Sonu Nigam is one of the most popular singers of Bollywood. He is a teen idol who has inspired thousands of young singers across the country. This talented singer was born in Faridabad district of Haryana on July 30th, 1973. He did his schooling from J.D. Tytler School in Delhi. Thereafter he moved to Bombay to pursue his dream of making a career in music. Given here is a short biography of Sonu Nigam. Sonu Nigam's father Agam Kumar is a renowned singer who performed on many stage shows in his prime. Sonu Nigam used to accompany his father to his shows and once gave a moving performance at the tender age of three. He sang the superhit song of Mohammed Rafi "Kya Hua Tera Wada" of the movie "Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahi". It was appreciated by all and Sonu Nigam tasted fame. He was encouraged to hone his singing though many claimed he was just a Rafi clone. He got his first break to sing for the movie Janum in the year 1990. Though the film flopped, he got noticed by the famous Gulshan Kumar. He offered Sonu to sing in the film Bewafa Sanam. The song "Accha Sila Diya" became that year's biggest hit. He shot to fame and was noticed by one and all. Sonu Nigam was poured with offers thereafter and got another great opportunity to make his mark in the form of television host for the musical talent show Sa Re Ga Ma Pa. In the year 1997, he got his biggest hit with the film "Border". His song "Sandese Aate Hain" was touted as the biggest hit of that year and he won the Zee Cine award for the song. He proved critics wrong who said he was a Rafi clone with the song "Yeh Dil" from the film "Pardes". With more and more offers pouring in and films like Taal, Pukar and Saathiya, he carved a niche for himself. Sonu Nigam has also released many pop albums namely Deewana, Jaan, Yaad, Mausam and Chanda Ki Doli, which have become major hits. He also tried his hand at acting and has done films like Jaani Dushman, Love in Nepal and Kash Aap Hamare Hote.