she appeared as a child artist singer in Kalyanji-Anandji’s Indian reality singing show Little Star, a group of young singers. This show gave her an opportunity to travel across the world in her childhood.According to some media reports, from a younger age, Palak Muchhal was involved in many charitable works and used to raise funds for blind kids, victims of the 1999 Kargil War, heart patients, etc. In 1999, when the Kargil War was going on, at the age of seven, she sang various songs at shops in Indore for a week to collect funds for the families of deceased Indian soldiers. In the same year, during the Odisha cyclone, she sang songs to raise the funds for its victims. In 2007, Palak Muchhal stated in a media conversation that she liked saving a life more than playing with her friends during her childhood. She said, 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.” Palak Muchhal while singing on stage for a cause in her childhood.When Palak Muchhal was 21 years old, she registered her name in the Guinness Book of World Records and Limca Book of World Records for her social work.Reportedly, Palak Muchhal sings an average of forty songs in each of her charity shows. Her songs include Bollywood songs, Ghazals, and Bhajans. Palak Muchhal during a singing concert in 2002 (up) and 2019 (down).In 2001, during the Gujarat earthquake, Palak Muchhal raised around one million rupees for the victims of the tragedy. In July 2003, Muchhal was in the news when she financially helped the parents of a two-year-old Pakistani girl who had a hole in her heart.She is the founder of a charitable venture titled “Palak Muchhal Heart Foundation.” An overdraft of up to one million rupees was granted to Palak Muchhal Heart Foundation by the Bhandari Hospital in Indore so that the operations of children could not stop due to the shortage of money. According to media sources, in the operation theatre of her charitable unit, doctors allow her to be present during the operations as she chants Jain Navkar Mantra while wearing her own surgical gown in the operation theatre. According to Palak Muchhal, she receives a doll for every child whose life was saved through her efforts. She does not receive any money from any one of her charitable works. Palak Muchhal in operation theatres.In 2006, her life story was broadcasted by Star Gold channel as one of the five heroic stories in its “Rang De Basanti Salaam” (Salute to Color of Sacrifice) initiative.