Palek Muchhal and Javed Ali are on a Sensational Heartthobs tour, coming to Trenton, New Jersey, Andover, Massachusettes and Queens, New York. These popular playback singers continue to delight fans and excite audiences.But exactly who are they?

Javed Ali was born on 1982 in Delhi. Ali followed in his father's footsteps, Ustad Hamis Hussaid, who is a popular Qawwali singer. This enabled Ali to start singing at a very early age and it was Kalyanji-Anandji who advised him to join playback singing.

Ali began singing in Hindi movies in 2000. He debuted by singing a track from the movie Beti No.1, which at the time, did not help his career much. He sang for several movies after that and was especially noted for his rendering of the Punjabi-based track "Nagaada Nagaada" in the 2007 movie Jab We Met, alongside Sonu Nigam.

He shot to real fame in 2008 with the song "Jashn-E-Bahaara" in the magnum opus Jodhaa Akbar, which is directed by Ashutosh Gowariker and music composed by A R Rahman and also a popular song "Ek Din Teri Rahon Me" composed by Pritam for the movie Naqaab.

Palak Muchhal was born a decade later than Ali, in March of 1992 into a Maheshwari Marwari family in Indore. She began her path to singer at the age of four and has been trained in Indian Classical Music. Muchhal can impressively sing in 17 different languages. Ever since childhood, she has wanted to be a bollywood playback singer, releasing six albums during her childhood and teen years.

She sang her first Bollywood song for the October 2011 movie Damadam!, receiving generally positive reviews. Through an acquaintance, she met Salman Khan who recommended her for various gigs. She has since sang many songs for movies.

At the age of 21, she has made her entry in both Guinness Book Of World Records and Limca Book Of World Records for great achievements in social work. Her work is also recognized by the Government of India and other public institutions through various awards and honors.