Indian singer Arijit Singh has received most awards and nominations for the song "Tum Hi Ho" in Aashiqui 2 (2013). He received 9 awards from 10 nominations for this song. Arijit lent his voice for Pritam-composed 2012 film Barfi! and Vishal-Shekhar-composed Shanghai, where the latter fetched him Mirchi Music Award for Upcoming Male Vocalist of The Year award and was nominated, in the same category for the former. 2013 was the most successful year for Singh where he received numerous praise and awards for his chartbuster song "Tum Hi Ho" in Aashiqui 2. The song fetched him, his first Filmfare, IIFA, Zee Cine and Screen Awards with several other accolades. For the song "Laal Ishq" from Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela he received a nomination at the GiMA Awards. In 2014 Singh received 2 nominations in Filmfare Awards for songs "Mast Magan" and "Suno Na Sangemarmar" respectively. He won the GiMA award for the song "Muskurane". He also received several nominations for songs like "Palat", "Humdard" and many more. This year he received his first Filmfare Awards South Nomination in the Telugu Cinema category for the song "Kanulanu Thake" from the movie Manam. He also received nomination in South Indian International Movie Awards for the song "Kanulanu Thake" 2015 was also a successful year for him. This year so many of his songs were chartbusters. In this year he received his second Filmfare Awards for the song "Sooraj Dooba Hain", he was also nominated for the song "Gerua" in the same category. He also received Guild Awards for the song "Hamari Adhuri Kahani". He also won his second Zee Cine Awards for the song "Sooraj Dooba Hain" which he shared along with Mohit Chauhan who won the award for the song "Matargasthi". He has also received Mirchi Music Awards Bangla for the second time for the song "Ke Tui Bol" from the film Herogiri.He also received Best Playback Singer Male Award in the Star Screen Awards and Filmfare Awards 2019 for the song "Ae Watan" from the film Raazi. He received his first National Film Awards for the song "Binte Dil" from Padmaavat in 2019 for Best Male Playback Singer.
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