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‘Age has nothing to do with success’: Pakistani musician-actor Basit Malik

Malik uses his platform to not only endorse brands via sponsorship but also to inspire people to strive and achieve their dreams.

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At the age of 18, when most teens are trying to convince their parents to allow them to attend a school trip, Basit Malik started his online carrier and today is one of the most successful musicians, models and actors in Pakistan. Malik with his continuous efforts and dedication has now established a successful career in the music industry.

Muhammad Basit Hanif, popularly known as Basit Malik is a musical artist, model and actor. The 26-year-old was born on 21 January 1996 in Karachi. 

Malik has been declared a verified musical artist and model-actor by big international companies. His songs are available on all platforms and many popular music directors, artists have inspired and greeted him over social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. 

This rising young model-actor has a thriving social media presence and a large number of following who idealize him and are inspired by his achievements. Malik uses his platform to not only endorse brands via sponsorship but also to inspire people to strive and achieve their dreams. He is passionate about music, modelling, acting along with making YouTube videos. 

“People will take my songs in such a beautiful way, I could never have imagined, the comments of the fans through social media inspire me to serve more beautiful songs. I will be able to serve more beautiful songs in the future and take the music industry of the country further,” Malik said.

Basit Malik has released his music on streaming platforms like Jiosaavan, iTunes, Tiktok, Amazon music, Hungama, Google plays music, Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Tidal and many others. 

Here are Basit Malik’s social media handles 




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