Arman Alif Bio Height Girlfriend Wiki & Family


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About Arman Alif

Arman Alif is an emerging Bangladeshi singer who draws the huge attention of media when with other cricketer sung the song in the trial room. In fact, he was an unknown face in the music arena before cricketers singing his song ‘Oporadhi’. Now, the singer is an internet sensation having a huge number of YouTube followers.


Full name: Arman Alif
Birth Date:
In 2000 [1]wikidata
Birth Place:
 Netrokona, Bangladesh
 Dhaka Commerce College
Years active: 
Height: 5 feet 5 inches
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Physical  Stats

Height: 5 feet 5 inches



Personal Life

Education: Dhaka Commerce College



Relationship & more

In personal life, Arman Alif is still unmarried. It can be surely said that he has a huge number of female fans and it is delighting matter to these fans.

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Early Life:

Arman Alif was born in 2000, in Netrokona, Bangladesh. He raised in this district and completed schooling here. Now, Alif studying at Dhaka Commerce College. His mother name is Lipi Akter who inspired him enough to be a singer. He has a brother and a sister. Alif was so much passionate about music arena from early childhood and tried to sing any son humming.

Arman Alif Career:

Arman Alif kicked off the journey in the music arena with the band ‘Chondrobindu’ in 2017. In this year, he released debut single ‘Nikotin’. Then Arman released the second song ‘Nesha’. The two songs did not get enough hype in the music arena. But he comes to the timeline when released his third song ‘Oporadhi’. The song made him overnight singer in the country and get worldwide recognition which ranked among YouTube 100 global ranking. The song already has earned more than 41 million views. He is inspired enough by Bangladeshi singer and Balam.

Money Factor


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