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Indian playback singer Benny Dayal was born on May 13,1984 in Kollam, Kerala, India. Benny was born and brought up in Abu Dhabi. He did his schooling in Abu Dhabi and completed B.Com from Madras Christian College. After doing diploma in journalism and working as event coordinator, he joined S5 band launched by the channel SS Music – A music channel for South Indian music. In June 2016, the singer married his model girlfriend Catherine Thangam.

He came to limelight in 2009 and won Max Stardust Awards for New Musical Sensation (Pappu can't dance/Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na). He becomes the most popular choice of Music director and Composer A. R. Rahman, Pritam and Harris Jayraj. His other chartbuster includes Let's Nacho, Badtameez Dil, Lat Lag Gayee - Video Edit, Punjabi Wedding Song, Uff, Besharmi Ki Height, Kaise Mujhe, Dum Dum, Unakkenna Venum Sollu, Premika, The Disco Song, Daaru Desi, Bang Bang - Video Edit, Locha-E-Ulfat, Aadat Se Majboor, Naach Meri Jaan, Tu Meri Dost Hain, If You Hold My Hand, Oru Kan Jaadai, Hum Naa Rahein Hum, Tu Hi Toh Hai, Get Ready To Fight, Adiyae Kolluthey, Choomantar, Lucky Tu Lucky Me, Darling Dambakku, O Lolona, Kabhi Ruhani Kabhi Rumani, Tamil Fever, Rehna Tu, Shake It Like Shammi, Hey Mr. DJ.

Among his Malayalam songs, he is popular for dance numbers like - "Thillana Thillana" of Teja bhai and Family, "Mangalangal" of Karyasthan and "Aaramam Nirangal" of Seniors. "Mangalangal" song was a history as it included 50 television artists in a single song in the 100thmovie of Dileep. His popular Tamil songs are - "Poongatre Poongatre" of Payya, "Omana Penne" of Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa, "Naane Indhiran" of Singham, "Balleilakka” of Sivaji, "Thikku Thikku" of Dhaam dhoom, "Theneeril Snegitham" of Subramaniyapuram, "Chinnamma Chilakkamma" of Chakkarakatti, "Neeyum Naanum" of Maina, "Yella Oorum" of Kumki, "Damakku Damakku" of Aadavan, "Thuppaki Engal Tholile" of Viswaroopam and "Adiye Kolludhae", "Yethi Yethi" of Vaaranam Aayiram.